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Sawyer to speak in Poland

Carol H. Sawyer, professor of organizational leadership, will be traveling to Poznan, Poland, in May to present on the topic “Learning Globally Management Education That Connects Through Learning Theory and Reflection,” at the fourth international conference on Innovation in Management.

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Ledbetter takes MSLM chair

Bernice Ledbetter has held the position of chairwoman of the University’s master of science in leadership management program since August, replacing Carol Sawyer, professor of organizational leadership who held the position for more than 11 years.

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Accompanied for moral support by his wife Rosella Forte, Samuel A. Culbert, professor of management at UCLA’s Anderson Graduate School of Management, lectured Monday night in La Fetra Hall. Culbert is the author of “Mind-Set Management: The Heart of Leadership,” an important and practical work that describes the use of psychology instead of manipulation to influence others. The event was sponsored by the Master of Science, Leadership and Management Program, “Coffee, Cake, and Conversation.” This is the 10th year of the program. / photo by Jenna Campbell

Series teaches management theory

In its 10th year, the Master of Science, Leadership and Management Program’s Coffee, Cake and Conversation series welcomed Samuel Culbert, co-author of “Don’t Kill the Bosses!” who addressed the complex nature of business and the importance of change in the traditional chain of command.

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