Dr. Evelyn Hendrix

Dr. Evelyn Hendrix is a dynamic consultant in employee development, management development, and organizational development. For  fifteen years she has provided expertise to Fortune 500 companies (Ameritech, Amoco Corp., Eaton Corp., and Singer Corp.), federal government agencies (Environmental Protection Agency, Federal Aviation Administration),  and growing businesses. She has served as Area Manager for the Employers' Association providing human resource management services as needed to over thirty companies in the Midwest states. She has shared her expertise  in both product and service industries at individual locations, division level, headquarters, and nationwide.

Dr. Hendrix  has a Bachelor of Science  degree from the University of Wisconsin- Milwaukee, a Master's degree in industrial psychology from George Mason University of Virginia, and a Doctoral degree in applied organizational  psychology for industry, also from  George Mason University. She has taught business and psychology courses for Louis University and George Mason University. She is certified in Zenger-Miller curriculum, DDI's  Targeted Selection, and PDI's Profiler  360-degree feedback tools. She has earned the Senior Professional in Human Resources certification from the Society of Human Resources Management (SHRM). 

Dr. Hendrix has developed (and/or taught) over twenty different training programs including:

  • Courage & Commitment for Strategic Change
  • We Count on You: Guidelines for Teamwork
  • Driving Your Career (for employees)
  • Hiring the Best Talent Available
  • Coaching and Feedback
  • Leadership for Managers
  • Improving Employee Morale
  • Building a Winning Team
  • Career Development (for managers)
  • New Ways to Manage Employee Performance
  • Mentoring. . The Benefit to You
  • Executive Leadership


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