I'm also the Chief Research Officer for Cloverleaf, a company whose technology platform helps bring "coaching for everyone."
My goal is to bridge the gap between science and practice for all things human capital.
I've published over 25 peer-reviewed articles in leading academic journals, including the Journal of Organizational Behavior, Journal of Applied Psychology, Leadership Quarterly, and Human Relations, and presented my research over 30 times at international conferences. I also serve on the editorial boards of the Journal of Organizational Behavior and Group and Organization Management.
I've consulted organizations on a wide range of initiatives such as improved assessment techniques and the development of leadership development programs.
I've also conducted leadership development and team-building workshops for organizations across the country. Through my partnership with the Gerhardt Group, I offer workshops specializing in Gallup’s strengths-based leadership, emotional intelligence, values-based leadership, and Gentelligence® (i.e., generational intelligence).
I offer several free resources for those interested in human capital:
A bi-monthly newsletter called Resources for Human Capital Enthusiasts, where I offer evidence-based insight on timely topics.
An E-Book, called A Field Guide for Human Capital to Human Capital Assessments. This field guide offers scientifically-informed, practically-relevant, and easy-to-read insights about human capital assessments. The goal is to give readers a resource for pinpointing answers to common human capital assessment questions.
Free, validated, and theoretically grounded assessments on a variety of workplace phenomenon. These short assessments immediately calculate results and generate a report; perfect for those interested in increasing their self-awareness.
A blog through Psychology Today called “What We Really Want in a Leader” where I help readers stay current on contemporary human capital trends.