Michael E. Frisina is founder and president of The Frisina Group and The Center for Influential Leadership. He is responsible for teaching, publishing, and speaking on the current trends in organizational performance. Dr. Frisina is a retired career officer the United States Army Medical department serving in a variety of leadership positions of increasing responsibility.
Dr. Frisina's professional faculty positions include The United States Military Academy at West Point, New York; The Uniformed Services University of Health Sciences and School of Medicine, Bethesda, Maryland; The Academy of Health Sciences, San Antonio, Texas, and Chairman, Health Administration Advisory Council, American Public University/American Military University. (Current).
Dr. Frisina has authored over 50 papers and published articles on leadership and organizational effectiveness. He is a contributing author to The Borden Institute's highly acclaimed textbook series on military medicine. He also is the author of
Influential Leadership – Change Your Behavior, Change Your Organization, Change Health Care (Health Forum, American Hospital Association Press, May 2011) and
Leading Yourself to a Higher Level of Performance (Center for Influential Leadership, July 2014).
Dr. Frisina is a Visiting Scholar at The Hastings Center in New York, a Visiting Fellow in Medical Humanities at The Medical College of Pennsylvania, a John C. Maxwell Top 100 Transformational Leaders for 2018 and 2019 and a two time Educational Grant Awardee for the American College of Healthcare Executives. And he serves as Chairman of the Health Administration Advisory Council for the American Public University/American Military University.