Alandria G. Saifer

Ph.D.

Personal Homepage
http://saifercoaching.com
Employer
Self (http://saifercoaching.com)
Email


Dr. Alandria Saifer is an organization and individual development specialist with expertise in the areas of management and executive coaching, organizational effectiveness and change, team learning and individual assessment and feedback.

During her sixteen years as a management consultant, Alandria has worked with individual clients ranging from hourly employees to CEOs and Presidents of corporations as well as corporate clients ranging from Fortune 500 organizations in multinational settings to government organizations.

In addition to her coaching experience, Alandria is also an accomplished presenter and trainer. She has worked with groups ranging in size from five to 120 people; ranging in hierarchy from line employees to senior executives.

Alandria has published numerous papers in the areas of stress, organizational change and ergonomics. She has also been an active member of the Society of Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Organization Development Network, American Psychological Association, American Academy of Forensic Sciences and The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society.

Alandria received her Ph.D. in Industrial and Organizational Psychology from the California School of Professional Psychology in San Diego and completed her undergraduate work at Mount Holyoke College in Massachusetts.

Publication Statistics

Publication period start
1994
Publication period end
1995
Number of co-authors
5

Co-authors
Number of publications with favourite co-authors

Productive Colleagues
Most productive colleagues in number of publications

Publications

Saifer, Alandria G., VanderWielen, Jeffery J., Nebeker, Delbert M. (1995): Organizational Change, Stress, and Job Satisfaction: Three Empirically Derived Models. In: Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 39th Annual Meeting , 1995, . pp. 859-863.

Vredenburgh, Alison G., Saifer, Alandria G., Cohen, Harvey H. (1995): You are going to do what with that thing?. In Ergonomics in Design, 0 (0) pp. 16-20.

Vredenburgh, Alison G., Plourd, S., Saifer, Alandria G., Cohen, Harvey H. (1994): Collision Causation: Time Attention is Directed Away from Traffic in Front of a Vehicle Wh. In: Proceedings of the International Ergonomics Association Congress , 1994, Toronto, Canada. pp. 252-254.

Saifer, Alandria G. (1995). The Role of the Expert Witness in Contentious Situations. Retrieved 0000-00-00 00:00:00 from