Teaching, Training, and Speaking

Upcoming Speaking Engagements

2016 Topical International Leadership Association (ILA)
Exploring Leadership in Latin America
August 10-12, 2016
Lima, Peru

2016 Annual Global International Leadership Association (ILA)
The Dynamics of Inclusive Leadership
November 2-5, 2016
Atlanta, GA

Greater Orlando Organizational Development Network
October 14, 2016
Orlando, FL

12 Annual River Cities I-O (RCIO) Psychology Conference
Leadership: Theory, Research, and…..Practice
October 21-22, 2016
Chattanooga, TN



Adjunct Faculty Guilford College, (August, 2010 – Present)

  • Industrial-Organizational Psychology – introduction to the field of industrial and organizational psychology.
  • Psychology of Leadership – intended to begin or enhance students’ thinking about what leadership is, and apply it to their lives inside organizations, in their personal lives, and in in their communities.


Associate Member of the Graduate Faculty University of North Carolina, Charlotte, (December, 2008 – Present)

  • Micro Organizational Science II – examine research, theory and application regarding post-entry personnel issues including (but not limited to) job design; training and development; performance management and appraisal; employee socialization; mentoring; and diversity/inclusion.
  • Leadership and Leadership Development –begin or enhance students’ thinking about what leadership and leadership is, and apply it to their work inside organizations.


Adjunct Instructor Wake Forest University Business School, (January, 2012 – May, 2012)

  • Dynamics in Organizations – introduction central theories and frameworks in management theory; understanding of how to apply them to analyze and address real management problems.


Adjunct Assistant Professor North Carolina A&T State University, (January, 2007 – December 2012)

  • Quantitative Research – introduction to the field of quantitative research through the development of a knowledge base and an application of research skills and methodologies required to select, read, and interpret relevant professional literature.
  • Computer-Aided Research – introduction to relevant statistical analyses (e.g., correlation, regression, ANOVAs) used for research via statistical packages including SPSS.
  • Statistical Applications and Interpretations – an overview course of different statistical methods and measurement issues, including multiple and polynomial regression, moderation and mediation, multivariate statistics, scale development and factor analysis, and nonparametric tests.



Maximizing Your Leadership Potential (MLP)
Center for Creative Leadership


Assessment Certification Workshop (ACW)
Center for Creative Leadership