Andrew Rahaman
Leadership Development, Team Facilitation, Organizational Change and Diagnosis, Action Learning American University
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About Me

With over 25 years working nationally and internationally in diverse leadership positions building teams and overseeing geographically dispersed programs in Leadership Development, Business Continuity, and Human Resources, Andrew  has authored and spoken at conferences on Organizational Culture and Performance, Employee Engagement, Action Learning, & Changing Paradigms of Leadership

Andrew works works with public and private clients. He is a faculty member at American University, School of Public Affairs and the Executive Development Program where he teaches and facilitates leadership / organizational development topics. He was also an adjunct staff member at the Center for Creative Leadership (CCL) facilitating leadership development, change management strategy, and team development in the US & abroad.

Andrew works with senior team leaders as an executive coach, transitions new leaders into their roles and develops leadership programs, such as Senior Leader On-Boarding, Leaders as Coaches; Moving Your Team to the Next Level; Working Across Boundaries & Critical Networks & others to develop leaders as they on-board or assume new roles. Andrew uses a variety of assessments to onboard/transition new leaders. Andrew is an ICF certified executive leadership - attending Georgetown's ICF program in 2010 and through CCL. He is certified in Resilient Leadership Coaching. He believes best-in-class organizations require leadership capabilities that support its strategic plan and his proactive, goal oriented approach focuses on high performance leaders to develop a strategic leadership point of view that aligns with the organizations imperatives, culture, organizational design and talent needs to foster direction, alignment and commitment across the organization.

Andrew certifications include: ICF Coaching, Resilient Leadership, Senior Professional Human Resources (SPHR), Global Professional Human Resources (GPHR) and Senior Action Learning Coach (WIAL), Leadership Circle, Hogan

(EdD) Doctor of Education - 2013

Leadership Studies

George Washington University

(MS) Master of Science - 1988

Environmental Science

The University of Texas at Dallas

Teaching History
Leadership Development, Team Facilitation, Organizational Change and Diagnosis, Action Learning
American University

Jan 2014 - Nov 2021

Teaches and facilitates graduate level courses, and executive education for senior working professionals in the areas of Leadership, Teams, Organizational Diagnosis and Change, Action Learning

Areas of Specialization
Leadership Coaching Leadership Development Organizational Learning Strategy Team Facilitation Culture Transformation Action Learning

Fields of Study
Leadership Development Leadership Coaching Organizational Learning Stragegy Culture Transformation

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