Geraldine Markel, Ph.D.
Creator of Managing Your Mind coaching programs and seminars, Geri Markel, Ph.D. is an educational psychologist specializing in learning and performance. At the University of Michigan, Geri served as faculty in the School of Education, director of Adult and Adolescent Services at the Reading and Learning Center, seminar leader of the Instructional Design Workshop at the Executive Education Center, School of Business, and consultant at the School of Dentistry. She has special expertise in helping adults and adolescents with ADD and learning disabilities.
Co-author of several books applying behavioral research to productivity, Geri now works as a performance coach, speaker, and consultant in business, industry, healthcare, and education. Her client list includes Pfizer, Ford Motor Company, Domino’s Pizza, University of Michigan School of Dentistry, Michigan State University School of Osteopathy, General Television Network, and AT&T, among others.
Markel, G. (2007) Defeating the 8 Demons of Distraction: Proven Strategies to Increase Productivity and Decrease Stress. Ann Arbor, MI: Managing Your Mind, LLC.
Markel, G. (2007) Mem-Cards for Defeating the Demons of Distraction. North Palm Beach, FL: Mem-Cards Corporation.
Bizer, L. and Markel, G. (2007) Parent's Guide to the SAT and ACT: Practical Advice to Help You and Your Teen. (3 CD package with Insert of Tips) Ann Arbor, MI: Managing Your Mind, LLC.
Markel, G. (September, 2006) 10 Tips to Help You Avoid Networking Nightmares. National Speakers Association: NSA Michigan Newsletter.
Markel, G. (2006) Defeating the Demons of Distraction: 111 Tips to Increase Work/Life Performance and Decrease Stress. 16 page Booklet. Ann Arbor, MI: Managing Your Mind.
Greenbaum, J. and Markel, G. (2005) Finding Your Focus: Practical Strategies for the Everyday Challenges Facing Adults with ADD. New York: McGraw-Hill Companies.
Markel, G. (2005) Managing Your Memory (CD) Ann Arbor, MI: Managing Your Mind, LLC.
Bizer, L. and Markel, G. (2005) Peterson's Parent’s Guide to the SAT and ACT. Lawrenceville, New York: Thomson Peterson.
Markel, G. (2005) Breakthroughs in Work/life Balance: A Systems Approach. In The Better Bottom Line: Skills and Strategies to Develop Your Business. Bloomfield Hills, MI: National Speakers Association of Michigan.
Markel, G. (2000). Using a Human Performance System Model to Balance Professional and Personal Life. Performance Improvement. 39, 3, 36-42.
Greenbaum, J. & Markel, G. (2001) Helping Adolescents with ADHD and Learning Disabilities Ready-to-Use Tips, Techniques, and Strategies for School Success. Paramus, NJ: Prentice-Hall.
Markel, G., & Greenbaum, J. (1997). Performance Breakthroughs for Adolescents with Learning Disabilities or ADD How to Help Students Succeed in the Regular Classroom. Champaign, IL: Research Press.
Markel, G. (1993). Problem-Solving Strategies: Training Module and Leader's Guide. Ann Arbor, MI: U Train.