College Faculty Experts - Speakers Bureau

 

One of our greatest assets are our nationally and internationally known faculty who are subject matter experts. As a part of our Community Outreach program, they are willing to volunteer their time to speak to local schools and community organizations. 

To request faculty speakers, please contact them directly on their availability. 


Patricia Castelli

Contact: pcastelli@ltu.edu | 248.204.3066 | Room: M309B

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  • Leadership
  • Leadership Development
  • Reflective Leadership
  • Global Leadership
  • Managing Global Teams
  • Cultural Diversity
  • Motivation Theories
  • Teamwork
  • Human Resource Management
Matthew Cole

Contact: mcole@ltu.edu | 248.204.3096 |
Room: M316

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  • Business Statistics and Research Methodology
  • Entrepreneurship and Entrepreneurial Mindset
  • Human Resource Management Mindfulness, and Emotional Intelligence
  • Organization Development and Change
  • Organizational Behavior Management
  • Organizational Culture
  • Positive Psychology, Appreciative Inquiry, and SOAR
  • Strategic Thinking
  • Teamwork (Virtual and Face-to-Face)
  • Business Coaching
Chih-Hao (Justin) Ku

Contact: cku@ltu.edu | 248.204.3069 |
Room: M309A

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  • Visual Analytics
  • Social Media Analytics
  • Text Mining
  • Crowdsourcing
Jacqueline Stavros

Contact: jstavros@ltu.edu | 248.204.3063 |
Room: M314

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  • Appreciative Inquiry (AI)
    • Creating Great Conversations
    • Creating Positive Change in Your Life
  • Positive Approaches to Leadership and Change (AI and SOAR)
  • Positive Psychology – Flourishing and Mindfulness
  • Strategy/Strategic Management
  • Strategic Thinking, Planning, and Leading
  • Organization Development Management Development
    • Principles of Effective Management
    • Building and Managing Teams
    • Effective Communications (channels, written, oral)
    • Learning to SOAR
    • Motivation
  • Leadership Development
  • Sustainability: Triple Bottom Line (People, Planets, and Profit)
  • Entrepreneurship – How to Start A Business
Pavlo Tsebro

Contact: ptsebro@ltu.edu | 248.204.3073 |
Room: M314B

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  • Entrepreneurial Finance: basic financial tools needed in running a small business. Brief descriptions: presentation of financial metrics/tools for short-term financial planning (operations, liquidity) for effective decision-making and controlling purposes; long-term financial decisions (measuring profitability of business and using various risk metrics).
  • Personal Finance: discussion of rational financial behavior - what represents a good financial discipline and habits, what are common mistakes done by many people in their regular financial decisions; presentation and discussion of key financial decisions made by individuals (use of debt, ownership vs. rent decisions etc.), investments for individuals.
  • Derivatives: how these tools can be used by individual investors and traders. Brief description: presentation of basic applications of futures and options by individual investors and traders: what are advantages of using these tools, what are the risks associated with derivatives.

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LTU prof co-authors book on improving life and work through 'Conversations Worth Having' 

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