Tim Franz Meaningful Partnership at Work
Interview with Professor Tim Franz about Meaningful Partnership at Work
Hi, and welcome to the show!
On today’s My Future Business Show I have the pleasure of welcoming to the show, owner of Franz Consulting Dr. Tim Franz to talk about meaningful workplace partnerships, and to take a deep dive into his book titled Meaningful Partnership at Work, along with the practical steps you can take to establish constructive partnerships in your organization.
Tim received his Doctorate in Social/Organizational Psychology from the University of Illinois at Chicago and his Master’s degree in Psychology from the University at Buffalo. When he’s not working, Tim spends time cycling, hiking, paddling and skiing. Tim’s also an active member of the National Ski Patrol and Mountain Bike Patrol.
Tim is an Industrial-Organizational Psychologist. He is a Professor of Psychology at St. John Fisher College, Chair of the Department, as well as past program Director and Chair of the graduate Organizational Learning/human Resource Development Department. In addition to his academic work, Timothy also works as an independent organizational consultant.
Tim specializes in small team decision making, improving team performance, and using teams to drive organizational change. Some of his ideas about improving teams can be found in his three books. Group Dynamics and Team Interventions. Making Team Projects Work, Meaningful Partnership at Work, and Making Team Projects Work for Students.
During this content-rich call, Tim introduces the workplace covenant which he and his colleague Seth R. Silver created, that ensures mutual accountability and success between leaders and teams.
To learn more about establishing meaningful workplace partnerships, to buy the book ‘Meaningful Partnership at Work’ or to contact Tim directly, click the link below.
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