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Stanford Graduate School of Business
Lecturer in Management

Collins is a Lecturer in Management and Leadership Coach at Stanford University Graduate of Business School. He teaches Leadership Labs, serves as a Leadership Coach and Senior Facilitator and in a range of leadership courses, including Arbuckle Leadership Fellows, Paths-to-Power, Interpersonal Dynamics, as well as several Executive Education Programs including Interpersonal Dynamics for High Performance Executives. Collins also serves as part of the Training Faculty for the Interpersonal Dynamics Facilitator Training Program (IDFTP). In addition, Collins teaches Leadership in the Stanford Institute for Innovation in Developing Economies (Seed) Transformation Program for high potential leaders in East and West Africa.

Collins has over 20 years of experience as an educator, executive coach and organization consultant, working with scores of executives and leadership teams to help them assess and modify their leadership behaviors in service of achieving their operational targets and professional growth goals. Collins’ particular passion for understanding diverse leadership styles and cultures has enabled him to design and teach leadership courses and consultant in both commercial and non-profit organizations in 18 countries around the globe.

Collins is currently a member of National Training Laboratories Institute (NTL), National Black MBA Association and the National INROADS Alumni Association. Collins earned an MBA and Bachelor of Science degree in Management & International Business from Duquesne University. 

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