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JOIN US! For an AHRD Leadership SIG Sponsored Webinar
"A Panel Discussion on Leadership Development Research and Practice"
This webinar is the second in a series focused on linking leadership development practice, research and theorizing.
Building on the leadership theorizing webinar (click here, *for your convenience start recording at 8 min. mark) held in the fall of 2016, the upcoming webinar will focus on how distinguished scholars advance leadership development theory through research and practice. We hope participants gain information, ideas, tools and approaches that will help them in current or future research projects. Below are the three panelists and their bios. We look forward to "seeing" you on March 28th at 2:00pm EST.
Susan Madsen, PhD
Steven Manderscheid, PhD
Louis Quast, PhD
Tuesday, March 28th @ 2:00-3:00 PM EST
Professor Susan R. Madsen is the Orin R. Woodbury Professor of Leadership and Ethics in the Woodbury School of Business at Utah Valley University. She is also a Visiting Fellow of the Faculty of Economics and Business at the University of Zagreb (Croatia), a Distinguished Visiting Fellow of the Lancaster Leadership Centre in the U.K, and a Fellow of The Leadership Trust Foundation in Ross-on-Wye, England. Dr. Madsen has been heavily involved for the last decade in researching the lifetime development of prominent women leaders. She has personally interviewed a host of women university presidents, U.S. governors, and international leaders, as well as studying many aspects of women and leadership more broadly. Susan has conducted related research in the U.S., the six Arab Gulf countries, China, and Eastern Europe. Overall, Susan has authored or edited six books and has published well over 100 articles, chapters, and reports. She is a globally recognized speaker in local, national, and international settings. For example, she has presented at United Nations NGO sessions, The New York Times, the Argentina Parliament Palace, the House of Commons in England, and in many countries around the world. Susan is the founder of numerous successful networks, including the International Leadership Association’s (ILA) Women and Leadership Affinity Group, and she serves on many nonprofit, community, and association boards and committees. She has received numerous awards for her teaching, research, and service. She is the lead co-editor of the Women and Leadership Book Series and co-edited the first three volumes. Susan received her doctorate from the University of Minnesota in human resource development.
Professor Steve Manderscheid has 20 years of leadership, organizational development, human resources and employee training experience in both the educational and private business sectors. As chair of Concordia’s Leadership and Management Department, Manderscheid assists in creating additional graduate programs and employs his leadership skills in the recruitment, hiring and development of the department’s faculty. The lessons that Manderscheid imparts in his professorial role at Concordia come from real-world expertise. He is a principal consultant for a variety of public, private and nonprofit organizations. He regularly publishes peer-reviewed articles and presents at leadership conferences. Before coming to Concordia, Manderscheid worked in training and development for a number of local companies.
Professor Louis N. Quast is the Hellervik / PDI Distinguished Chair in Leadership and Adult Career Development in the College of Education and Human Development at the University of Minnesota. He serves as the Associate Chair of the Department of Organizational Leadership, Policy, and Development, the Coordinator of Graduate Programs in Human Resource Development in the college, the Director of Graduate Studies for the Graduate Minor in Integrative Leadership, and a senior lecturer in both the Carlson School of Management and the Department of Educational Psychology at the University of Minnesota. In addition, he is a Research Fellow at the Consortium for Multicultural Psychology Research at Michigan State University. Professor Quast teaches courses on leadership, career-development, and human resource development, and conducts research on multiple aspects of these related fields. He also co-teaches an Integrative Leadership Seminar and has worked as a consultant in Leadership and Talent Consulting practice of Korn Ferry Hay Group.
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