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Lessons offered by William
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The lessons will be held
  • at your home
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Taught subjects
  • Business
  • Management
  • Corporate strategy
  • Management and Organization
  • GMAT Test Prep
  • GRE prep
Levels
  • All Levels

Retired business professor with years of one-to-one writing, tutoring and study improvement expertise.

Methodology

In one-to-one tutoring, I initially assess each student's learning style to determine the best instructional approach and reassess regularly to ensure the continuity of instruction to learning remains. In classroom instruction, I focus on the learning of concepts and their application.

Background

I am a university professor with a Doctorate in Education and an MBA who has taught in the classroom and online. I have tutored students from grades 6 - 12 in study skills and writing improvement, and my results over the past 20 years have been excellent.

Rates

Rate for online lessons : $16/h
Rate for 5 hours of lessons : $75
Rate for 10 hours of lessons : $150
Lessons offered by William
Individual
In group
The lessons will be held
at your home
webcam
Taught subjects
  • Business
  • Management
  • Corporate strategy
  • Management and Organization
  • GMAT Test Prep
  • GRE prep
Levels
  • All Levels

William's resume

Education
University of Memphis, Memphis, TN
Ed.D.: Instruction and Curriculum Leadership 2008
Concentration- Instructional Design and Technology
Dissertation: Utilizing Cognitive Assessments as
Predictors of Productivity within the Service Industry.
Deborah Lowther, Chair, Lee E. Allen,
Louis A. Franceschini, E. Trey Martindale
Belhaven College, Jackson, MS
MBA: Business Management 2003
Thesis: Training Strategies within Co-branded Companies.
James Ferguson, Chair
Samford University, Birmingham, AL
BBA: Business Management 1994
Oklahoma College of Business, Tulsa, OK
ABA: Accounting 1978

Honors and Awards
Distinguished Alumni, Instruction and Leadership Department 2012
School of Education, University of Memphis
Kappa Delta Pi, Honor Society in Education. 2007 - 2008
School of Education, University of Memphis

Teaching Experience (Online & Campus)
Strayer University, School of Undergraduate Business 2004 - Current
Undergraduate Business:
Introduction to Business
Fundamentals of E-Business
Purchasing and Materials Management
Public Relations
Management Concepts
Business Ethics
Human Resource Management
Introduction to Entrepreneurship
Cost and Price Analysis
Organizational Behavior
Global Human Resource Management
Contract Administration and Management
Staffing Organizations
Technology and Innovation in Entrepreneurship
Project Management
Managing Project Risk
Managing Project Teams
Small Business Management
Training and Development
Return on Investment of Instructional Initiatives
Compensation Management
Project Estimating and Budgeting
Operations Management
Management and Growth in Entrepreneurship
Entrepreneurship Feasibility and Analysis
Business and Society
Business Policy
Business Research and Methods
Strayer University, School of Graduate Business 2008 - Current
Business Strategies and Proposals
Contemporary Business
Operations Management
Project Management and Leadership
Project Risk Management
Leadership and Organizational Behavior
Entrepreneurship and Innovation
Negotiation and Conflict Resolution
International Business Strategy
Strategic Management
Advanced Business Research and Methods
Strayer University, School of Education 2008 - Current
Adult Learning Theory
Contemporary Issues in Education
Educational Research Methods
Educational Assessment
Designing Mandated and Discretionary Curricula
Theory and Practice of e-Learning
Perspectives on Adult Education
Diversity in Adult Education
Methods of Teaching in Adult Education
Assessing Adult Learners
Educational Administration and Leadership
Instructional Supervision
Instructional Design and Development
Organizational Training and Development
Designing, Developing and Evaluating Educational Technology
Technology Tools to Manage Learning
Technology Integration into Education
Curriculum Design and Development
Leadership in Global Education
Curriculum Policy and Leadership
Training Strategies and Assessment
Instructional Methods
Instructional Technology and Media for Learning
University of Memphis (Graduate Assistant) 2004 - 2007
Learning and Cognition
Motivational Theories
Educational Statistics
Qualitative Methods in Education
Preparing Instructional Materials and Methods
Instructional Technologies
Principles and Applications of Instructional Design
Theories and Models of Instructional Design
University of Phoenix 2003 - 2004
Introduction to Business
Organizational Behavior
Business Concepts and Strategies

