Melvin Smith

 

 


 

Intuitively, we know the relationship between leaders and employees can have dramatic effect on employee contribution and organizational success. Melvin Smith’s research and teaching reveal the structure. His work on the nature of leadership and the role emotional intelligence plays in work relationships is widely recognized for its insight. Smith also studies the connection between social networks and organizational performance. The work has yielded real-world results in public education, healthcare and a variety of other fields.

PhD, University of Pittsburgh, 2002

MBA, Clark Atlanta University, 1986

BS, Purdue University, 1983

Initially Appointed: 2002

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Dec 5th 2016

Coaching can inspire and motivate people to learn, change and be effective leaders, among other roles in life. Although most attempts are “coaching for compliance” (coaching someone to your wishes or expectations), decades of behavioral and neuroscience research show us that “coaching with compassion” (coaching someone to their dreams and desires) is more effective.

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