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In 2016 Clearwater Fire & Rescue had two business issues they were experiencing: (a) an “Us Vs. Them” attitude between the Union, Department Leadership, and the City Administration, and (b) highly publicized employee misconduct/unethical behaviors. To fully understand the causes of the behaviors, research was conducted.
The abstract, “REAL Leadership - A Practical Guide for 21st Century Leaders,” has been accepted for presentation at Indiana University’s Leadership Engagement and Discovery Conference.
In the last few months, the Cultural Conflict and Society (CCS) special interest group within the Center for Workplace Diversity Research has been extremely active in scholarly activities. Highlighted below are several presentations and publications of their quality contributions to various topics within the areas of diversity studies.
Dr. Kimberly Underwood will serve as the new University Research Chair for CWDR.
The manuscript she co-authored was titled "Latina/o Professionals’ Career Success: Bridging the Corporate American Divide."
The article was written by students Barbara Hidleburg, Demetrice Williams, Haysetta Shuler, and Kimily Faulk.
Recent accomplishments from faculty and I-O psychology PhD students on two scholarship activities.
On April 14, 2016, Mr. Robert Stokes represented CWDR and University of Phoenix as one of the panelists.