University and Committee Service- Strayer University 2004 - Current
Academic Advising Council (*)
Academic Audit Council
Academic Goals Council (*)
Academic Integrity Council for 2012 review by
Middle States Commission on Higher Education
Academic Leadership Council
Academic Policy Council
Campus Dean Mentoring and Advising Council
Distinguished Graduate Scholars Council
Faculty Continuing Education Council
Graduate School Enrollment and Testing Curriculum Council
Graduate School of Education Assessment Council
Graduate School of Education New Programs Council
Graduate School of Education Textbook Council (*)
(*) Denotes Chair responsibilities


University Regional Accreditation Review
Middle States Commission on Higher Education 2011 – 2014
(Strayer University School of Business Review Committee for 2017 reaccreditation)


Areas of Teaching Concentration
Adult Education Concepts (Andragogy, Heutagogy, Continuum Theory)
Business (Graduate & Undergraduate)
Education (Graduate)
Corporate Training
Curriculum Development
Instructional Design and Development
Return on Investment of Instructional Initiatives


Graduate Thesis Committees- Strayer University
An Evolutionary Process; From Equal Employment Opportunity to Affirmative Action to Diversity Management. Garry Smith. Committee Chair, 2017.

Examining the Effects of Regulations on Hedge Funds. Allen Burks. Committee Chair, 2017.

The Over Representation of African American Males in Special Education. Angela Sargent. Committee Chair, 2017.

Examining the Effects of Pay for Performance. Jacqueline Ingram. Committee Chair, 2017.

Examining the Problems that keep Adoptive and Birth Parents from Being Connected. Colville Bain. Committee Chair, 2016.

Examining the Effect of Employee Morale/Motivation on Organizational Profit. Yolanda Dogan. Committee Chair, 2016.

Examining the Correlation Between Juvenile Crime and the Drop-out Rate. Willie Turner. Committee Chair, 2016.

The Analysis of Prenatal Knowledge on Premature Delivery and Low-Birth Weight. Tekela Cooper. Committee Chair, 2016.

Examining the Correlation between CPA Exam Content and Accounting Curriculum. Benjamin Lambright. Committee Chair, 2015.

Examining the Effects of Theft in the Workplace: An Analysis of Corporate Theft and the Prevention. Sondra Matlock. Committee Chair, 2015.

Examining the Impact of Effective Organization and Classroom Management. Melony Walker. Committee Chair, 2015.

Analyzing the Obstacles that Affect Academic Success in Inner City Public Schools. Cedric Jefferson. Committee Chair, 2015.

Effective Planning Using Differentiated Instruction in Education. Courtney Neal. Committee Chair, 2015.

Will Internal Controls be Enough to Prevent Future Fraud, Schemes, Scams, and Underperformances? Shemica Gautreaux. Committee member, 2015.

Identifying Predictors Creating Retention Issues in Distance Education. Sherita Ferby. Committee member, 2014.
Cervical Cancer Awareness: The Importance of Screening and Prevention Measures. Vicki P.Chism. Committee member, 2014.

The Lack of Diversity in American Corporate Boardrooms. Alexcius Branch. Committee Chair, 2014.

Blending Early College Ideology and Online Learning to Benefit Secondary Urban Education. Keith E. Harris. Committee member, 2014.

Examining the Effects of Bankruptcy on African Americans within the Mississippi Delta. Annette J. Burks. Committee member, 2014.

Analyzing Quality Long-Term Care for the Intellectually Disabled Population in Tennessee. Tachina M. Jones. Committee member, 2014.

The Nurse Shortage and the Impact on Patient Care and Policy. Sabrina Watkins. Committee member, 2013.

