Nathan Regier

CEO and Co-Founding Owner of Next Element

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Nate Regier, PhD grew up the son of missionary parents in Botswana and Zaire, where he developed his passion for service, love of people, and fascination with the common needs that tie all people together. Having grown up amidst political unrest, poverty, and apartheid has helped form Dr. Regier’s global perspective. While in Botswana during high school Nate competed on the Botswana Jr. Davis Cup tennis team and achieved a world ranking in doubles.

A native Kansan, Dr. Regier completed his undergraduate work at Bethel College in Newton, KS and his PhD in clinical psychology from University of Kansas. He practiced clinical psychology for 11 years where he developed his skills in social-emotional intelligence, group dynamics, mind-body-spirit health, and neuropsychology. In 2008 Dr. Regier joined three other colleagues to form Next Element, where they leveraged their expertise in the social sciences to help leaders in the corporate arena. Dr. Regier specializes in interpersonal and leadership communication, executive assessment and coaching, organizational development, team building and change management.

An international advisor, he is a certified LOD® master trainer, PCM® certifying master trainer and co-developer of Next Element’s Leading Out of Drama® training and coaching system. He was the principal driving force behind the design and validation of NEOS,® Next Element’s flagship outcomes measurement tool. He is co-author of Next Element’s first book, Beyond Drama: Transcending Energy Vampires, and author of the recently released book, Conflict without Casualties. Dr. Regier publishes a semi-weekly blog, writes for a variety of local and national publications, and is a sought-after keynote speaker.

Nate and his wife of 23 years live in Newton, KS. They have three daughters, the oldest in college at Pittsburg State University. In his spare time he loves to bar-b-que and is a member of a competition bbq team. Vacations to Colorado, spending time working on his yard, and camping with friends are some of the things that fill Nate with joy.

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