All of PEC instructors, consultants, trainers and coaches are highly qualified and experienced in their areas of expertise. Provided is information on just some of the highly successful and exceptionally experienced PEC instructors with highlights of their experience.
|Lisa M. Barley, Ph.D.
||Greg Huszczo, Ph.D.
||Jane P. Stephenson |
|Richaurd (Rick) Camp, Ph.D.
||Denise Tanguay, Ph.D. |
|Dibya Choudhuri, Ph.D.
||Stewart Tubbs, Ph.D. |
|Christine Day, Ph.D.
||Julie K. Norris
||Mary Vielhaber, Ph.D.|
||Deborah O'Neil, Ph.D.
||Diana Wong, Ph.D. |
|Larry Godfrey, Ph.D.
Lisa M. Barley, Ph.D.
Lisa Barley, Ph.D. received her bachelor's and master’s in communication from Kent State University and her Ph.D. from Wayne State University. Barley has taught courses at many universities and in acknowledgement of her teaching abilities, she received the "Outstanding Faculty in Classroom Instruction—Beyond the Call of Duty Award" and “The Outstanding Lecturer in Classroom Instruction Award from The Holman Learning Center. She received the “Outstanding Service in Higher Education” award from the Department of Intercollegiate Athletics at Eastern Michigan University.
Richaurd (Rick) Camp, Ph.D.
Rick Camp, Ph.D., received his doctorate in industrial and organizational psychology and taught interviewing at the University of Michigan for over 20 years. He is a professor of management at EMU, where he teaches courses in staffing and training. He also served on the editorial board of The Journal of Business and Psychology. He is first author of "Strategic Interviewing: How to Hire Good People", 2001, Jossey Bass, which has been translated into four different languages. He provided interviewer training for a wide range of companies in 20 different countries including Egon Zehnder International and Spencer Stuart. Other clients include American Capital, Ancor, Konica -Minolta, Shands Hospital, Johnson Controls, Scholastic Magazine, Fisher Scientific, Cargill, Wal-Mart, Lockheed Martin Inc, Warnaco, Ford Motor, GM, Dominos Pizza and a variety of others.
Dibya Choudhuri, Ph.D.
Dibya Choudhuri, Ph.D., is experienced in facilitating effective change in individuals and groups for over 14 years. Her expertise focuses on professional development of women in organizations as well as international cultural competencies and diversity management to enable organizational effectiveness in making global transitions. She is a licensed professional counselor and a certified coach for the Hays Group 360 degree Emotional Competency Inventory.
She holds credentials as a nationally certified counselor and clinical supervisor. She earned a Ph.D. in counselor education and supervision from Syracuse University and a master's in counseling from the University of Vermont. She is currently an associate professor of counseling at Eastern Michigan University.
Christine Day, Ph.D.
Christine Day, Ph.D., has extensive global experience on five continents. She holds a bachelor’s in English and master’s degrees in English and communication. Her Ph.D. has an emphasis of organizational development and communication. She has also published numerous articles and books. Day has taught in the College of Business at EMU on topics including management, human resources, communications and international management, at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. She has also taught at University of Detroit/Mercy, Madonna University, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, and graduate classes at Baker College and The University of Michigan-Dearborn. She is owner and manager of a consulting company providing training in areas such as leadership, managerial skills and organizational development.
Ellen Dolsen is principal of innovative resources and has 25 years of leadership and training experience in both business and nonprofit organizations. Before creating her own company, she held management positions in a Fortune Top 10 insurance company, automotive-related manufacturing, higher education and a state hospital association. She has conducted hundreds of training courses in leadership and supervision, communication, problem solving, team building, presentation skills and conflict resolution.
She holds a master's in counseling and business administration from Appalachian State University. She is a member of the local ASTD and Association of Psychological Type. She holds certifications in ECI, Myers-Briggs, Business Process Improvement, Achieve Global and Huthwaite Research Group for Advanced Negotiation.
Larry Godfrey, Ph.D.
Larry Godfrey earned his Ph.D. in counseling and human services from the University of Toledo and also holds a master’s in educational psychology and bachelor’s in psychology and business. He has extensive experience in leadership development and executive coaching, and as an organizational development and change management consultant. He brings over 40 years of experience working in Fortune 100 organizations. Godfrey currently is working with a global non-profit, located in Switzerland, a national grocery chain and a global health care organization, to create leadership development processes. He is president and senior executive coach at a global coaching, counseling and consulting practice.
Greg Huszczo, Ph.D.
Greg Huszczo, Ph.D. is an industrial/organizational psychologist by training. Through his passion for teams, he discovered the seven key ingredients for team excellence. He discovered his interest in work teams in large part because of his experiences as a UAW member and assembly worker at a Big Three truck plant just outside of Detroit where he was fired three times in four months. He has consulted for over 100 organizations including: Ford Motor Company, Visteon, General Motors, Freightliner, Navistar, J.I. Case, Unisys, Woodbridge, La-Z-Boy, Kellogg, Australian Postal System, Credit Acceptance Corporation, National Coalition for Community and Justice, Society of Manufacturing Engineers, Facility Management Institute, several unions and more.
Lois Mahoney, Ph.D.
Lois Mahoney, Ph.D., is a certified public and management accountant. Her training and research is focused in the areas of ethics and accounting information systems. She is cited as one of the top prolific accounting authors and is actively involved in the Institute of Management Accountants and American Accounting Association. She has organized and facilitated/presented at major accounting conferences and has provided training to both finance and accounting professionals and accounting novices.