Examining the Effects of Healthcare Disparities in Racial and Ethnic Populations. Lakeisha V. Hall. Committee member, 2013.

The Unsecured U.S. Seaport System and the Threat Posed to American Society. Lori L. Kyle. Committee member, 2013.

Smoke-Free Environment: Smoking Ban. Marcia V. Bibbs. Committee member, 2013.

An Investigation of the Effective Management of Research Dollars Used to Prevent HIV/AIS in the Greater Memphis Area. Yolanda Hendree. Committee member, 2013.

The Efficiency of African American Owned Childcare Centers in Urban Settings. Kena Neely. Committee member, 2013.

Factors That Impact Retention of Employees in Non-Profit Educational Organizations. Marcia V. Bibbs. Committee member, 2013.

Publications
Utilizing Cognitive Assessments as Predictors of Productivity within the Service Industry. Doctoral Dissertation. School of Education, University of Memphis. Dr. Deborah Lowther, Chair.
Training Strategies within Co-branded Companies. Master's Thesis. School of Business, Belhaven College. Dr. James Ferguson, Chair.


Book Reviews
Review of Virtual Team Success, by Richard Lepsinger and Darleen DeRosa. HR Professionals, (2018, May), 8(5), 50-51.
Review of Talent Wins! The New Playbook for Putting People First, by Ram Charan, Dominic Barton and Dennis Carey. HR Professionals, (2018, April), 8(4), 40.
Review of What Your CEO Needs to Know About Sales Compensation: Connecting the Corner Office to the Front Line, by Mark Donnolo. HR Professionals, (2018, March), 8(3), 44-45.
Review of Open Source Leadership: Reinventing Management When There Is No More Business As Usual, by Rajeev Peshawaria. HR Professionals, (2018, February), 8(2), 32.
Review of The I-9 And E-Verify Handbook: A Guide to Employment Verification and Compliance, by Bruce E. Buchanan and Greg Siskind. HR Professionals, (2018, January), 8(1), 19.
Review of Beyond the Clothes: Image & presence, by Linda H. Yates. HR Professionals, (2017, December), 7(12), 40-41.
Review of Total Alignment: Tools and tactics for streamlining your organization, by Riaz Khadem and Linda Khadem. HR Professionals, (2017, November), 7(11), 42-43.
Review of Negotiating the Nonnegotiable: How to resolve your most emotionally charged conflicts, by Daniel Shapiro. HR Professionals, (2017, September), 7(9), 40-41.
Review of One Minute Mentoring: How to find and work with a mentor and why you’ll benefit from being one, by Ken Blanchard and Claire Diaz-Ortiz. HR Professionals, (2017, August), 7(8), 20.
Review of Accelerating Performance: How organizations can Mobilize, Execute, and transform with agility, by Colin Price and Sharon Toye. HR Professionals, (2017, July), 7(7), 46-47.
Review of Victory Through Organization: Why the war for talent is failing your company and what you can do about it, by Dave Ulrich, Mike Ulrich, David Kryscynski and Wayne Brockbank,. HR Professionals, (2017, June), 7(6), 49.
Review of Clash of the Generations: Managing the new workplace reality, by Valerie Grubb. HR Professionals, (2017, February), 7(2), 38-39.
Review of Recognizing & Engaging Employees for Dummies, by Dr. Bob Nelson HR Professionals, (2016, December), 6(12), 44-45.
Review of The Sales Boss: The real secret to hiring, training, and managing a sales team, by Jonathan Whistman. HR Professionals, (2016, October), 6(10), 52.
Review of Think Like a Brand: A 7-step strategy to increase your career satisfaction and success, by Pamela J. Green. HR Professionals, (2016, June), 6(6), 34.
Review of Napoleon Hill’s Keys to Personal Achievement, by Judith Williamson. HR Professionals, (2016, May), 6(5), 42-43.
Review of On Fire at Work: How great companies ignite passion in their people without burning them out, by Eric Chester. HR Professionals, (2016, April), 6(4), 34.
Review of Reviving Work Ethic: A leader’s guide to ending entitlement and restoring pride in the emerging workforce, by Eric Chester. HR Professionals, (2016, March), 6(3), 34.
Review of Self Made: Becoming empowered, self-reliant and rich in every way, by Nely Galán. HR Professionals, (2016, February), 6(2), 44-45.
Review of Business Focused HR: 11 Processes to drive results, by Scott Mondore, Shane Douthitt, and Marisa Carson. HR Professionals, (2016, January), 6(1), 37.
Review of Building a Magnetic Culture: How to attract and retain top talent to create and engaged, productive workforce, by Kevin Sheridan. HR Professionals, (2015, December), 5(12), 31.
Review of Hallelujah! An anthem for purposeful work, by Cathy Fyock, Lyle Sussman, and Kevin Williamson. HR Professionals, (2015, September), 5(9). 29.
Review of Standout 2.0: Assess your strengths. Find your edge. Win at work, by Marcus Buckingham. HR Professionals, (2015, August), 5(8), 24.





