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Scott Bristol

Scott Bristol
Lecturer, Organizational Behavior
ScottBristol
Lecturer in Organizational Behavior
Academic Area: 
Organizational Behavior

Teaching Statement

Scott Bristol is known internationally for authoring the Life Journey Map®, an online values measurement tool and an educational methodology for influencing meaningful change at the individual, group, and cultural level. His work as an educator at the Stanford Graduate School of Business focuses on the intersection of values, emotions, and "languaging" as they influence interpersonal effectiveness within small self-organizing groups. His corporate and educational work also focuses on teaching facilitators how to use these concepts to mobilize the potential of human diversity.

Bio

Scott Bristol is an educator who in the past 30 years has worked in many different organizations and cultures. During his career a common theme in his work as a teacher, leader, counselor, consultant, and author has been influencing meaningful change at the individual, group, and organizational level. In 2004 he joined a team of colleagues at Stanford GSB as a Lecturer in “Interpersonal Dynamics”.

Dr. Bristol in his educational and professional experience brings together three distinct fields of study to his personal approach to influencing meaningful change:

  • Engineering and Math: Bachelor of Science in Marine Engineering and Naval Architecture from Web Institute.
  • Education: EdD and MEd, Public School Teacher and Principal; Corporate Director of Training and Organizational Development
  • Group Dynamics, Coaching, and Therapy: Post Doctorate in Counseling, 30 years - Organizational Consultant. Professional member of NTL since 1978.

Academic Degrees

  • EdD, University of Massachusetts, 1980
  • MEd, University of Massachusetts, 1973
  • BS, Webb Institute of Naval Architecture, 1971

Academic Appointments

  • At Stanford University since 2004

Professional Experience

  • President, LJMap, Inc., 1997-present
  • Director of Training and Organizational Development, Ziff-Davis Publishing,1993-1997
  • President, Ed Matrix, Inc., 1976-1993
  • Principal, Public Alternative School, 1971-1976

Courses Taught

Degree Courses

2014-15

PRE-QUALIFICATION IS REQUIRED BY THE DEADLINE (APPROXIMATELY FIVE WEEKS BEFORE THE QUARTER BEGINS). The focus of this course is to increase one's competencies in building more effective relationships. Learning is primarily through feedback from...

Entrepreneurship can be an exhaustive experience. This course is structured to provide valuable skills and strategies aimed at enabling aspiring entrepreneurs to mitigate personal burnout while in pursuit of new ventures. In terms of this course...

2013-14

PRE-QUALIFICATION IS REQUIRED BY THE DEADLINE (APPROXIMATELY TWO WEEKS BEFORE THE QUARTER BEGINS). The focus of this course is to increase one's competencies in building more effective relationships. Learning is primarily through feedback from...

Entrepreneurship can be an exhaustive experience. This course is structured to provide valuable skills and strategies aimed at enabling aspiring entrepreneurs to mitigate personal burnout while in pursuit of new ventures. In terms of this course...

2012-13

PRE-QUALIFICATION IS REQUIRED BY THE DEADLINE (APPROXIMATELY TWO WEEKS BEFORE THE QUARTER BEGINS). The focus of this course is to increase one's competencies in building more effective relationships. Learning is primarily through feedback from...

2011-12

PRE-QUALIFICATION IS REQUIRED BY THE DEADLINE (APPROXIMATELY TWO WEEKS BEFORE THE QUARTER BEGINS). The focus of this course is to increase one's competencies in building more effective relationships. Learning is primarily through feedback from...

Service to the Profession

  • Member: NTL Institute for Applied Behavioral Sciences, 1978-present