Charmon Williams

Charmon

Parker-Williams

Charmon Williams

Department Faculty

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  • Campus:
  • Downtown Chicago
Department
Business Psychology
Institution
The Chicago School of Professional Psychology
Address Map of 325 N Wells St Chicago IL 60654
Office 732
325 N Wells Street
Chicago, IL 60654
Office Phone
312-467-2545
Email
Biography

Charmon Parker Williams, Ph.D. is an assistant professor in the Business Psychology Department at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology. Prior to her appointment as Assistant Professor, Dr. Williams served as an adjunct instructor for the School, beginning in 2009. She has also served as an adjunct professor for Northwestern University's Kellogg School of Management. Prior to working at TCSPP, Dr. Williams achieved results in a variety of leadership roles including Program Manager for HR Strategy and Executive Talent Management for Hewitt Associates; Vice President for the Human Resources Management and Workforce Diversity Consulting Practice at James H. Lowry & Associates; Personnel Officer at Harris Trust and Savings Bank, and Personnel Psychologist for the United States Office of Personnel Management. She has a private consulting practice which focuses on Organizational Development, Diversity and Inclusion, Leadership Assessment and Coaching, Strategic Planning for Non-Profits, and Training Facilitation. Her accomplishments transcend a variety of industries in the private, non-profit, and public sectors.

A published author and speaker on leadership development, career management, and diversity, Dr. Williams has presented at several national conferences and has created a signature workshop and published a book on Personal Branding. Additionally, she has been a contributing writer for a number of industry related magazines for more than a decade. Dr. William's research interests include cross-cultural competency on global teams, factors associated with expatriate success, the application of I/O Psychology frameworks to small businesses and non-traditional industries, and career branding

Education History
Degree Institution
B.A. in Psychology Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY
M.S. in Industrial/Organizational Psychology Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago, IL
Ph.D. in Industrial/Organizational Psychology Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago, IL
Presentations
Title Location Date
Professional Development Workshop on Building a Brand Legacy for Attendees at the 10th Annual Diversity MBA Magazine Business Leaders Conference and Awards Gala Chicago, IL 09/14/16
Diversity in the Classroom: Lessons Learned. Presentation for the Multi-Campus Integration Conference of The Chicago School of Professional Psychology. Chicago, IL 11/2015
Cultivating a Leadership Brand. Presentation to NSF/OURS (Opportunities for Underrepresented Scholars) Residency Program Participants- Pathways to Leadership – HBCU Administrators Cohort – STEM Disciplines Washington, D.C. 11/2014
Leading Across Borders: The Dynamics of National Culture, Business & Theory. Presentation for the Race, Ethnicity and Place (REP) Conference. Fort Worth, TX 10/2014
Professional Development Workshop on Personal Branding for Attendees at the 7th Annual Diversity MBA Magazine Business Leaders Conference and Awards Gala Chicago, IL 9/2013
Creating Cross Cultural Competencies within Global Teams. Presentation for the Race, Ethnicity and Place (REP) Conference San Juan, Puerto Rico 10/2012
Cross-Cultural Competencies on Global Teams. Presentation for the Cultural Impact Conference of The Chicago School of Professional Psychology. Chicago, IL 1/2011
Publications
Books

Parker Williams, C. (2013). Personal Branding Bloopers, Blunders and Boo Boos and How to Climb Back!. Deerfield, IL: Fingertip Information Publications.

Journals

Raju, N. Pappas, S., and Parker Williams, C. (1989). An Empirical Monte Carlo Test of the Accuracy of the Correlation, Covariance, and Regression Slope Models for Assessing Validity Generalization. Journal of Applied Psychology, 74 (6), p 901-911.

Magazines

Parker Williams, C. (2009). Leading through the Fog. Diversity MBA Magazine.

Parker Williams, C. (2008). Ethics and Values in Leadership: An Organizational Profile. Diversity MBA Magazine.

Parker Williams, C. (2008). Work-Life Balance and the C-Suite: An Oxymoron?. Diversity MBA Magazine.

Parker Williams, C. (2008). Revisiting Your Personal Brand. Diversity MBA Magazine.

Parker Williams, C. (2005). Career Strategies for IT Professionals. Black IT Professional Magazine.

Parker Williams, C. (2005). Determining Organizational Fit. Black IT Professional Magazine.

Parker Williams, C. (2004). Preparing for Overseas IT Assignments – Outsourcing: A Tale of Two Cities. Black IT Professional Magazine.

Parker Williams, C. (2004). Outsourcing Trends in Information Technology. Black IT Professional Magazine.

Parker Williams, C. (2007). Succession Planning – The Business Case for Leader Commitment. Black MBA Magazine.

Parker Williams, C. (2005). Diversity and Inclusion: How Three Companies Walk the Walk. Black MBA Magazine.

Parker Williams, C. (2005). Mentoring – Building the Foundation for a Successful Partnership. Black MBA Magazine.

Parker Williams, C. (2003). Revisiting the Black Gender Gap: Bridges for MBAs. Black MBA Magazine.