Current Research Interests
Strengths and weaknesses of small to medium size churches for emergency preparedness. Areas of assessment include church leadership, plan administration, emergency/safety protocols and hazard analysis plan implementation.
Using structural modeling with multiple cognitive assessment tools as a means of determining the causal relationship among multiple independent variables. Post-doctoral research in joint effort with CCP, Inc., Wonderlic Research, Inc., and the National Restaurant Association Education Foundation, (2017).
Utilizing Andragogical precepts within corporate training environments to enhance theory and applicational foundations, (2017).
Return on investment of instructional methodologies within corporate training environments.
Transformative learning as an extension of Andragogical concepts within corporate and university classroom environments.
PAH (Pedagogy, Andragogy & Heutagogy) continuum methodologies within university classrooms and its integration into syllabi development for learning, retention and application.
Heutagogy as a self-directed component of complex adaptive learning systems.
Adult learner-generated contexts utilizing Web 2.0 social media technologies.
Capability applications for workplace learning.


Conferences and Industry Workshops- Presented
2015 Adult Student Retention within For-Profit Institutions, Univ. of Memphis School of Education / Faculty Quarterly Memphis, TN.
2015 Employee and Ethics: When is doing the right thing the right thing? International Association of Administrative Professionals Quarterly Meeting. Memphis, TN.
2014 Writing and Communication Standards within Corporate Structures. Univ. of Memphis School of Education / Instructional Design and Technology Department Quarterly Meeting. Memphis, TN.
2013 Utilizing Cognitive Assessments as Predictors of Productivity within the Restaurant Industry. National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation Annual Conference. Chicago, IL.
2013 Employment Assessments: Profit potential indicators? Council of Hotel and Restaurant Trainers Annual Hospitality Training Conference. Minneapolis, MN.
2013 Selection and Assessment Criteria for Fast-food Workers. Council of Hotel and Restaurant Trainers Quarterly Meeting. Memphis, TN.
2012 How to Make and Effective 15-Minute Presentation. International Association of Administrative Professionals Quarterly Meeting. Memphis, TN.
2012 Andragogy or Adult Learning: What’s the difference? Memphis Area Teachers Credit Union Annual Training Conference. Memphis, TN.
2012 Accidental Training: How to take advantage of these teachable moments. American Society of Training and Development Quarterly Meeting. Memphis, TN.
2011 Training’s Return on Investment: Tangible and intangible variables. International Society of Performance Improvement Quarterly Meeting. Memphis, TN.
2011 ROI: The invisible line between levels four and five. American Society of Training and Development Quarterly Meeting. Memphis, TN.
2011 Designing and Developing Effective Food Industry Training Programs. National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation Workshop Series. Memphis, TN.
2010 You and Your Resume: What do employers really want to see? U.S. Veterans Administration Field Training Corps Monthly Meeting. Memphis, TN.
2010 Planning, Preparing, Presenting, and Evaluating Training Workshops. American Society of Training and Development Quarterly Meeting. Memphis, TN.










