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Larry D. Frazier


Larry D. Frazier is a senior leadership consultant. He received his Ph.D. in Leadership and Organizational Change from Walden University School of Management and Technology. He is adjunct faculty in the MBA program at the University of Maryland Global Campus, teaching leading organizations and people. He works with the Center for Leadership and Development (CLM), serves as a lead facilitator for Executive Survival Skills and Executive Potential Program where he trains senior leaders from federal and local government agencies.

He is particularly interested in the practice of leadership and performance of teams, and his research has focused primarily on understanding the complex relationship between neuro-leadership, team dynamics, and performance. This includes not only how mindfulness practices can affect team dynamics, but also how team dynamics can affect team design. His research is particularly relevant to self-managing and autonomous teams. Through his personal experience and doctoral research, he has placed significant emphasis on the importance of learning and practicing the art of leadership. He is an Honors Graduate from the Institute for Ethnic Studies and Race Relations.

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