RJ Graham, PhD, is adjunct professor, University of Denver, and president of Dynamic Transitions. Graham specializes in leadership development, executive coaching, teamwork, organizational communication, conflict management, and optimizing human resource potential. She has provided program design, facilitation, and keynote addresses for over 60 organizations, including international corporations, small businesses, family-owned and operated firms, and not-for-profit foundations, as well as elements of the public sector.Graham has a work history in leadership positions for Fortune 500 companies and in applied psychology. Her experience as an independent corporate consultant extends over twenty years, with extensive experience working with transportation, telecommunications, banking services, and consulting services industries. She has taught for the University of Denver since 1987, where she continues her work as an adjunct professor. Graham received a BA in psychology from Dana College in Blair, Nebraska; an MBA from the University of Denver's Executive Program; and a PhD in psychology from the University of Denver. She is a licensed psychologist and credentialed neuropsychologist. Graham has co-authored articles and conference papers on teamwork and effective leadership behaviors. Her current research is in applying knowledge of the brain to enhance one's leadership skills.