Mr. Ethan S. Sanders is a Senior Fellow in ICF’s Organizational Research, Learning, and Performance Division. In this role he serves as a thought-leader in the practice of Strategic Planning, Leadership Development, and Human Performance Improvement. He has provided consulting services to clients in the public, non-profit, military, and private sectors for over 20 years. Prior to joining ICF Mr. Sanders was president and CEO of Sundial Learning Systems and Director of Organizational Development for the US Navy’s Human Performance Center. Prior to these positions, Mr. Sanders was manager of instructional design for the Association for Talent Development (ATD, formerly ASTD). While at ATD, he led the research and writing of two major competency studies, and redesigned several of ATD’s courses. Before joining ATD, he has a senior instructional designer of management development courses in the banking industry and a training manager in the transportation industry. He is the co-author of
Handbook for Workplace Learning,
Models for Learning Technologies,
Models for Workplace Learning and Performance,
Performance Intervention Maps: 36 Strategies for Solving Your Organization’s Problems,
HPI Essential, ASTD Distance Learning Yearbook, and the ATD course “Human Performance Improvement in the Workplace.” Mr. Sanders teaches several of ASTD’s courses offered through public and corporate seminars, and is an Associate Professor for the University of Maryland. He holds a master’s degree in applied behavior science from Johns Hopkins University.