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Daniel J. Booth, Ed.D., Founder of The Booth Company (now TruScore®), began his consulting practice in 1972. Initially, he conducted communication skills workshops for educators and managers, using Dr. Thomas Gordon's leadership model and Dr. Ronald Lippett's consultation model. In 1976, while consulting for IBM's Boulder Labs, he was introduced to their worldwide "360 feedback" morale management program. Thoroughly impressed with the wholesomeness and power of the program, Dr. Booth was prompted to begin designing and conducting his own survey/feedback programs for regional clients, such as Coors, Denver Water Board and PSCO. These successful projects led to national clients such as Roche Labs and Hewlett Packard.
Dr. Booth's academic degrees include a doctorate from the University of Colorado at Boulder (1974), an M.A. from the University of Illinois at Urbana (1966), and a B.A. from Roosevelt University at Chicago (1962). Publications include a technical paper with Clark Wilson and others in Impact of Leadership, A Facilitator's Manual for Clark Wilson's Survey of Management Practices, and "Mastering Managerial Skills," a one-day course for corporate universities.
In June of 2010, Dr. Booth officially retired from his CEO position. His focus now is on fishing and kayaking, and believe us it’s well deserved.