Steven Soares

Organizational Psychologist. Lecturer

http://www.stevensoares.com

Steven is a Lecturer at Northeastern University, College of Professional Studies, teaching in various disciplines, including courses related to leadership and creating high-performing organizations. 

Steven has 20 years of leadership experience, with extensive experience in strategic planning, process improvement, and value-added analysis that drives profitability and enhancing operating efficiencies. 

Steven holds a BS in Management and an MS in Corporate & Organizational Communication from Northeastern University, College of Professional Studies. He continues his doctoral work in psychology with an emphasis in organizational psychology. Steven also enjoys endurance running and obstacle courses. 

His current research focus is examining human behavior and attributes associated with well-being for understanding and enhancing motivation and mental health. Steven is also interested in self-determination within the field of positive psychology, working to explain optimal motivation through a host of positive outcomes, including resilience, performance, and well-being.

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Enhancing Creativity through Supportive Communication

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Taking the Leap in Leadership by Perspective Taking
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Perspective Taking in Leadership

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Empathy; and its vital role in being a leader.
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A Strategy for Empathy in Leadership

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Leading with Vulnerability
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Leading with Vulnerability

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Coaching with Compassion

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A Strategy for Leadership Development in the New Year

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