What it Takes to Obtain a Doctorate Degree: A Webinar with Dr. Raymond M. Delaney Jr.
On May 30, 2018, Dr. Delaney will share his successes and failures of obtaining a doctorates degree and learning to apply the knowledge acquired to a practical world. The audience can expect to learn about the realities of implementing the scholarship, practitioner, leadership model in the 21st century. Dr. Delaney will expound on techniques for proper planning and preparations for developing deliverables and outcomes while making a collective impact as well as discuss the power of internal motivation and emotional intelligence. Lastly, he will share personal experiences for staying disciplined, maintaining integrity, and delivering results.
Dr. Raymond M. Delaney Jr. has worked in the criminal justice field approximately 15 years in government, public, and nonprofit organizations. Dr. Delaney is a veteran of the United States Army Reserves and an Entrepreneur. Community activist and organizer can describe his servitude. Scholastic endeavors include; published works, authorship, and a peer reviewer for government and private organizations. His research agenda surrounds higher education, criminal justice issues, corrections, business, leadership, and management acumen. He is an assistant professor of criminal justice at Southern University at New Orleans. Dr. Delaney earned his bachelor’s and Master’s Degree in Criminal Justice from Southern University at New Orleans.
In 2014, he obtained his Doctorate in Management and Organizational Leadership from the University of Phoenix, School of Advanced Studies. In 2016, the American Jail Association acknowledged Dr. Delaney as one of 35 under Thirty-Five young, accomplished and influential industry professionals. He is currently the President and CEO of Louisiana Council of Resources, a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organizations dedicated to providing reentry services to justice-involved persons with special needs that are returning to the community from prison. Dr. Delaney spends countless hours working with people to help improve their lives, communities, and society.
The webinar will be held on Wednesday, May 30, 2018 at 4pm Arizona time (4pm Pacific time).