Please join us for "Time Management Gone Virtual" presented by our guest speaker, Dr. Velvet Landingham.
This session has been designed to help attendees understand how to manage time more effectually within remote contexts. We will explore differences in how time is perceived and used; when, why, and how to enlist different media; and how to effectively manage multiple and—at times—conflicting commitments.Who is Dr. Landingham?
Doctor of Philosophy in Organizational Behavior, Case Western University, 2004
Masters in Science in Management and Public Policy Carnegie Mellon University,
Bachelors of Science in Public Relations and Communications, Syracuse University
Dr. Landingham is an Associate Professor at Kent State University. She received her doctorate from Case Western Reserve University’s Weatherhead School of Management in 2004. She has taught courses at the undergraduate, graduate, and professional levels. Her accomplishments include publications and presentations in numerous referred journals and international conferences. She has published several book chapters in edited volumes and a range of articles in journals such as International Journal of Learning, International Journal of Business Strategy, and International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management. Dr. Landingham’s research and publication interests include: virtual teams, teamwork, leadership, individual and team performance, competency development, and technology enhanced education. In addition to her scholarly activities, she has nearly 20 years of experience designing, developing, and managing training and consulting initiatives within a wide array of organizations, ranging from hospitals to manufacturers and not-for-profit agencies. Areas of consultation include leadership, coaching, conflict resolution, competency development, diversity, and emotional intelligence.