- Campus President
The Chicago School of Professional Psychology
- Education History
Degree Institution PhD, Organizational Psychology Alliant International University, Los Angeles, CA MA, Organizational Psychology Alliant International University, Los Angeles, CA MS, Family Relations Eastern Michigan University, Ypsilanti, MI BS, Child Development University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT
- Professional Memberships
Role Organization Board Trustee Organization Development Network Member DFW ODN Editorial Board The OD Practitioner Advisory Council Harvard Business Review (HBR) Executive Research Board Member Talent Management Magazine’s Human Capital Advisory Board: Leadership Development HR.com / Institute for Human Resources Advisory Board: Workforce Planning and Analytics HR.com / Institute for Human Resources
Stakeholder Centered Coaching, Marshall Goldsmith Executive Coach (ICF Approved), Center for Executive Coaching Professional in Human Resources (PHR), HRCI Certified HR Professional, SHRM Leadership Program – Master Facilitator, Achieve Global Situational Leadership II, The Ken Blanchard Companies Situational Team Leadership, The Ken Blanchard Companies Targeted Selection, Development Dimensions International (DDI) TeamSTEPPS: Master Trainer, Department of Defense (DoD) & Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) DiSC, Inscape Publishing CORE MAP (Personality Assessment), Quantum Leap Systems NLP Practitioner
Sherry Buffington, Gina Morgan, Julie Overholt, Glen Earl (2011). Exiting OZ: How the New Generation Workforce is Changing the Face of Business Forever & What Organizations Must Do to Survive (Thrive). Dallas, TX: Quinn Star Publishing.
Kathryn Stafford (2018). Work the Problem: How Experts Tackle Workplace Challenges. In ATD Press (pp. 98-100; 135-138). Alexandria, VA: ATD Press.
Glen Earl. (2017). How to be a gold medal winner in your game of life.. LinkedIn Pulse.
Glen Earl. (2017). A Patient-Centered Culture Begins with a Focus on Healthcare Workers. ATD Magizine.
Glen Earl. (2014). Generational Instruction Design Strategies. Training Pros. 9
- Question and Answer
What advice would you give to a student entering The Chicago School?
Be ready to work hard; be focused; expect to have a life-changing experience; spend as much time on yourself as you do your studies; feel proud of your accomplishments; choose to help transform the world, whether that is across the street or across the ocean; take care of yourself and the significant others in your life; be realistic; be determined to excel; be significant, find/strengthen your voice; stand up, speak up; ensure that this school, its programs, the administrators, faculty and staff provide to you the very best possible educational experience possible; expect to be different on the other side of your education; graduate; expect that you and your assumptions, beliefs and world view will be challenged;