Dr. Sunyoung Park to present at Academy of Human Resource Development conference
Dr. Sunyoung Park, assistant professor in the School of Leadership and Human Resource Development (SLHRD) will attend the Academy of Human Resource Development (AHRD) International Research Conference February 17-21, 2016.
Dr. Park will present research in organizational commitment, team-oriented culture and women’s leadership.
Her research encourages conversations on the impact of organizational culture and the leaders’ value of talent, positive effects of a team-oriented workplace, and the challenges and success of multigenerational female leaders.
Dr. Park’s teaching focuses on the fields of instructional design, performance analysis, training and development, and research methods. She has several scholarly publications and presentations in those areas, including Ambiguity acceptance as a function of project management leadership: A new critical success factor and Comparing team learning approaches through the lens of Activity Theory.
UPDATE - 02/19/16
Dr. Park was awarded the Teaching Enhancement Fund at attend the AHRD International Conference. This award is intended specifically to fund travel to conferences and workshops where faculty will be exposed to discussions related to pedagogy.
AHRD was founded on May 7, 1993, to encourage the systematic study of Human Resource Development (HRD) theories, processes, and practices. AHRD also provides opportunities for social interaction among individuals with scholarly and professional interests in HRD, from multiple disciplines and from across the globe.
The LSU School of Leadership & Human Resource Development (SLHRD) offers programs dedicated to producing world class practitioners, leaders, and instructors in Leadership and Human Resource Development.
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