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Dennis C Veit

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[Veit, Dennis C]
  • Sr. Lecturer Management/Leadership, Department of Management

Biography

          DENNIS C. VEIT completed thirty-six years providing Senior level Leadership expertise to Fortune 100 companies.  During that time he served as Senior Human Resource Executive for over thirty years, and Senior Account Manager for five years.  His experience spans all disciplines of Human Resources serving as Senior Vice President of Human Resources, Senior Manager of Recruiting and Staffing, Vice President of Compensation and Benefits, Vice President of Employee Relations, and Senior Vice President of Training/ Development.   During the past decade, Dennis was instrumental in coaching corporate executives in Leadership responsibilities, succession & manpower planning programs, and ensuring HR practices and principles aligned with Corporate Strategic Goals.  In addition, he conducted presentation seminars and workshops for managers, within his organizations as well as for national and local organizations. He has taught both Management and Business courses at the Community College level and Senior College level and was instrumental in developing the HR curriculum for a local College.  His certifications and degrees include a Masters Degree in Organizational Behavior from Texas Christian University, a BBA in Finance from Texas Christian University, and Associates Degrees in Business and Banking/Finance from Tarrant County Community College.  He received his Professional  Human Resources certification, (PHR) from SHRM and his Certified Relocation Professional certification from the Employee Relocation Council.  In addition, he received his Certified Master Trainer certification in Training and Development from Development Dimensions International while receiving his Senior Trainer Certificates from Zenger Miller International, Learning International, Blessing and White, as well as Acclivus Corporation. Dennis is an active member of SHRM national, Texas State Council of SHRM for College Relations, Mid-Cities, Dallas and Fort Worth SHRM Chapters and has served on the Board of Directors for the Fort Worth and Mid - Cities Chapters while serving as Past President of the Fort Worth Human Resource Chapter and the Mid-Cities HR Chapter.

Professional Preparation

    • 1975 BBA in Management & FinanceTCU
    • 1978 MBA (Organizational Development),  T.C.U.
    • 1972 AA in Business in Business/FinanceTarrant County Community College
    • 2014 AA in Business in Banking and FinanceTarran County Community College

Appointments

    • Aug 2013 to Present Fort Worth Human Resource Association
      Fort Worth Human Re
    • Aug 2009 to Present President
      Mid Cities Human Resource Association

Memberships

  • Membership
    • Nov 2009 to Present Texas State SHRM
    • Past to Present Mid Cities Human Resource Association
    • Past to Present Mid Cities Human Resource Association
    • Past to Present Mid Cities SHRM
    • Past to Present SHRM National Association State of Texas

Awards and Honors

    • Jan  2011 Educator of the Year sponsored by Southwest Region of SHRM
    • Jan  2011 UTA Advisor of the Year sponsored by The University of Texas Arlington
      Achievements:

      2011 - 2012

    • Jan  2011 Nominated to represent UTA for the Provost's Award for Excellence in Teaching sponsored by University of Texas at Arlington
      Achievements:

      2011-2012

Presentations

    • January  2010
      Dennis C. veit

      Won NACADA  Outstanding Advisor of the Year for 2012

      Won Outstanding Ademic Advisor of the Year UTA  2011 - 2012

      Won Outstanding Lecturer for The College of Business UTA 2010 - 2011

      As President of MCHRMA won the SHRM Silver Chapter award for 2010 - 2011
      As Adviser for the UTA SHRM Chapter won the 2010-2011 Superior merit Award
      Won Outstanding Adviser Award from UTA for 2010 - 2011


Courses

      • MANA 3320-003 HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT

        This course is an introduction to human resources in the modern corporation.  The material describes the practices of the human resource function along with the theory and research that support them.  The course draws from many disciplines and includes the dynamics of various individual, group, and organizational processes.

        In addition to learning the theory and topics of human resource management through readings and classroom lecture, this course will require you to model professional workplace behaviors.   

