Dr. Moskal, an architect of organization-wide change for over 35 years, specializes in Leadership Coaching, focusing on helping leaders manage change by modifying individual behavior and creating extraordinary teams. Bill, most recently, was the managing partner with IRI Consultants to Management for fifteen years responsible for the Organization Development division. From 1979 to 1986, he was Corporate Director of Organization Development with Henry Ford Health System. He also served as Assistant Superintendent for the Peaceful Integration Project with the Archdiocesan Schools in Detroit, Michigan, an Associate Professor at Oakland University, and an Adjunct with Seaton Hall University and International College of Naples (Hodges University).
Bill has been a Senior Faculty member with the American College of Healthcare Executives since 1984. His seminars have focused on Team Building, Executive Leadership and Communication, Self Managing Work Teams, and Employee Engagement. His current ACHE offering is: “Managing Power, Influence and Politics in Organizations.”
Bill’s educational credentials include a doctorate (Ed.D.) in Organization and Curriculum Development, an Education Specialist degree (Ed.S.) in Administration, and an undergraduate degree in Psychology (B.A.) from Wayne State University. He received his Masters in Educational Psychology (M.Ed.) from Marygrove College.