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Spring 2014 MAOL presentations start Thursday

Each semester, graduating students from the Masters of Arts in Organizational Leadership present their thesis or action projects to the community.  Over the next two months, presentations will be held on campus and throughout the community. All presentations are free and open to the public.

This spring's schedule includes:

Thursday, March 6

Megan Henning and Brenda Eckert: “Effective Mentorship Approaches for Workplace Development and Engagement”
1–1:45 p.m.
Wells Fargo Tower
3rd Floor, Conference Rooms E and F
90 S. 7th St.
Minneapolis, MN 55402

Saturday, March 22

Stacy Warner: “Employee Performance Management for the Next Generation of Business”
1:45 a.m.–12:30 p.m., Library 128, St. Paul Campus

Wednesday, March 26

Kristine Sievert: “How New Leaders at UnitedHealth Group Best Build and Sustain Trusted, Collaborative Relationships through Electronically-Mediated Communication”
12–12:45 p.m.
UnitedHealth Group
9700 Healthcare Lane
Minnetonka, MN 55343

Friday, April 4

Mary Weber: “Effective Performance Evaluations Reconciling the Requirements of the Organization with the Feedback Preferences of Millennials in the Workplace”
4–4:45 p.m., Library 128, St. Paul Campus

Rejoice Tarfa: “Multinational companies: A study of Corporate Social Responsibility and strategies for extending it to stakeholders”
5–5:45 p.m., Library 128, St. Paul Campus

Saturday, April 5

Linda Zeilig: “Developing a Distinctive Voice of Leadership”
11:45 a.m.–12:30 p.m., Library 128, St. Paul Campus

Thursday, April 10

Bryan Anderson: “Co-Creating a Culture for Knowledge Transfer and Employee Retention: Millennial Preferences in Small and Midsize Architecture Firms”
4–4:45 p.m., Library 128, St. Paul Campus

Friday, April 11

Umme-Abeeha Karin: “Strategies to Support Longer Tenured Health Care Employees through Organizational Change”
4–4:45 p.m., Library 128, St. Paul Campus

Chong Lee: “Barriers and Possibilities for More Gender Diverse Leadership in the Hmong Community”
5–5:45 p.m., Library 128, St. Paul Campus

Saturday, April 12

Chriss Joyce: “The Gender Spectrum and its Impact on Workplace Dynamics”
11:45-12:30 p.m., Library 128, St. Paul Campus

Anne Louise Liska: “Minnesota Based Organizations’ Community & Consumer Impacts Through Charitable Giving Practices”
4:14–5 p.m., Library 128, St. Paul Campus

Thursday, May 1

Nicole Hines: “Creating Economic and Social Impact: Leadership Decision-making in the Context of Shared Value”
4–5 p.m., Library 128, St. Paul Campus

Erica Mauter: “Effectiveness and Ethical Implications of Ranked Choice Voting in Minneapolis 2013 Elections”
5–6 p.m., Library 128, St. Paul Campus

Friday, May 2

Margaret Collins: “Coworker Discretionary Support: Developing and Exploring a Construct”
4–5 p.m., Library 128, St. Paul Campus

Esete (Mimi) Bekele: “Microfinance in the Twin Cities: A Means to Economic Empowerment for Women”
5–5:45 p.m., Library 128, St. Paul Campus

Saturday, May 3

Kelly Johnson: “Best Practices for Continued Competency in Ethical Decision Making for Registered Nurses”
3:15–4 p.m., Library 128, St. Paul Campus

Kathryn Tarasewicz: “Navigating conflict by integrating emotional intelligence with conflict management techniques.”
4:15–5 p.m., Library 128, St. Paul Campus

March 3, 2014 by Ashley de los Reyes '15

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