Geri Markley is an executive coach and a consultant in organizational performance excellence. She serves as executive director of the Michigan Quality Council. She is president of GMark, Inc., a training and consulting firm assisting clients through systematic methods such as the Baldrige Criteria for Performance Excellence, lean/six sigma and project management. She has delivered training to the University of Michigan, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Ford-UAW and GM-UAW. She is qualified in Myers-Briggs Type Indicator, emotional intelligence and group development. She is a Fellow in the American Society for Quality, holds a number of quality certifications, and is certified as a project management professional by the Project Management Institute. She is an alumni examiner with the Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Program and serves as judge with the Ohio Partnership for Excellence.
Julie K. Norris
Julie K. Norris, associate certified coach, specializes in bringing clients’ leadership and interpersonal communication skills up to the level of their technical abilities. She has 20 years of experience working with over 100 organizations including: University of Michigan Health Care Systems, Botsford Hospital, Mid-Michigan Health System, Aetna US Healthcare, Novartis, Sanofi-Aventis and White Plains Hospital Center, Price Waterhouse Coopers, American Express, Chase Manhattan Bank, Deloitte & Touche, Lockheed Martin and Bosch.
She presents at national and international conferences on coaching topics. She instructed at Cornell University and Temple University in the areas of executive leadership, building respectful workplaces, teambuilding and mastering communication skills. She is also a contributing author to Choice Magazine (professional coaching) and to the Law Practice Management column of the Pennsylvania Bar News. She earned her law degree from Duquesne University School of Law.
Deborah O'Neil, Ph.D.
Deborah O'Neil, Ph.D. has over 20 years experience in management, leadership and organization development. She is engaged in both the academic and business worlds as a professor, executive coach and organizational consultant. She is a visiting professor in the Department of Management, College of Business Administration, Bowling Green State University. She is also a senior lecturer in the Organizational Behavior Department at the Weatherhead School of Management, Case Western Reserve University teaching classes in leadership development in the executive MBA and executive education programs.
Suzanne Paetzer has over 25 years of corporate leadership roles. She has coached senior executives, directors, managers and newly promoted leaders in small domestic to large, international companies in the areas of results-based leadership strengthening, performance enhancement, career and assimilation coaching and expatriation/repatriation transition. Her corporate experience included leading major strategic human capital initiatives as a human resources leader, senior business partner, consultant, and leadership development coach. She has expertise in the areas of leadership and personal development/coaching, human capital consulting, assimilation, change management, strategic HR consulting, succession planning, and merger and acquisition strategy advisory and implementation.
Jane P. Stephenson
Jane P. Stephenson is president of J.P. Consulting, Inc. and has over fifteen years experience in delivering training programs in the areas of leadership, human resource development, communication, conflict resolution, team building, business basics and business writing. She has extensive experience consulting with businesses on targeted skill application; her client base includes universities, automotive, service businesses and non-profit organizations. She holds a bachelor’s in psychology from Central Michigan University and a master’s in human resources and organizational development from Eastern Michigan University.
Denise Tanguay, Ph.D.
Denise Tanguay, Ph.D., is professor of management in the College of Business at EMU, where she has served as associate dean, interim department head of the Department of Marketing and special assistant to the provost for planning. She has also served as co-director of the master’s in human resources and organizational development.
For over 20 years, she has served as an executive coach, consultant, trainer and arbitrator for public and private sectors organizations including manufacturing and healthcare, universities and unions. She has worked for General Motors in China. She is certified as a senior professional in human resources. Her consulting work includes a national report on the corporate hiring and use of retirees for the American Association of Retired Persons, a monograph on employee involvement programs for the U.S. Department of Labor, as well as publications in such journals as Human Relations, Human Development Quarterly and The Gerontologist.
Stewart Tubbs, Ph.D.
Stewart L. Tubbs, Ph.D., is the Darrell H. Cooper professor of leadership and former dean of the College of Business at EMU. He is also a visiting professor of leadership in the executive MBA program at Koc University in Istanbul, Turkey. He received his doctorate from the University of Kansas. He has completed postdoctoral study at Harvard Business School, Stanford Graduate School of Business and The Center for Creative Leadership in Greensboro, North Carolina. He served as associate dean of the College of Business at Boise State University. He also served as chair of the Management Department at Boise State University. Prior to that, he was the Harold P. Rodes professor of organizational behavior at General Motors Institute. He also served as assistant director of community leadership development for the University of Kansas. He has also consulted for numerous corporations and has won five awards for his outstanding teaching.
Mary Vielhaber, Ph.D.
Mary Vielhaber, Ph.D., professor of management at EMU and teaches managerial communication, human resource development, organizational development. She received her Ph.D. in communication from the University of Michigan. She served two years as an acting associate graduate dean, three years on a special assignment in the President's Office. As a communication consultant and an executive coach, she worked in a variety of organizations, both for-profit and not-for-profit.
For over 20 years, she has been on the faculty of The Executive Education Program at the University of Michigan where she has taught in the Management II Program and the strategic interviewing program. Currently, she is a coach in the Reuters Leadership Program at the University of Michigan.
Diana Wong, Ph.D.
Diana Wong, Ph.D., researches strategic alliances, merger and acquisition integration, learning and technological innovations, and international management of global strategies. In addition to committee work at EMU, she has consulting experience with organizations in health care, automotive and economic development. Her professional involvement includes the Academy of Management, Academy of International Business, Strategic Management Society, North American Case Research Association, Eastern Academy of Management, Southern Academy of Management and the Caribbean Studies Association. She reviews for various conferences and publications such as Human Relations, Groups and Organization Management, Journal of Business Research, and Journal of Organization and Change Management.