Posted 5.31.16Weatherhead is pleased to acknowledge the following individuals for their excellent work as undergraduate students at Weatherhead.
Posted 5.31.16Weatherhead is pleased to recognize the following students who have been selected by their peers for demonstrating excellence in their careers at Weatherhead.
Posted 5.23.16Diane Bergeron, associate professor of organizational behavior, spoke at the City Club with Priyanka Chaudhry, Partner at EY, and Kathleen Clyde, State Representative of Ohio's 75th District, about the gender pay gap and gender equity in the workplace.
Posted 5.23.16Ruth Bernstein was featured in a Faculty Spotlight article at the University of Washington.
Posted 5.20.16Weatherhead is pleased to recognize the faculty in 2016 who have been selected as exemplars in each of the areas of the profession: research, teaching and service.
Posted 5.17.16Youngjin Yoo, PhD, will return to Weatherhead in July as the Elizabeth M. and William C. Treuhaft Professor of Entrepreneurship in the Department of Design & Innovation.
Posted 5.17.16Beyond Magazine features stories from around the world that exemplify leadership in design, innovation and sustainability through a personal, inspiring and engaging lens.
Posted 5.16.16Cleveland Clinic appoints Linda McHugh as new chief human resource officer.
Posted 5.16.16Tabeling was recently named Senior Vice President of Digital at Brandmuscle.
Posted 5.16.16Case Western Reserve University has honored David L. Cooperrider, a global expert on Appreciative Inquiry (AI) with the Weatherhead School of Management, as a Distinguished University Professor.
Posted 5.10.16Diem was recently appointed Senior Vice President of Business and Corporate Development at Medgenics, Inc.
Posted 5.10.16David Cooperrider, PhD, Fairmount Santrol - David L. Cooperrider Professor in Appreciative Inquiry, discusses what he believes to be the most important business-for-good movement in the world today, the shift from sustainability to flourishing.
Posted 5.10.16Weatherhead alum Mariana Amatullo served on the National Design Awards as the lead in the 2016 awards jury.
Posted 5.6.16Gregory Jonas, PhD, associate professor of accountancy, says that CPAs are well positioned to take on significant corporate social responsibility (CSR) and sustainability roles as an increasing number of companies seek verification of their reporting.
Posted 5.5.16Shade joins Opus Bank as Managing Director, Senior Client Manager - Commercial Banking, Arizona Region
Posted 5.5.16MSM-Finance students travel to Chicago to visit Trading Technologies, CME Group, TechNexus, and TrendPointer.
Posted 5.2.16In our own coaching practices, or in our coaching relationships with others, there is a persistent quest to strike up the right chemistry between coach and coachee. A significant body of academic work has promoted the importance of coaching relationships being coachee-centric - that is, coaching should work on the principle that it is the coachee's development that should ultimately guide the coaching process and experience. However, there still remains a need for coaches to present and conduct themselves as competent professionals with the required skillset and expertise to assist and develop the coachee in a way that they could not achieve on their own.
Posted 5.2.16Attitudinal and behavioral changes on the part of a coachee are often thought to be the hallmarks of a successful coaching intervention. Two useful proxies for determining these kinds of changes are receptiveness to feedback on the part of the coachee and the development of a coachee's level of self-awareness. A recently published Israeli study of executive coaching, based on a sample of 200 participants (including executives and coaches), sought to establish what characteristics in both the coachee themselves and the nature of the coaching relationship in question were positively related to both receptiveness to feedback and self-awareness on the part of the coachee.
Posted 5.2.16As one of the originators of the concept of sustainable value, Laszlo, PhD, professor of organizational behavior, brings a wealth of experience and passion to his role in the Fowler Center.
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