Mr. Abrams is an adjunct faculty member with the Center for Leadership in Global Sustainability (CLiGS). He received his Master's degree in International Management, Finance and International Political Economy from the Thunderbird School of Global Management. He teaches courses in Leadership, Team Performance, Conflict, Influence, Decisions, Negotiation, and Collaborative Innovation. As a CLiGS Senior Fellow, he participates in developing strategic direction and educational programming as well as providing advice on business development strategy. He has publications on group decision processes in the Journal of Military Medicine and Phytopathology. His personal research interests include the intersection of neuroscience, social psychology, and leadership.
- Team Performance
- Group Decisions