Join us on this week’s Black Doctors Talk Podcast which features our guest, Dr. Lonnie Morris who speaks to us regarding his work with companies and individuals on facilitation, strategic planning, leadership development, team building, process improvement, conflict resolution and change management. Dr. Morris is a seasoned scholar-practitioner, professor, consultant and author with more than 20 years of experience in leadership and service in an array of executive, management, consulting, and teaching capacities.
During the podcast, Dr. Morris shares how he has been on the fast-track in his career. As a former vice president for enrollment, senior consultant for higher education, senior consultant for leadership, and director of admissions, Dr. Morris's experiences have positioned him to be able to sit at various tables and seats to be the voice of Black people, minorities, and the youth. Despite having to occupy various positions, Dr. Morris has always believed in his abilities and what he contributes to an organization. He works to address leadership development for national ministries of education, capacity building for regional nonprofits, strategic planning for large, urban service providers, organizational culture assessment for higher education organizations and steering international, corporate workgroups.
Dr. Morris earned a Ph.D. in Organizational Leadership from the University of Maryland Eastern Shore; MS in Organization Development from Johns Hopkins University; and BS in Marketing from Morgan State University. Dr. Morris is a loving individual personally and professionally. He co-hosts a podcast entitled the Living Corporate and The Access Point that you should definitely check out. Dr. Morris co-edited two books, When Leadership Fails (Emerald, 2021) and the Handbook of Research on Instructional Systems and Educational Technology (IGI Global, 2017). His writing is also featured in international guides such as Becoming a Better Leader: Applying Key Strategies and peer-reviewed journals including the Journal of Leadership Studies, Gender in Management and Advances in Developing Human Resources.
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