Marilyn Haight's multi-faceted career includes positions as corporate manager and director; management trainer; organization development consultant; behavioral-science researcher; entrepreneur; business writer; and adult educator - having taught adults in workplace settings, as well as in a college business-degree program.
Marilyn has authored four books that help business professionals gain a career advantage: “Who’s Afraid Of The Big, Bad Boss? How To Survive 13 Types” (also available by the chapter), “Most Trusted Leader: How Employees Judge Leadership”, “The Instruction Writer’s Guide: How To Explain How To Do Anything!” (education/training/technical writing), and "Greeting Card Verses For Nontraditional Situations and Relationships" (diversity/multi-cultural awareness). Non Business-related books are listed at MarilynHaight.info.
Educational achievements include a BS in Business Administration at Thomas Edison College in Trenton, NJ; an MS in Organization Development at American University in Washington, D.C. and NTL Institute in Arlington, VA; and an MA in Human Development at Fielding Graduate University in Santa Barbara, CA.
Marilyn lives in Arizona, with her husband, Arnold, a retired high-school English teacher, and Cameo, their Italian Greyhound, who decides when it’s time to turn off the computer and play catch.
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