        The course material is not only useful for working in human resource departments.  At some point in your career, your ability to succeed is likely to depend on your ability to recruit, develop and evaluate others.  Ultimately, the tools and skills developed in this course should equip you to obtain a job, plan a career, and become more effective contributors to business.  The goals of this course are to:

        Understand the role of human resource managers in modern corporations and how practices are evolving.

        Demonstrate practical skills in writing job descriptions, interviewing, negotiating salary, and conducting performance evaluations.

        Appreciate the legal environment for employers in such areas as hiring, promotion, dismissal, and workplace safety.

        Apply theory to the design of various types of employee development, performance evaluation, and compensation programs.

        Learn concepts and approaches that will enable you to align appropriate HR practices with firm business strategy.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2017 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • MANA 4325-001 LEADERSHIP IN ORGANIZATIONS

        This course introduces students to the concepts of Leadership vrs managment outlining how management is the first step to leading and Leadership is how you motivate your employees to improve productivity.  It will outline the steps necessary to make them leap from Mgr to Leader.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2017 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • MANA 4328-001 HUMAN RESOURCE STAFFING AND PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT

        This is an advanced course in human resource management that covers the importance of the "C" level planning process regarding employee hiring and internal promotion. It will cover the importance of a companys recruitiment stratgies, methods of selection, and sthe validation of the selection process.  It will further discuss the relationship with recruiting and performance management in maintaing a high level of employee satisfaction which in turn produces higher levels of productivity, thus profits.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2017 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • MANA 3310-005 MANAGEMENT PROCESS THEORY

        THIS COURSE INTRODUCES STUDENTS TO THE CONCEPTS OF MANAGEMENT, PROVIDES A BASIS FOR FURTHER STUDY IN THE FIELD OF MANAGEMENT PROCESS, AND PREPARES THEM FOR THE FUTURE PERFORMANCE OF MANAGERIAL ROLES.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2017 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • MANA 4325-001 LEADERSHIP IN ORGANIZATIONS

        This course provides a managerial perspective on leadership in formal organizations.  Emphasis is placed on understanding the difference in Leadership and Management in all areas that include: definition, communication, team building, exercising influence, decision-making, and conflict management. It will include an overview of the history of Leadership, how to distinguish Managerial vs. Leadership practices, when and how to use both effectively, and the ethical and cultural issues leaders face in today’s work place.    Prerequisite:  MANA 3318 / 3319 would be helpful.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2016 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • MANA 3319-005 MANAGEMENT PROCESS THEORY

        This course introduces students to the concepts of management, provides a basis for further study in the management process, and prepares them for the future performance of managerial roles.  The focus will be on understanding the theory and practice of management and how it relates to every area of business. 

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2016 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • MANA 4328-001 HUMAN RESOURCE STAFFING AND PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT

        This is an advanced course in human resource management that covers the acquisition, deployment, assessment and retention of an organization’s workforce.  Basic knowledge of human resources, organizational behavior, and business statistics is required.  Class material covers recruitment strategies, methods of selection, development and validation of selection and employee appraisal instruments, and implementation of performance management processes.

        In addition to learning the theory and topics of human resource management through readings and classroom lecture, this course will require you to participate and model some of the situations and behaviors we will discuss in class including interviewing and conducting performance evaluations. 

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2016 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • MANA 3319-004 MANAGEMENT PROCESS THEORY

        This course introduces students to the concepts of management, provides a basis for further study in the management process, and prepares them for the future performance of managerial roles.  The focus will be on understanding the theory and practice of management and how it relates to every area of business.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2016 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • MANA 3319-001 MANAGEMENT PROCESS THEORY

        This course introduces students to the concepts of management, provides a basis for further study in the management process, and prepares them for the future performance of managerial roles.  The focus will be on understanding the theory and practice of management and how it relates to every area of business. 

