VACAVILLE, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--LeaderAmp, an award-winning provider of AI-driven coaching software, has been awarded two major industry awards. The Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (SIOP) awarded the company the Douglas Bray and Ann Howard Research Grant. LeaderAmp is the first team of business people to receive this award, which includes a $10,000 prize. LeaderAmp CEO Dr. Matthew Barney was also named a Sterling Circle member of SIOP for his contributions to the organization over the last 25 years.
In addition, after being selected as a finalist in the Innovation Lab competition by the Association of Test Publishers, LeaderAmp went on to win the Judges’ Success Award. The company was acknowledged for its innovative high-touch, high-technology approach to scaling assessment and coaching.
“The bottom line is that traditional models for coaching and leadership development aren’t sufficiently effective because they are nearly impossible to scale and are almost impossible to tie to credible success metrics,” says Dr. Matt Barney, CEO of LeaderAmp. “These awards aren’t just a recognition of our company - they are a recognition of the changing paradigms in coaching as the result of the marriage of artificial intelligence, organizational psychology and psychometrics.”
LeaderAmp provides a mobile platform for computer adaptive measurement and expert coaching augmented by four patent-pending types of Artificial Intelligence. LeaderAmp solutions leverage cutting-edge science and technology to help coaches extend their relationships into clients’ daily lives and enable personalized, coaching programs on a global scale.