Emanuel Schreiner, PhD
- Research Associate
- Industrial/Organizational Psychology
- ASH 347 N
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Leadership, Teamwork, Innovation in organization, Personnel selection
CACCT 8530 Online Personnel Psychology and Leadership: This course provides an overview of I/O Psychology with a focus on the major topics within personnel (industrial) psychology. Topics include methodology, employee selection, performance appraisal, organizational attitudes and behavior, motivation, and leadership
- Leadership and leadership development
- Team interactions and effectiveness
- Creativity and innovation
- Leadership in entrepreneurial teams
BackgroundDr. Emanuel Schreiner is a Post-Doctoral Research Associate in Industrial and Organizational (I/O) Psychology at the University of Nebraska at Omaha. He received his doctorate degree from the School of Management at the Technical University of Munich (TUM) in Germany. During his time at the TUM, he was the Speaker of the TUM Graduate Council and advisory member of the Academic Senate and the Board of Governors of the TUM as well as an elected member of the Faculty Board of the TUM School of Management. Dr. Schreiner’s research focuses on teamwork and leadership of teams in innovative contexts. He was also active in the EU-sponsored project "Sustainable Lifestyles 2.0: End User Integration, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship (EU-Innovate)". His work as reviewer for various conferences and journals has received high praise. Dr. Schreiner consults and offers trainings in the areas of teamwork, leadership, personnel selection, and cooperation in organizations for academia and industry.
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