        Summer - Regular Academic Session - 2016 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • MANA 4325-001 LEADERSHIP IN ORGANIZATIONS

        Description of Course Content: 

        This course provides a managerial perspective on leadership in formal organizations.  Emphasis is placed on understanding the difference in Leadership and Management in all areas that include: definition, communication, team building, exercising influence, decision-making, and conflict management. It will include an overview of the history of Leadership, how to distinguish Managerial vs. Leadership practices, when and how to use both effectively, and the ethical and cultural issues leaders face in today’s work place.    Prerequisite:  MANA 3318

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2016 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • MANA 3319-002 MANAGEMENT PROCESS THEORY

        Course Content/Description:

        This course introduces students to the concepts of management, provides a basis for further study in the management process, and prepares them for the future performance of managerial roles.  The focus will be on understanding the theory and practice of management and how it relates to every area of business.

        Student Learning Objectives:

        On completion of this course

        The student will be able to

        1.         define basic management terms without any external assistance  accurately according to textbook definitions.

        2.         apply the various components of management processes to real life situations without any external assistance.

        3.         discuss the different forms of diversification, organizational structure and diversity present in workplaces.

        4.         explain various components of expectancy, leadership, motivation and leadership models.

        5.         apply theories of management learnt in class to real-life business examples.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2016 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • MANA 3319-001 Management Processse Theory

        Course Content/Description:

        This course introduces students to the concepts of management, provides a basis for further study in the management process, and prepares them for the future performance of managerial roles.  The focus will be on understanding the theory and practice of management and how it relates to every area of business.

        Student Learning Objectives:

        On completion of this course

        The student will be able to

        1.         define basic management terms without any external assistance  accurately according to textbook definitions.

        2.         apply the various components of management processes to real life situations without any external assistance.

        3.         discuss the different forms of diversification, organizational structure and diversity present in workplaces.

        4.         explain various components of expectancy, leadership, motivation and leadership models.

        5.         apply theories of management learnt in class to real-life business examples.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2016 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • MANA 3319-003 MANAGEMENT PROCESS THEORY

        Course Content/Description:

        This course introduces students to the concepts of management, provides a basis for further study in the management process, and prepares them for the future performance of managerial roles.  The focus will be on understanding the theory and practice of management and how it relates to every area of business.

        Student Learning Objectives:

        On completion of this course

        The student will be able to

        1.         define basic management terms without any external assistance  accurately according to textbook definitions.

        2.         apply the various components of management processes to real life situations without any external assistance.

        3.         discuss the different forms of diversification, organizational structure and diversity present in workplaces.

        4.         explain various components of expectancy, leadership, motivation and leadership models.

        5.         apply theories of management learnt in class to real-life business examples.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2016 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • MANA 4325-001 LEADERSHIP IN ORGANIZATIONS

        Description of Course Content: 

        This course provides a managerial perspective on leadership in formal organizations.  Emphasis is placed on understanding the difference in Leadership and Management in all areas that include: definition, communication, team building, exercising influence, decision-making, and conflict management. It will include an overview of the history of Leadership, how to distinguish Managerial vs. Leadership practices, when and how to use both effectively, and the ethical and cultural issues leaders face in today’s work place.    Prerequisite:  MANA 3318

        Winter - Intersession - 2015 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • MANA 4328-001 HUMAN RESOURCE STAFFING AND PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT

        COURSE DESCRIPTION

        This is an advanced course in human resource management that covers the acquisition, deployment, assessment and retention of an organization’s workforce.  Basic knowledge of human resources, organizational behavior, and business statistics is required.  Class material covers recruitment strategies, methods of selection, development and validation of selection and employee appraisal instruments, and implementation of performance management processes. 

        In addition to learning the theory and topics of human resource management through readings and classroom lecture, this course will require you to participate and model some of the situations and behaviors we will discuss in class including interviewing and conducting performance evaluations. 

        The approach of the course will be practical guidance for making staffing and management decisions in organizations based on explanatory theory and scientific research.  The course material is not only useful for working in human resource departments.  At some point in your career, your ability to succeed is likely to depend on your ability to recruit and evaluate others.  Ultimately, the tools and skills developed in this course should help you become more effective contributors to organizations. 