Corporate & Industry Experience
Strayer University
2015 – Adjunct Faculty- Memphis, TN
2011 - 2015 Senior Vice Provost, Herndon, VA
(Requested transition in 2015 from University Provost responsibilities to campus academics and operations, Memphis, TN)

2010 – 2011 Regional Provost- N.E. Region
2009 – 2010 Campus Dean- Cleveland, OH, Washington, DC
2007 – 2009 Campus Dean- Memphis, TN
2003 – 2007 Adjunct Faculty- Memphis, TN
University of Memphis
2004 – 2007 Graduate Assistant in School of Instructional Design
University of Phoenix
2003 – 2004 Adjunct Faculty, College of Business

Back Yard Burgers, Inc., Memphis, Tennessee 2001 – 2007
- Director of Human Resources, Training, and Education (2004 – 2007)

• Actively directed and lead senior management in the formulation, administration, and
enforcement of human resource policies, procedures, and administrative processes.
• Significantly improved organization and administration of Human Resources
Department by computer cataloging HR activity for easier information retrieval.
• Developed and implemented on-line benefit retrieval system for management
and employees, effectively eliminating wait-time for benefit information and improving communication of benefit information to employees and families.
• Streamlined health, dental, vision, life, and comprehensive insurance programs
for management and employees by better utilizing existing vendor programs.
• Reorganized departmental structure to make it more user-friendly for
employees and management, effectively eliminating duplication of benefit retrieval information.
• Responsible for overseeing the analysis, maintenance, and communication of
company records required by law or local governing agencies.
• Responsible for the initial review and documentation of HR issues prior to legal
opinion.
• Responsible for all company wage and salary reports to determine the company’s
competitive compensation plan.
• Responsible for development and administration of company recruiting, hiring,
and employee selection process.
• Responsible for the development, administration, and enforcement of the
company’s Operations and Administration Manuals, including the company’s Team Member Handbooks.
• Responsible for the development, administration, and enforcement of the company’s
Employee Benefit Program.
• Responsible for the development and implementation of the education and training
curriculum of the company’s management academy.
• Served as company public relations officer as directed by President and COO.

• Served as company Ethics Compliance Officer and Affirmative Action Officer.

- Director of Training and Education (2001 – 2004)

• Improved educational product base by developing twenty one new management training
and development programs system-wide, all under budget. Physical manual & video production.
• Increased average national food safety certification scores by 22% with a system-wide
average score of 92.5 out of 100.0.
• Developed and implemented video, CD, and web-based training and development
programs for all corporate and franchise store operations at 20% under budget.
• Designed and implemented electronic educational and training procurement program
for all franchise store operations, which paid for itself within 30 days. Average savings to company estimated at $100,000 annually.

• Designed and implemented a return on investment program for all instructional
materials system-wide. Average instructional ROI of 650% annualized.
• Developed and directed company management training academy, which consistently
averages an annual student growth rate of 40%.
• Improved existing management workshop base by developing monthly management
leadership and mentoring series at 30% under budget.
• Developed and implemented on-line ordering program for all training materials, which
resulted in an average savings to the company of approximately $75,000 annualized.

