Industrial/Organizational Psychology MA (Concentration in Organizational Behavior)
The Organizational Behavior Network:
Because our students work in a variety of professions including human resources, accounting, engineering, education, consulting, and in corporate, non-profit and educational settings, they bring a unique multi-cultural perspective to the program.
During the course of their studies, students concentrating in Organizational Behavior develop a wide network of professional contacts that serve as a powerful resource for advice, referrals and practical materials as they share their knowledge and expertise. Students often reach out to their colleagues for assistance and are seldom disappointed.
In addition, current students, alumni, faculty and gather together periodically to share experiences, celebrate graduation and introduce family and friends to the program. Some highlights of these informal luncheons:
November 1999 - Networking and speaker Bob Guns on "Knowledge Management"
February 2000 - Networking and speaker Tony Dottino on "BrainSmart Leadership"
March 2005 - "Psychology of the Entrepreneur" - speaker, Glenn Montgomery
March 2007 - "The Leadership Style of Coach Wooden" - speaker, Bill Kane
April 2008 - "Moving From the Corporate World to a Private Coaching Practice" - speaker, Carol Bellini and panel
May 2009 - "International Leadership Development" - Mark Durham (Canada), Lucy Garofolo (South America), Laura Hall (Asia), Meg Paradise (Asia).
May 2010 - "The Future of Corporate Learning and Development" - Presentation and book preview by Damon Montal.
May 2011 -"The Future of Leadership" - Panel discussion with Kevin Heart (Macys), Joseph Stankovich (US Army), James O'Hern (Hess)
May 2012 - "Executive Coaching - What is it? Who gets it? Who does it" - Kevin Hart (Macys), Robert Goodell (Executive Coach), Damon Montal (Outplacement Coach)
May 2013 - "Building Your Career" - Anita Attridge (Executive Caoch), Damon Montal (Outplacement Coach), Daniel Ginsberg (Senior VP HR Macys)
May 2014 - "Work/Life Balance - Myth or Reality?" - Dr. Barry Ginsberg (Family Therapist), Daniel Ginsberg (Senior VP HR Macys), Anita Attridge, (Executive Coach)
May 2015 - "Left of Boom - Creating an engaged workforce to prevent disruption and encourage productivity" - James O'Hern (The Conference Board), Ilean Galloway (Eisai Corp)
Dr. Paul Strauss
Director of the Applied Leadership Programs
Department of Psychology and Counseling
Fairleigh Dickinson University
285 Madison Ave - M-AB2-01
Madison, NJ 07940