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2015 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • MANA 4325-001 Mana 4325 Leadership

        Description of Course Content: 

        This course provides a managerial perspective on leadership in formal organizations.  Emphasis is placed on understanding the difference in Leadership and Management in all areas that include: definition, communication, team building, exercising influence, decision-making, and conflict management. It will include an overview of the history of Leadership, how to distinguish Managerial vs. Leadership practices, when and how to use both effectively, and the ethical and cultural issues leaders face in today’s work place.    Prerequisite:  MANA 3318

        Student Learning Outcome/Objectives of this course:

        Students will discuss different styles of Leadership in Organizations and apply knowledge gained during class to discuss their viewpoints and real life situations.

        Students will practice team building through use of case studies and group presentations.

        Students will demonstrate knowledge of leadership material/theory through individual presentations

        Students will be able to apply knowledge gained in class to current or future employment situations and make value judgments.

        Students will discuss ethical implications from decisions made during discussions/case studies.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2015 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • MANA 3310-003 Introduction to Management

        Course Content/Description:

        This course introduces students to the concepts of management, provides a basis for further study in the management process, and prepares them for the future performance of managerial roles.  The focus will be on understanding the theory and practice of management and how it relates to every area of business.

        Student Learning Objectives:

        On completion of this course

        The student will be able to

        1.         define basic management terms without any external assistance  accurately according to textbook definitions.

        2.         apply the various components of management processes to real life situations without any external assistance.

        3.         discuss the different forms of diversification, organizational structure and diversity present in workplaces.

        4.         explain various components of expectancy, leadership, motivation and leadership models.

        5.         apply theories of management learnt in class to real-life business examples.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2015 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • MANA 3319-004 MANAGEMENT PROCESS THEORY

        Course Content/Description:

        This course introduces students to the concepts of management, provides a basis for further study in the management process, and prepares them for the future performance of managerial roles.  The focus will be on understanding the theory and practice of management and how it relates to every area of business.

        Student Learning Objectives:

        On completion of this course

        The student will be able to

        1.         define basic management terms without any external assistance  accurately according to textbook definitions.

        2.         apply the various components of management processes to real life situations without any external assistance.

        3.         discuss the different forms of diversification, organizational structure and diversity present in workplaces.

        4.         explain various components of expectancy, leadership, motivation and leadership models.

        5.         apply theories of management learnt in class to real-life business examples.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2015 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • AAST 4325-001 Mana 4325 Leadership

        Description of Course Content: 

        This course is an introduction to human resources in the modern corporation.  The material describes the human resource function along with the theory and research that support the actual practices.  The course draws from many disciplines and includes the dynamics of various individual, group, and organizational processes.

        In addition to learning the theory and topics of human resource management through readings and classroom lecture, this course will require you to participate and model some of the situations and behaviors we will discuss in class including interviewing, salary negotiations and conducting performance evaluations. 

        The course material is not only useful for working in human resource departments.  At some point in your career, your ability to succeed is likely to depend on your ability to recruit, develop and evaluate others.  Ultimately, the tools and skills developed in this course should equip you to obtain a job, plan a career, and become more effective contributors to businesses regardless of which department you join. 

      • MANA 3320-001 HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT

        Description of Course Content: 

        This course is an introduction to human resources in the modern corporation.  The material describes the human resource function along with the theory and research that support the actual practices.  The course draws from many disciplines and includes the dynamics of various individual, group, and organizational processes.

        In addition to learning the theory and topics of human resource management through readings and classroom lecture, this course will require you to participate and model some of the situations and behaviors we will discuss in class including interviewing, salary negotiations and conducting performance evaluations. 

        The course material is not only useful for working in human resource departments.  At some point in your career, your ability to succeed is likely to depend on your ability to recruit, develop and evaluate others.  Ultimately, the tools and skills developed in this course should equip you to obtain a job, plan a career, and become more effective contributors to businesses regardless of which department you join. 

