Gregory A. Dale, PhD is a Professor of Sport Psychology and Sport Ethics at Duke University as well as Director of the Sport Psychology and Leadership Programs for Duke Athletics. He earned his Bachelor of Science degree from Stephen F. Austin State University, Master of Arts from Columbia University, and doctorate from The University of Tennessee. In addition to his work with Duke athletic members, Greg consults with numerous college and professional athletes and teams and provides educational workshops for coaches, parents, and student- athletes at the middle and high school levels.
Utilizing the principles he has developed working with some of the world’s most successful coaches and athletes, Greg has provided teambuilding, performance, and leadership programming for organizations and corporations around the world. His clients include IBM, VF Corporation, The World Bank, COACH, Airports Council International, Habitat for Humanity International, Pfizer, Northwestern Mutual, Plaza Construction, and Skanska International.
As a consultant, his methods and proven strategies have been invaluable to his clients not only across the United States, but in countries such as England, India, Vietnam, Thailand, Mexico, United Arab Emirates, and Indonesia. An expert author, Greg has written five books related to leadership, coaching, parenting, and performance. Greg was showcased in the feature length documentary, WINNING, and has served as the expert in a series of educational videos.
As a speaker, Greg’s message inspires and challenges individuals from all walks of life. Corporations, associations, universities, and professional athletes around the world all benefit from Greg’s empowering message.
For information on Greg’s topics, consulting services, and availability, contact our office today at 501.626.2630.