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"Networking Tips - How to Re-engage Post-pandemic"
Randall Lucius, Ph.D.
Director, Organizational Development
Join us for an interactive webinar to learn how to re-engage with your community, campus, and industry post-pandemic. Learn how to identify different personality types and use their preferred communications styles to become a more effective communicator and create connections.
About the Speaker
Dr. Lucius (a.k.a. “Randy”) has been with Emory for over 7 years and works within the Learning and Organizational Development Department of Human Resources for Emory University as the Director of Organizational Development. Prior to joining Emory he worked as a consultant, with over 20 years of progressive consulting experience that spans such diverse areas as executive assessment and coaching, job analysis, competency modeling, employee selection, litigation support, performance management, 360 degree feedback, frame-of-reference training, organizational re-structuring, employee opinion surveys, personality assessment, and leadership development. He has worked for numerous organizations of all sizes and types from small to the Fortune 500, government agencies, and non-profit. Lucius graduated from The University of Georgia with a doctorate degree in Industrial and Organizational (I/O0 Psychology. Prior experiences include Research Director for Fitability, Project Manager for Applied Psychological Techniques, and Vice President of the Turknett Leadership Group. Lucius is the co-author of the Fitability 5, a personality-based assessment administered to over a quarter-million individuals across the U.S. Lucius’ co-founded Organizational Diagnostics Online, a company acquired by Fitability in 2001. Lucius is a licensed psychologist, has served as an adjunct faculty member at Oglethorpe University, and once served as the President for the Atlanta Society of Applied Psychology. Lucius is also a part-time faculty member of the I/O Master’s degree program at the University of Georgia.
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