      • MANA 4325-001 Leadership

        Description of Course Content: 

        This course provides a managerial perspective on leadership in formal organizations.  Emphasis is placed on understanding the difference in Leadership and Management in all areas that include: definition, communication, team building, exercising influence, decision-making, and conflict management. It will include an overview of the history of Leadership, how to distinguish Managerial vs. Leadership practices, when and how to use both effectively, and the ethical and cultural issues leaders face in today’s work place.    Prerequisite:  MANA 3318

        Student Learning Outcome/Objectives of this course:

        Students will discuss different styles of Leadership in Organizations and apply knowledge gained during class to discuss their viewpoints and real life situations.

        Students will practice team building through use of case studies and group presentations.

        Students will demonstrate knowledge of leadership material/theory through individual presentations

        Students will be able to apply knowledge gained in class to current or future employment situations and make value judgments.

        Students will discuss ethical implications from decisions made during discussions/case studies.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2014 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • MANA 4328-001 Human Resorce Mangement

        COURSE DESCRIPTION

        This is an advanced course in human resource management that covers the acquisition, deployment, assessment and retention of an organization’s workforce.  Basic knowledge of human resources, organizational behavior, and business statistics is required.  Class material covers recruitment strategies, methods of selection, development and validation of selection and employee appraisal instruments, and implementation of performance management processes. 

        In addition to learning the theory and topics of human resource management through readings and classroom lecture, this course will require you to participate and model some of the situations and behaviors we will discuss in class including interviewing and conducting performance evaluations. 

        The approach of the course will be practical guidance for making staffing and management decisions in organizations based on explanatory theory and scientific research.  The course material is not only useful for working in human resource departments.  At some point in your career, your ability to succeed is likely to depend on your ability to recruit and evaluate others.  Ultimately, the tools and skills developed in this course should help you become more effective contributors to organizations. 

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2014 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • MANA 3318-010 Organizational Behavior

        Description of Course Content:  You should expect to be provided with a broad and comprehensive exposure to current thinking and research related to the behavior of organizations and their human components.  In turn, it is anticipated you will exert the necessary effort to read the assigned material, participate in class discussions, and be present on a regular basis. 

        As a result, it is expected you will take ownership of the learning process and hold yourself accountable and responsible for the acquisition and integration of the knowledge and learning related to the subject content and processes.

        Student Learning Outcome/Objectives of this course:

        This course introduces you to the field of organizational behavior from a comprehensive theoretical and applied perspective.  Spanning three general levels, organizational topics covered will include the following: at the individual level – personality, perception, and attribution, attitudes, value, motivation, learning, emotion, stress and well being; at the interpersonal and group level – work team, leadership, power and politics; and at the organizational level – work design, structure, culture, and organizational change.  Through discussions of class material, in-class exercises, and assignments, you will establish basic understanding of the dynamic of organizational behavior, enabling application of this knowledge to management skills in organizations.

        When you have finished this course you should be able to:

        Recognize the impact of individual personality, values, emotions, and attitudes (e.g., locus of control, job satisfaction) in the workplace.

        Identify and differentiate the major theories of work motivation.

        Identify characteristics of group/team dynamics and their decision-making.

        Recognize the major theories of leadership (e.g., transformational leadership) and their core tenets.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2014 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • MANA 4325-001 MANA 4325-001
        • This course provides a managerial perspective on leadership in formal organizations.  Emphasis is placed on understanding the difference in Leadership and Management in all areas that include: definition, communication, team building, exercising influence, decision-making, and conflict management. It will include an overview of the history of Leadership, how to distinguish Managerial vs. Leadership practices, when and how to use both effectively, and the ethical and cultural issues leaders face in today’s work place.    Prerequisite:  MANA 3318
        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2014 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • MANA 4328-001 Mana 4328-001

        This is a course in which two main areas of Human Resource management will be discussed that will cover the acquisition, deployment, assessment and retention of an organization’s workforce.  It begins with understanding of the basic knowledge of human resource and organizational behavior.  We will look at what it takes to make the most relevant hiring decision looking at how a company can control turnover and improve employee morale.  Class material covers recruitment strategies, methods of selection, development and validation of selection and employee appraisal instruments, and implementation of performance management processes. 

        In addition to learning the theory and topics of human resource management through readings and classroom lecture, this course will require you to participate and model some of the situations and behaviors we will discuss in class including interviewing and conducting performance evaluations. 

