Executive Director, Center for Leadership and Organizational Effectiveness
Executive in Residence, Center for Leadership and Organizational Effectiveness
Dean and Professor
Research focuses on strategies to enhance team effectiveness and innovation, the assessment and development of management and leadership talent, and organizational culture and climate in organizations transitioning to high-involvement workplace systems.
Research interests are in social networks and team processes. Facilitator of The Reciprocity Ring, ExperiencePoint and ChangePro.
Research interests focus on the effects of human resources and labor relations policies on firm performance.
Research focuses on teams and groups, with topics such as group composition and team chemistry, diversity training, conflict management and negotiations, performance and health.
Research interests are broadly around leadership – what it is and how it works, servant leadership and shared leadership, ethical and moral approaches to leadership, and gender and leadership.
Research focuses primarily on the impact of proactivity on organizational and employee effectiveness as well as factors leading to employee-driven innovation and change.
A serial entrepreneur who transitioned from the pharmaceutical industry, Neubert provides innovative experiences and lessons that helped him launch and sell five businesses.
Mary Ann Rogers
Certified in climate and leadership training by the Hay Group with expertise in communication and organizational behavior.
Aisha K. O'Mally
A communication expert focusing on business communication and leading with empathy. Research interests include health communication, specifically patient/provider interactions.
Dorothy M. Siaw-Asamoah
A certified Strengths-based Coach by Gallup with expertise in team effectiveness, conflict dynamics and leadership in all sectors.
An expert on the business and economics of health care, health care delivery and innovation.