My research seeks to understand how time influences team processes, how organizations can improve the effectiveness of diversity, equity, and inclusion practices, and how internal comparisons shape organizational outcomes. I also have an expertise in latent change score modeling, which reliably empirically models dynamic parameters over time.
ORGN 3030 - Critical Leadership Skills
Provides an opportunity to learn about and practice the skills required of all managers. These skills include leadership, negotiation, conducting performance appraisals, delegation, effective communication, interviewing and making hiring decisions, and managing employees with problem behaviors. Objectives include developing self-awareness of strengths and weaknesses as a manager, gaining familiarity with theory-based skills, and developing proficiency in the use of these skills. Formerly MGMT 3030. Degree credit not granted for this course and LEAD 1000.