Rob KramerSince 1998, Rob has provided executive coaching, consulting and business training for a variety of organizations in the United States and internationally. He has served as the founding director the Center for Leadership & Organizational Excellence at NC A&T State University, the first of its kind in the southeast United States, and the director of Training & Development at the University of North Carolina, overseeing management, supervisory and leadership development curriculum for the University's 12,000 faculty and staff. Recognizing the critical need for succession planning and emerging leadership development, his forthcoming book, “The New Supervisor’s Survival Guide,” provides practical and easily digestible strategies for new managers at any level. Rob is an adjunct faculty member for the Federal Executive Institute, the premiere executive leadership training facility for the Federal government, where he teaches in both the residential and customized programs.
Rob received his B.A. in Psychology from the University of Delaware, his Masters degree from the University of North Carolina, and completed certification in Organizational Development through UNC-Charlotte. Rob is a seasoned practitioner in meditation, yoga, cycling, performing art, healthy cooking and work/life balance.