        The approach of the course will be practical guidance for making staffing and management decisions in organizations based on explanatory theory and scientific research.  The course material is not only useful for working in human resource departments.  At some point in your career, your ability to succeed is likely to depend on your ability to recruit and evaluate others.  Ultimately, the tools and skills developed in this course should help you become more effective contributors to organizations.  

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2014 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • MANA 4325-001 LEADERSHIP IN ORGANIZATIONS

        Mana 4325 Leadership in Organizations -

        This course provides a managerial perspective on leadership in formal organizations.  Emphasis is placed on understanding the difference in Leadership and Management in all areas that include: definition, communication, team building, exercising influence, decision-making, and conflict management. It will include an overview of the history of Leadership, how to distinguish Managerial vs. Leadership practices, when and how to use both effectively, and the ethical and cultural issues leaders face in today’s work place.    Prerequisite:  MANA 3318

        Student Learning Outcome/Objectives of this course:

        Students will discuss different styles of Leadership in Organizations and apply knowledge gained during class to discuss their viewpoints and real life situations.

        Students will practice team building through use of case studies and group presentations.

        Students will demonstrate knowledge of leadership material/theory through individual presentations

        Students will be able to apply knowledge gained in class to current or future employment situations and make value judgments.

        Students will discuss ethical implications from decisions made during discussions/case studies.

        Spring - Intersession - 2014 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • MANA 4325-001 Mana 4325-001

        This course provides a managerial perspective on leadership in formal organizations.  Emphasis is placed on
        understanding the difference in Leadership and Management in all areas that include: definition, Communication, team building, exercising influence, decision-making, and conflict management. It will include an overview of the history of Leadership, how to distinguish Managerial vs. Leadership practices, when and how to use both effectively, and the ethical and cultural issues leaders face in today’s work place

      • AAST 4325-001 Mana 4325 Leadership

        • This course provides a managerial perspective on leadership in formal organizations. Emphasis is placed on understanding the difference in Leadership and Management in all areas that include: definition, communication, team building, exercising influence, decision-making, and conflict management. It will include an overview of the history of Leadership, how to distinguish Managerial vs. Leadership practices, when and how to use both effectively, and the ethical and cultural issues leaders face in today’s work place. Prerequisite: MANA 3318

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2013 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • MANA 4328-001 MANA 4328

        This is an advanced course in human resource management that covers the acquisition, deployment, assessment and retention of an organization’s workforce.  Basic knowledge of human resources, organizational behavior, and business statistics is required.  Class material covers recruitment strategies, methods of selection, development and validation of selection and employee appraisal instruments, and implementation of performance management processes. 

        In addition to learning the theory and topics of human resource management through readings and classroom lecture, this course will require you to participate and model some of the situations and behaviors we will discuss in class including interviewing and conducting performance evaluations. 

        The approach of the course will be practical guidance for making staffing and management decisions in organizations based on explanatory theory and scientific research.  The course material is not only useful for working in human resource departments.  At some point in your career, your ability to succeed is likely to depend on your ability to recruit and evaluate others.  Ultimately, the tools and skills developed in this course should help you become more effective contributors to organizations. 

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2013 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • MANA 4325-001 LEADERSHIP IN ORGANIZATIONS
        Leadership  in Organizations  - Covers from the begining of the study of Managers to the current style of Leadership vs Manager and how to learn the stepts to make this transition.
        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2012

Service to the Community

  • Volunteered
    • Jan 2011 to  Present Southwest Region of SHRM Director of College Relations/Past President of the Mid-CIties HR

      Work with all Universities within the five state region to ensure local chapters are working closley with their local Universities for interenships/job opportunities/and scholarships.

Service to the Profession

  • Elected
    • Nov 2013 to  Present Presented Speeches to several groups on the University campus on Leadership

      Have present lectures on Leadership to Delta Sigma Pi,  Golden Key, Phi Kappa Phi, The School of Social WOrk and the School of Urban Affairs.