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Don Grayson,Ph D
Executive success is defined in a variety of ways. Our clients indicate that they feel most successful when they are performing in an environment that is best suited to their experience, skills and interests, are achieving record breaking results, see growth and improvement all around and are rewarded personally, financially and through recognition. How successful are you and how successful do you want to be? Dr. Don Grayson has helped hundreds of executives answer these questions in a confidential, constructive and enlightening manner.

Perhaps you are wondering if your leadership style has hampered career growth. Possibly you are experiencing challenging organizational & interpersonal situations that could benefit from an experienced sounding board. Maybe you are questioning whether your aptitudes and personality are better suited to a different career. For 26 years, Don has worked exclusively with executives and their organizations to achieve optimal success. He obtained his Ph D in Counseling Psychology, from the University of Utah and has been a licensed psychologist in California since 1982.

From 1981 to 1987 he worked for the consulting firm, RHR International, Inc. In 1987, Don established his own consulting practice. With a solid foundation as a psychologist and 26 years of business experience he fully understands Executive behavior within the context of a Corporation and works closely with clients in the delivery of the following consulting services:

  • Psychological assessments outlining an individual’s strengths, weaknesses, motivations, and fit with a job or organization.
  • Development of management talent through coaching, training and 360 degree feedback assessment.
  • Executive Leadership Team Meeting facilitation
  • Executive Team building.
  • Organizational and management studies
Since 1998, Don has been President of PsyPro Corporation, a firm of psychologists that develops computer generated reports of personality for use in the workplace. He has taught at the Marshall Goldsmith School of Management, Alliant International University. Prior to his consulting career he directed the career counseling services at the University of Tennessee.
Co-author of a chapter in Goldsmith, M., Lyons, L., & Freas, A. (Eds.) (2000). Coaching for Leadership – How the World’s Greatest Coaches Help Leaders Learn. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass/Pfeiffer. The chapter was cited in Coaching and Mentoring: How to Develop Top Talent and Achieve Stronger Performance in the Harvard Business Essentials, Harvard Business School Press (9/04). Grayson, D. (2005). Role for practitioners in training new consultants. Consulting Psychology Journal, 57, Summer, 2005.

Co-author of the Professional Development Report, a computer generated report of personality for use in workplace settings and the Couples Compatibility Report, a computer generated report that compares the personalities of two individuals. Published by Psychological Assessments Resources, Inc.
Grayson, D. (2005). The discipline of market leaders: Lessons learned from bed and breakfast owners about consulting. Presented at Society of Consulting Psychology Mid-Winter Conference.
Grayson, D. (2005). Assessment center participants as evaluators. Poster presented at Society for Industrial/Organizational Psychology Annual Conference.
Grayson, D. and Thornton, K. (2005). Coaching? Therapy? Does it matter? Presented at Alliant Leadership Institute Annual Conference


BA in Psychology, University of Massachusetts
MS, Ph D in Counseling Psychology, University of Utah
Licensed psychologist in California since 1982