Sherri Hill

Sherri Hill

Dissertation Affiliate Faculty
  • Assistant Professor
    Business Psychology Department
  • The Chicago School Chicago
    The Chicago School Online
Business Psychology
The Chicago School of Professional Psychology (Online)
Office Location
Office Phone
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With over 25 years of experience, Sherri Hill, PhD is an accomplished healthcare executive with leadership and organizational development expertise. She currently has front-line responsibility for implementing improvement strategies to drive change and achieve results within a community healthcare system. She has extensive experience in key facets of organizational development including strategic planning, quality management, leadership development, employee satisfaction and performance improvement. She is known for helping organizations use a systems approach to communicate effectively within teams.

Her research interests focus on factors that increase the level of employee initiative and proactive behavior in organizations. This includes speaking up to express constructive ideas for changes in organizational procedures and practice (PROSOCIAL VOICE). She is currently involved in a large-scale research program investigating prosocial voice among hospital nurses. Recently, Dr. Hill has co-authored a book chapter on systems thinking in healthcare organizations and provided consultation to Chicago area health systems.

  • BS., Nursing, Jamestown College
  • MS., Organizational Development, Loyola University
  • PhD., Industrial/Organizational Psychology, Northcentral University
Areas Of Expertise

Professional Membership

  • American Psychological Association Division 14—Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology

Teaching Philosophy

As an online instructor, I focus on creating a dynamic environment conducive to learning. I provide students with resources and practical information to support learning. I believe that learning never ends and in order to be successful in both the academic and business environments, we must be prepared to continue learning, changing and adapting. I believe that learning is not memorizing facts, but understanding concepts and applying them to real world situations. I strive to create a supportive learning environment where students can ask questions and together we can discover the answers. The online learning environment is a dynamic one. It requires people who will motivate thinking and change.