April 1st, 2006 10:21 EST
Judy Piazza chats with Gene Griessman, Ph.D., Internationally-known author
Gene Griessman, Ph.D., is an internationally-known author and professional speaker on high achievers and peak performance, time management, and trends in society.
He has conducted exclusive interviews with many of this century's most celebrated people, including U.S. presidents, famous entertainers, sports figures, artists, and political and business leaders.
He often appears on TV and radio, and his award-winning presentations have aired on CNN and on TBS. Griessman is the author of The Achievement Factors (winner of the 1991 Benjamin Franklin Award) and six other books and research monographs, plus articles for newspapers and magazines in the United States and abroad.
He has written a one-man play on Abraham Lincoln. As Lincoln, Griessman has performed twice at historic Ford's Theatre, at the Lincoln Memorial, and at numerous conventions, annual meetings, schools and universities.
Griessman has taught at the College of William and Mary, North Carolina State University, Auburn University, Tuskegee University, Georgia Tech, and at the University of Islamabad in Pakistan, where he was a Fulbright professor. He has been a visiting researcher in Peru and Australia.
He is past president of the Georgia Chapter of the National Speakers Association, and is a fellow of the American Anthropological Association.
If you are interested in a Lincoln portrayal for your organization or more information about Lincoln and other high-achievers, contact: Griessman & Associates, Inc.
Tel: 310-230-8971, or 800-749-GOAL(4625).
Or visit the Achievement Webpage: