My doctoral dissertation was a mixed methods study of leader cultural intelligence in diversity-oriented churches in the United States. Much of the research on this topic suggests that intercultural competencies are positively related to successful international engagements. However, the findings of my study establish significant relationships between leader cultural intelligence, top-management team openness to diversity, and leadership practices in domestic organizations in the United States. Having defended in January 2014, I have submitted key chapters for publication in the Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly and Missiology: An International Review—peer-reviewed journals.
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Organizational Development consultant offering twenty years of results in organizational strategy, leadership development and executive coaching. Documented top performance record delivering training and facilitation to promote strategic planning and change management initiatives in businesses, nonprofit organizations and higher education. I have a PhD in Organizational Leadership from Eastern University and a M.A. degree in Organizational Leadership from Gonzaga University. Specialties: Leadership/Organizational Development, Nonprofit Management, Executive Coaching, and Teaching Research Interests: Mixed-Methods, Multicultural Organizations, Intercultural Leadership, Cultural Intelligence, Diversity Climate
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