The ServiceMaster Company, Memphis, Tennessee 1993 – 2000

- Corporate Training Manager / Disaster Restoration Division (1998 – 2000)
• Developed and implemented on-line ordering program for all training materials, which
resulted in an average savings to the company of approximately $75,000 annualized. Responsible for the development, implementation, and application of training and instructional resources to corporate, disaster restoration, cleaning services and janitorial franchises. Responsible for new revenue stream development through new products and services to field and franchise operations, the business controls needed for profitable operation and the required follow-up with interdepartmental and franchise operations to insure a realistic return on instructional investment. Responsible for maintaining ASCR industry certification standards at the training university and within DR franchises. Made equipment and product services recommendations to corporate and leader franchises.
• Increased training product base by developing 6 new educational courses for industry
wide use over a two-year period, which resulted in all courses being approved in 38 of 50 states.
• Implemented improvements to corporate training academy curriculum resulting in $220K decrease in annual expense and improving attendance by company franchises and industry customers.
• Created and initiated specialty service line by use of simple marketing materials and
“easy-to-follow” government compliance regulations, which resulted in $300K additional annual revenues.
• Improved voluntary attendance at quarterly update training classes for insurance
restoration claims agents by 80-100% in less than one-year, which resulted in a 35% increase in annual sales revenue within targeted regions.
- Market Development Manager-Franchise Market Group (1993 – 1998)
• Improved communications to field offices through use of computer new letters.
• Responsible for training and supporting new and existing franchises in all areas of business operations.
• Improved overall business operations by serving as corporate liaison to franchisees.
• Improved communication to field offices through use of computer newsletters and technical seminars resulting in $2K reduction in postage expenses and $25 –50K quarterly revenue increase.
• Improved company image and name recognition 60% over a 6-month period among target customers by organization of industry workshops and technical presentations.
• Implemented a regional networking training program for all new business owners, which effectively increased their survival rate 95% within one year.
• Increased service lines products among specialty businesses, which generated additional annual revenues of $150K.
• Initiated strict operational guidelines on company’s vehicle usage resulting in decreasing total vehicle expense by 20%.

BellSouth Corporation, Birmingham, Alabama 1986 – 1993
- Business Training Manager (1990 – 1993)
• Improved communication to field offices through use of computer newsletters and
technical seminars resulting in $2K reduction in postage expenses and $25 –50K quarterly revenue increase.
• Improved company image and name recognition 60% over a 6-month period among
target customers by organization of industry workshops and technical presentations.
• Implemented a regional networking training program for all new business owners,
which effectively increased their survival rate 95% within one year.
• Increased service lines products among specialty businesses, which generated
additional annual revenues of $150K.
• Initiated strict operational guidelines on company’s vehicle usage resulting in
decreasing total vehicle expense by 20%.
- Business Controls Manager (1986 – 1990)

• Implemented a simple audit completion process for large system installations, which
identified costing and accounting errors over a 3-year period amounting to $35M.
• Improved corporate cash flow by collecting $47M of $60M in aged receivables
within 60 days.
• Developed and implemented company-wide training program for all credit services
personnel at 15% under budget.

Hewlett Packard Corporation, Birmingham, Alabama 1980 – 1986 Branch Business Manager
• Implemented new operational controls in 3 sales and service offices, which improved stability of operations, morale, and budget management.

• Created and initiated specialty service line by use of simple marketing materials.

• Developed in-service training program for all new-hires.


Consulting Experience
2017 Germantown Presbyterian Church (Germantown, TN)- (Non-fee)
- Developed Emergency Preparedness Manual.
2014 International Association of Administration Professionals (Memphis, TN)
- Redesign of workshop and educational certification materials.
2013 International Association of Administration Professionals (Memphis, TN)
- Redesign of workshop and educational certification materials.
2012 Back Yard Burgers, Inc. (Nashville, TN)
- Completed Needs Analysis on company-wide training initiatives.
- Completed Return-on-Investment Analysis of in-store training programs utilizing Kirkpatrick/Phillips models.
- Redesigned all in-store station training modules.
Community Service
2016 Strayer University Scholars promotion with the City of Memphis Police Department for Criminal Justice Studies.
2015 Strayer University promotion with the City of Memphis and The City of Memphis Department of Teachers Education.
2014 Strayer University Media promotion with the City of Memphis and The Memphis Redbirds. Summer 2013.


Industry Seminars and Certifications
From 1980 through 2017, I attended 93 seminars/conferences directly relating to employer, industry or state certification requirements. A listing of each is available.


Professional Affiliations
Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM)
Council of Hospitality and Restaurant Trainers Organization (CHART)
American Society of Training and Development (ASTD)
International Society of Performance Improvement (ISPI)
U.S. Veterans Administration Field Training Corps
Toastmasters International Regional Speakers Bureau

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