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Byron Stock
President, Byron Stock & Associates LLC

Premium Author Byron Stock

Saint Joseph, Michigan, USA

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“I’m only here to be truly helpful…” A Course in Miracles

“Do, or do not. There is no ‘try’” Yoda The Empire Strikes Back

Brief biography:

Byron Stock has taught applied Emotional Intelligence skill-building techniques to people in business, government and non-profits for 13 years. He pioneered a model for Emotional Intelligence skill-building that combines classroom training with personalized coaching and has delivered over 50 workshops as well as over 200 interactive presentations. Byron has 25 years of experience in human performance improvement and leadership development. He has held positions in Manufacturing Engineering, Design Engineering, Research and Engineering, Human Resources, Corporate Education, and Management and Leadership Development in Fortune 500 corporations. With a B.S. in Industrial Engineering from Purdue University and an MBA from Xavier University, Byron is the President of Byron Stock & Associates LLC, a firm specializing in applied emotional Intelligence skill-building training and coaching.


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