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Process Technology Program

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Jim Martin
Jim Martin

Jim was born in Bristol, Virginia. He graduated from Louisiana State with a B.S. in chemical engineering in 1967. Jim served in Viet Nam in 1970 in the infantry as a platoon sergeant. He retired from the Dow Chemical Company where he worked 34 years and held a variety of management postions including; chemical manufacturing, maintenance, human resources, material mangement, and employee development.
He is a master trainer for the Ken Blanchard Companies' course Sietuational Self Leadership within Dow Chemical and globally. Jim has trained hundreds of employees in "self leadership", both in the U.S. & internationally. He is a certified facilitator for the Franklin/Covey course, The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People. He is a Steward for the Northern California Bay Area Society of Organizational Learning (BASoL). At present, he is the Outreach Director for the Process Technology Program at Los Medanos College.





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