Brett A. Hodge

Brett Hodge Brett A. Hodge is an adjunct faculty member of the Executive Education Program at the Indiana University School of Public and Environmental Affairs. He is the president and chief consultant of Organizational Effectiveness Consulting Inc., located in Beanblossom, Ind. He is also an adjunct consultant for the Professional Development at IU Bloomington's Outdoor Leadership Center at Bradford Woods. Brett was with Business Resource Group for five years after moving to Indiana from Seattle. While in Seattle, he worked in the social work Department of a private hospital as well as at the Luther Child Center in Everett, Wash. Brett was a specialist in-group dynamics and developed several programs around the group model.

Since moving to the Brown County area, Brett has been involved with several programs addressing the needs of business and industry and has become an expert in the field of human dynamics and the use of experiential training and development. For three years prior to founding Organizational Effectiveness Consulting, Inc. in 1993, Brett was a primary consultant for SOLUTIONS employee assistance program, which serves employee assistance needs for many companies in the southern Indiana area.

Brett is also a Certified Facilitator of the training in Stephen Covey's book "Seven Habits of Highly Effective People" and Covey's 4 Roles of Leadership process. Brett has more than 12 years experience working in organizational development with emphasis on professional coaching, team development, managing high performance teams, strategic planning, skill development and leadership development. Brett holds an undergraduate degree in social work as well as a master's degree in social work from Indiana University, with an emphasis on human efficacy and group dynamics. Brett has worked with many organizations, including Astrazeneca, Cummins Engine Company, Rock Tenn Company, General Motors, Delta Faucet, RCI, as well as several churches, retail business, social service agencies and schools.