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Len Wysocki, Ph.D.

Len Wysocki is a full-time faculty member for the Masters in Industrial Organizational Psychology Graduate Program and a licensed consulting psychologist. His expertise includes emotional intelligence in research and measurement as well as corporate executive coaching. He is also principal of Len Wysocki & Associates LLC, a private clinical and corporate practice focused on a cognitive behavioral approach to interpersonal and job enrichment.


Professor, Industrial/Organizational Psychology
Licensed Psychologist

Educational Background:

Ph.D. Counseling/Industrial Organizational Psychology, University of Connecticut
M.A. Vocational Psychology, University of Connecticut
B.A. Pre Law, University of Connecticut

Summary of Expertise:

  • corporate training and development
  • executive coaching and career development
  • cognitive behavioral therapy

Current or Recent Research:

Wysocki is currently researching the impact of emotional intelligence in the workplace, specifically within a management/executive population.  His area of focus has been within Fortune 500 organizations as well as non-profit organizations.

Books or Significant Articles Published:

  •  "Emotional Intelligence Correlates Within an Executive MBA Population," University of Connecticut, 2005
  • "Development of Sociotechnical Teams Within a Manufacturing Environment," University of North Texas Conference on Quality Initiatives, 1992


  • "Giving Courageous Feedback," American Psychological Association Annual Conference, 2008

Current or Recent Professional Memberships, Activities or Awards:

  • American Psychological Association
  • Board certified psychologist of the State of Connecticut
  • Connecticut Bar Association
  • Society of Industrial Organizational Psychology
  • APA Division 13 Consulting Psychologists
  • Co-Chair of Connecticut Psychology Association Psychologically Healthy Workplace Committee

Specific Subjects or Issues Faculty Expert Can Knowledgeably Discuss:

  • executive development
  • senior corporate executive coaching
  • training and development towards quality teams
  • instrumentation used for team and individual assessment
  • cognitive behavioral approaches to leadership training