Dr. Nancy Post is an expert in the areas of strategic planning, organizational development and energy management. As a consultant, she has advised large and small companies on the benefits of strategic development, organization and leadership training, with a client list that includes Kaiser Permanente, General Motors, BellSouth Wireless, and the states of Vermont, Delaware and Massachusetts. She has held a variety of teaching positions at Temple University, the Wharton School of Business, the University of Pennsylvania and, most recently, the Keller School of Management in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Dr. Post graduated cum laude from the University of Pennsylvania in 1979, with degrees in economics and psychology. She then attended the Traditional Acupuncture Institute (now TAI Sophia Institute) in Columbia, Maryland and received her master's degree in acupuncture in 1984. In 1994, she earned a PhD in organizational behavior from Union Institute in Cincinnati, Ohio. Dr. Post still maintains a busy Chinese medicine practice in Philadelphia. For more information on Dr. Post and how to contact her with any questions, visit www.NancyPost.com.

Previous Articles

Lime Jello on Morphine
Why Chinese Medicine is a Superb Choice for Post-Operative Recovery
November, 2014 (Vol. 15, Issue 11)
A Thousand Insults and A Lot of Pride
August, 2013 (Vol. 14, Issue 08)
Healing Leaders
June, 2013 (Vol. 14, Issue 06)
Save the Economy: Use Chinese Medicine
September, 2012 (Vol. 13, Issue 09)
How Chinese Medicine Can Save Western Medicine
March, 2012 (Vol. 13, Issue 03)
Enjoying The Militant Silence
December, 2011 (Vol. 12, Issue 12)
An Ancient Chinese Model of Change for The Modern World
June, 2011 (Vol. 12, Issue 06)
Sustaining Energy at Work
March, 2011 (Vol. 12, Issue 03)
Improved With Age
December, 2010 (Vol. 11, Issue 12)
Corporate Clutter
September, 2010 (Vol. 11, Issue 09)
Whose Energy Is This Anyway?
June, 2010 (Vol. 11, Issue 06)
Detoxing from the Corporate Kool-Aid
March, 2010 (Vol. 11, Issue 03)
Working as if Energy Matters
December, 2009 (Vol. 10, Issue 12)
Doing Less With Less
September, 2009 (Vol. 10, Issue 09)
National Health Care: Dangerous or Necessary?
June, 2009 (Vol. 10, Issue 06)
Sustaining Organizational Energy: Part 1: Individual Energy
March, 2009 (Vol. 10, Issue 03)
Weathering Economic Earthquakes
December, 2008 (Vol. 09, Issue 12)
How Do You Define Success?
September, 2008 (Vol. 09, Issue 09)
Surgery and Chinese Medicine
June, 2008 (Vol. 09, Issue 06)
Integration: How Long Does It Take?
March, 2008 (Vol. 09, Issue 03)
Physician, Heal Thyself
December, 2007 (Vol. 08, Issue 12)
History Repeats Itself: Excavating the Company Colon
September, 2007 (Vol. 08, Issue 09)
The Knee Bone’s Connected to the ... Stomach?
What Do Knee Pain, Sinusitis and Acid Reflux Have in Common?
June, 2007 (Vol. 08, Issue 06)
Women Who Do Too Much
March, 2007 (Vol. 08, Issue 03)
Wake Up to Sleep Deprivation!
September, 2006 (Vol. 07, Issue 09)
Earthworms in the Office
June, 2005 (Vol. 06, Issue 06)
Obesity: Coping With the Weight of Work
September, 2004 (Vol. 05, Issue 09)
Bearing the Load: Back Pain at Work
March, 2004 (Vol. 05, Issue 03)
Menopause in the Workplace
November, 2003 (Vol. 04, Issue 11)
The Headaches of Work Life
August, 2003 (Vol. 04, Issue 08)
What to Do When Your Patients Get Sick From Work
May, 2003 (Vol. 04, Issue 05)

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