Andrew E. Schwartz

Professional Trainer, Facilitator and Speaker

Andrew E. Schwartz has been designing, developing and delivering management and leadership programs since 1982. He is founder and CEO of A.E. Schwartz & Associates; a comprehensive management training and leadership development organization offering over 40 skill-based programs and assorted consulting services.

No stranger to the media, Andrew has authored dozens of books, products, and articles, has appeared on numerous radio shows, and is frequently quoted in magazines and newspapers such as The Wall Street Journal, Entrepreneur Magazine, and The Boston Business Journal.

As a trainer and facilitator, Andrew conducts an average of 150 programs annually. He is hired to lead conferences and company meetings for a wide variety of industries worldwide, such as research, technology, government, Fortune 100/500 companies, and nonprofit organizations. Specializing in management skills and techniques, Andrew offers his trademarked program, The School for Managers tailored to specific clients and time constraints, ranging from shorter, hour-long or half-day topic-specific sessions, to an entire series spanning several days. Additional stand-alone related programs and advanced management courses are among his numerous offerings.

Books/Workbook and Manuals Highlights:

The School For Managers; Delegating Authority (Barron's); Performance Management (Barron's); Making Dynamic Presentations (Whole Person); Communication; Goal Setting; Delegating for Results; Time/Self Management; Creative Problem Solving (2nd Ed.) workbook/audio series (AMA). Upcoming titles include a Training for Trainers Handbook and Time Management using Technology.

Currently pending with Pfeiffer Publishing (imprints of John Wiley & Sons), A Training for Trainers Handbook; and in development, Time/Self Management using Technology. Andrew's works have been published by Barron's Educations Services, Random House, HRD Press and hundreds of other companies with a wide range of industries/functions/audiences.