An Innovator in Executive Life Coaching

Mark Dillof, Ph.D. has long been at the forefront of life coaching, executive coaching, and business counseling, and is a creative innovator in these fields. He created Plato’s Attaché to offer people a more philosophical and reflective approach to executive coaching and career counseling. Although located in Louisville, KY, Plato’s Attaché has clients throughout the world, who contact Dr. Dillof by telephone.

Dr. Dillof has an extensive range of business experience, as well as an impressive array of intellectual achievements. He has been a Wall Street broker, a real-estate appraiser, a professional magician, a management consultant, an executive coach, and a seminar presenter to a variety of organizations, from IBM to the American Lung Association. Working at various trades has helped him better understand people and the challenges of the workplace.

He has also found time to teach at five universities — Binghamton University, Broome Community College, Kaplan University, Post University and Grantham College — and to write two books. He has done all this while maintaining a thriving private practice, in life coaching and counseling, for the past twenty-two years. He earned graduate degrees in philosophy and in psychology and an interdisciplinary doctorate in both fields. He is a member of the the American Counseling Association (ACA) and the Association for Spiritual, Ethical, and Religious Values in Counseling. (ASERVIC)

Business Coaching Meets Philosophy
Since 1986, Dr. Dillof has been offering executive coaching, career counseling and management consulting to business leaders and professionals. He seeks to integrate the practical aspects of business advising with insights from a variety of disciplines, including business administration, philosophy, psychology, economics, and history. The result is a new form of life coaching — systemic, holistic, and powerfully effective.

Diverse Background
Dr. Dillof’s book Awakening with the Enemy is about the philosophy of male/female relationship conflicts. The book — which has been reviewed in major newspapers — including: The Boston Globe, The Cincinnati Post, The Rocky Mountain News, and The Arizona Republic — has established him as one of the foremost relationship experts. His second book, being considered for publication, is about the emergence of paranoia in organizations. He is at work on his third book, which will be about the deeper meaning of comedy. Relationships? Organizational Paranoia? Comedy? Yes, they’re all linked together! But that’s a story for another time.

For information: mdillof@me.com or call: (502) 458-7171

No matter what part of the globe you inhabit — from New York City (NYC) to Los Angeles CA, from London to Tokyo, from Boston MA to Chicago IL, from Brooklyn to Queens, from Binghamton to Ithaca, from Scranton PA to Syracuse NY, from Vestal to Endicott, from White Plains to Westchester, from Rochester to Buffalo, from Nassau to Suffolk, from Louisville KY to Cincinnati OH, from Indianapolis IN to Hartford CT, from Hollywood CA to Miami Beach FL, from Minneapolis MN to Madison WI, from Portland OR to Washington DC, from Seattle WA to the Bronx NY, from Toronto Canada to Vancouver, from San Francisco to Houston — distance is no barrier to an illuminating executive coaching, career counseling, management consulting or life coaching session!

Please read my new book: “Mysteries in Broad Daylight: A Journey into the Deeper Meaning of Everyday Life.”

P.S. Dr. Dillof also offers business consulting at: www.sherlockzen.com.

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