The Challenges of Leadership
May 16, 2018
Hosted by Dr. Sheryl White, with Guest Co-Host Dr. Undraye Howard
John Tropman, the Henry J. Meyer Collegiate Professor Emeritus of the School of Social Work at the University of Michigan, teaches nonprofit management courses at the School of Social Work and organizational behavior and human resources management courses at the Ross School of Business. John also teaches courses in effective decision-making and creativity for the University’s Executive Education program. During this podcast, he will describe the ways that the “Challenges of Leadership” have changed over the years, and, will explore the need to orchestrate high performing persons into high performing organizations.
Wednesday at 2 PM Pacific Time on VoiceAmerica Business Channel
Leadership Matters, the forum of choice for current and emerging public and nonprofit leaders. Dr. Sheryl White and Guest Co-Host Dr. Undraye Howard, along with their guests, explore practical tips for issues management, human capital strategies, and improving leadership effectiveness. Leadership Matters, your forum for Informing Leaders. Inspiring Solutions!
Dr. Sheryl White, with Guest Co-Host Dr. Undraye Howard
Dr. Sheryl White, a cultural psychologist, brings over 20 years of experience providing leadership, workforce, and organization development consulting, training, and coaching services to municipalities, nonprofits, educational institutions, and for-profit corporations worldwide. Dr. White, the Vice President of Training and Organization Development at Neighborhood House Association (NHA) in San Diego, CA and is also the founder of NHA’s social enterprise, InnoVisions, which provides professional, leadership, and organization development services to other organizations. Since 1999, Dr. White has served as an executive coach and facilitator with the Center for Creative Leadership. Dr. White is passionate about helping people work better, and better together.
Undraye Howard is vice president of the Center on Leadership at the Alliance for Strong Families and Communities. He also is an adjunct professor at several universities, where he teaches courses on youth, work development, leadership, communication practices and processes, and effectiveness in the human services world. Howard holds master’s in communication with an emphasis in training and development from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. He is currently pursuing his doctoral degree.