Upcoming Events
April Chapter Meeting: (Virtual) Authentic Leadership in the Workplace
Tuesday, April 11, 2023, 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM EST
Category: Events

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Dr. Johnson will discuss the importance of being an authentic leader in the workplace. An authentic leader is open, honest, transparent and communicates well with employees. Being an authentic leader creates better employee job performance. She will also discuss research on authentic leadership, ethics and moral behavior in management.


 

SPEAKER INFO:  Dr. Sherrie Johnson

Dr. Sherrie A. Johnson is an expert in organizational leadership, communication, and how authentic leader behavior affects employee job performance. She is an authority on leading and communicating in a global environment and competency in leadership. As a teacher, consultant, and executive coach, Dr. Johnson shows individuals, universities, and companies how to communicate, develop talent, to provide organizational effectiveness. Her research focuses on authentic leadership and how it positively affects employees’ job performance in an organization. 

Dr. Johnson has served in a leadership capacity as a vice president, director for local government, secondary and K-12 public education organizations, and corporate communications. She has also served as part of the executive management team in leadership roles. This involved overseeing the Communications and applying advanced management principles with a critical impact on citizens and the organization. Dr. Johnson supervised award-winning teams and managed all facets of communication.

She is also an Emmy award-winning broadcast journalist with 20 years of experience in the reporting/anchoring field with local and national news organizations.

She attended the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and majored in Journalism and Mass Communication, received her master’s degree from Johns Hopkins University in Communications, and obtained a Doctor of Education at Grand Canyon University in Organizational Leadership. In her spare time, Dr. Johnson enjoys reading, traveling, and spending time with her family and her dog Shayla. 


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