Dr. Levick has over 25 years of experience in training, professional coaching, and consulting. As a psychologist, he has spent many of his clinical years in private practice. In 1987, he began to transfer his clinical expertise into the field of business management.
For the past 20 years Dr. Levick has coached managers and executives in a variety of industries in the area of personal and professional productivity, change management and interpersonal skills. He has coached many executives in their transition from the world of management into the world of leadership.
He has developed many award winning leadership training programs and workshops that are being used by Fortune 500 organizations nationwide. Some of his clients include Chrysler, GM, Daimler, Monroe Bank & Trust, MGM Detroit Grand Casino, X-Ray Industries, and many other Fortune 500 companies.
As an executive coach, Dr. Levick is a firm believer in the value of coaching. “With high impact effective coaching, people are able to remove some of the blinders to see what is possible. Coaching can help executives and leaders to discover their core habits that are working and those that are not; only then can they reach their highest potential.”
Dr. Levick has written and lectured extensively in the area of the psychology of leadership. As a professional and key-note speaker, he lectures on a variety of business and health related issues around the country. Dr. Levick was a regular guest for 15 years on a local ABC-TV talk show, Kelly & Company. Currently, he serves as a local expert for a NBC and an ABC affiliate television station in the Detroit area.
Dr. Levick served on the Executive Board for the American Heart Association where he collaborated in the development of several health-related programs and continues to be a consultant. Dr. Levick is the founder of the Center for Childhood Weight Management, a unique pediatric obesity program. He is an Adjunct Professor at Lawrence Technological University and South University. Dr. Levick is also the author of two books and numerous professional articles; and is the Associate Publisher of a national magazine Customer Care News.
He received his Bachelor of Science (1973), Master of Social Work (1976), and Doctorate in Counseling (1992) from Wayne State University in Detroit. He currently lives with his family in Farmington Hills Michigan.