Patricia Sullivan

Patricia Sullivan

Adjunct Professor

Patricia Sullivan

Patricia Sullivan, Ph.D. is a leadership coach and trainer, with over 20 years in HR; 15 years in adult education, training and leadership coaching. Her passion for leadership excellence has directed her profession and learning activities. Patricia works with business leaders who strive to build positive relationships, bring the best out in others, create a shared vision, align individual and team initiatives with strategic objectives, and deliver results. As a leadership coach, Patricia works with clients to discover their true leadership potential in creating relationships and delivering exceptional results. Dr. Sullivan also merges her passion for emotional intelligence awareness and mind/body/spirit alignment with business acumen. Through leadership training workshops, individualized leadership and wellness coaching, and consulting with businesses to create effective wellness programs, she brings the best of wellness/leadership research to her clients. Patricia earned her Ph.D. at the University of South Florida; her major is Adult Education, focusing on Leadership Effectiveness, Emotional Intelligence, and Employee Engagement. She was awarded an undergraduate and graduate degree from Temple University, with a Human Resources concentration; she is an avid learner. Her many certifications include: SPHR, SHRM-SCP; Energy Leadership Coach, Conflict Resolution Mediator, Master Trainer, Web-Based Instructional Designer, Yoga Instructor. She is currently working on a 1,000-hour Yoga Therapy certification to support her coaching practices, aligning health with desired results at home and work.

Degrees:

Ph.D., Adult Education, University of South Florida
Master's and Bachelor's, Human Resources concentration, Temple University

She will teach HRAM 610: Evaluating Hiring, Performance and Employee Metrics.

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