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Richard Grant

Richard Grant

Consultant

  • PhD, University of Texas at Austin, 1973

Richard D. Grant, Jr. received his PhD in 1973 from The University of Texas at Austin. He has taught at Auburn and Texas A&M Universities, and since 1977, has been a counseling/consulting psychologist in Austin, Texas. He has authored four books, most recently Recovering Connections, with Andrea Miller.

Dr. Grant has provided training for corporations and government agencies for over 15 years, and has been a frequent presenter for the executive business programs at The University of Texas, Texas Christian University, Texas State University, and the Texas Governor's Executive Development Program. He is presently a lecturer in Consumer Behavior at the McCombs School of Business. His private clients have included The Gartner Group, Perot Systems, IBM, 3M, SEMATECH, Applied Materials and several other technical firms.

In 1993, Dr. Grant was the was the first recipient of the prestigious national award for Innovations in Training and Education from the Association for Psychological Type, recognizing his contributions in applying psychological type concepts to business.