- IO/Business Psychology, Organization Leadership, Behavioral Economics
The Chicago School of Professional Psychology
Dr. Marlon Sukal is an associate professor for the Business Psychology department for The Chicago School of Professional Psychology Online. Dr. Sukal offers teaching and consulting experience in action research methodologies, organizational development, talent selection and management, organizational leadership, diversity, business development, and data analysis strategies. He is also an avid proponent of innovative software for pedagogical, research and career advances including SPSS and NVivo.
Dr. Marlon Sukal's research interests and expertise include work-life balance, career anchors, diversity and inclusion, telecommuting work arrangements, virtual team dynamics, person-culture fit, minority entrepreneurship, migrant identity, and social, organizational and behavioral competencies. Dr. Sukal has published articles in the American Psychology Association (APA) Online database and the Organization Management Journal (OMJ). He has a published meta-analysis dissertation and a book chapter within Entrepreneurial Women: New Management and Leadership Models. He is an active member of the ATD (Association for Talent Development), SIOP (Society for Industrial/Organizational Psychology), and ODN (Organizational Development Network).
- Education History
Degree Institution PhD-I/O Psychology Alliant International University, Los Angeles, CA MBA National University, San Diego/Los Angeles, CA BS-Biology Brooklyn College, New York, NY
- Professional Memberships
Role Organization Member SIOP Member APA Member ASTD Member NCME Member Psychometrika
- Areas of Expertise
Area Expertise Business/IO Psychology Organizational Psychology Career/Workplace Issues Career Counseling Leadership Work/Life Balance Diversity Cultural Issues Diversity Issues
- Professional Skills
conflict resolution, consumer psychology, cultural issues, diversity issues, employee: development, engagement, motivation, team-building, leadership, multicultural training, organizational psychology, psychological testing, stress, work/life balance, workplace issues