Dr. Tommy Shavers is president of Shavers Consulting. He is an NFL/NCAA behavior and performance consultant for coaches, players, and support personnel in the areas sports culture, athlete behavior, and high performance. Dr. Shavers collaborates with some of the world's leading experts in the areas of cognition, neuroplasticity, sports, and behavior to address the issues of neurocognitive health, behavior, and performance of athletes. Dr. Shavers holds a B.A. in Organizational Communication, M.A. in Interpersonal Communication, M.A. in Biblical Studies, and a Doctorate of Management in Organizational Leadership. He is Co-founder of the Positive Organizational Behavior Institute, leadership chair for the Institute for Personal Player Development, a member of the NeuroLeadership Institute and Greater Good Science Center.
Dr. Shavers has authored four books including The Next CEO: A Leadership Parable, and Man Made Man. He is the creator of the Human Behavior and Performance Infrastructure(HBPI)™, Power Tolerance Theory™, P Factor™ Program, and the Hi-R Cognitive Performance Model/Cycle™. Dr. Shavers has been a radio and TV guest expert, as well as a conference keynote and presenter on sports culture, behavior, and teamwork. He consults with college and professional sports organizations on behavior and performance and has published works in the areas of status, power, and athlete behavior. He collaborates with some of the world's leading experts in the areas of cognition, neuroplasticity, sports, and behavior to address the issues of cognitive and behavioral health for athletes and other high profile individuals.
He is a USA Track & Field Level 1 Certified Coach, a previous member of the National Speakers Association (NSA) and a member Delta Mu Delta National Business Honor Society. Dr. Shavers has a passion for leadership, personal development, and human behavior and loves to see people sustain personal integrity in their lives while pursuing their goals.
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