GSLC Faculty Participate in Special Book Signing

GSLC faculty members participated in a special book-signing event for for the PhD of Leadership and Change learning community at the recent Fall residency. This annual event provides an opportunity to celebrate faculty’s most recent work, and for students to get books signed and to learn more about the publishing process. Core faculty members featured work at this event included: Dr. Mitch Kusy’s Why I Don’t Work Here Anymore: A Leader’s Guide to Offset the Financial and Emotional Costs of Toxic Employees (Productivity Press, 2017) which covers everything from recruiting practices to developing a culture of respect in your workplace; Dr. Donna Ladkin’s Mastering the Ethical Dimension of Organizations (Edward Elgar, 2015) which highlights case studies, exercises, meditation, and other methods to support inquiry and reflection to help the reader develop the skills to respond ethically to organizational dilemmas; Dr. Philomena Essed’s co-edited collection Relating Worlds of Racism: Dehumanization, Belonging, and the Normativity of European Whiteness (Palgrave MacMillan, 2018) which explores the dehumanization of blackness and how it enables the continuation of racism in white-dominated societies;  Dr. Lize Booysen’s co-edited Handbook of Research Methods in Diversity Management, Equality, and Inclusion at Work (Edward Elgar, 2018) which includes contributions from program faculty, Dr. Jon Wergin using his Decision Tree model to decide on EDI research methods, Dr. Carol Baron on the use and construction of Survey Research in the EDI field, and Drs. Elizabeth Holloway and Harriet Schwartz (Program alumnus, Cohort 5) on Grounded Theory as an inclusive method fitting for EDI research; and, Dr. Tony Lingham’s co-authored High-impact Engagement: A Two-phase Approach for Individual and Team Development (iUniverse, 2018) which utilizes an evidence-based approach to help organizations engage individuals and teams to bolster success. The event was a wonderful success. Learn more about our faculty team here

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