Conferences are an opportunity to learn new information,gain new perspectives, and to connect to the world in your field.

The Cultural Conflict in the Workplace research community actively presents at various conferences throughout the US.

Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences (ACJS) provides an annual international conference for criminal justice professors. The conference is held over four days (1000 + attendees) in various locations. This year's conference was held in  Baltimore, Maryland. Our group had been presenting at these conferences since 2013. These are the locations of future conferences:

              2020 - San Antonio, TX

              2021 - Orlando, FL

              2022 - Lss Vegas, NV

During the ACJS conferences, we assist in the selling of the ACJS Corrections section T- Shirts which proceeds benefit student scholarships and local charities connected to Corrections.


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Ray Bynum



Journal of Leadership Studies-Symposium Piece-Relational Leadership: Perspectives of Key Constructs on Diversity, Inclusion, and Social Equity in Higher Education

Psychology Today
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American Psychological Association Conference-Utilizing Clinical Hypnotherapeutic Intervention with CBT to Treat Pandemic-Aug. 13-2021 Symptomology

ILA Conference Geneva Switzerland 2021
Presenter -Topic-"The Stress Arc in Leadership and 3 Powerful Disciplines for Mitigating Major Stress Impacts in a New Era"-Upcoming
Presenter -Topic-“Improving Higher Education’s Role in Diversity and Social Equity through Relational Leadership in the New Era”-Upcoming
Presenter-Topic-"Healthcare Leadership-Using Virtuous Leadership in Chaos to Reimagine Beneficial Practices of Employee Cognitive Psychology"-Upcoming
2021-Knowledge Without Boundaries National Summit-College of Doctoral Studies Research Conference-University of Phoenix-Panel Discussion-"Exploring Emergent Trends in Leadership and Education"-Based on published symposia article from the Journal of Leadership Studies-


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