No, it’s not like a meeting with your guidance counselor. It’s about getting to the heart of what you’re good at and what you need to improve – including how to improve – based on feedback from the people you actually work with, analyzed by a leadership expert who takes the time to get to know you.

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Suzanne Carter

Professor of Strategy Practice
Executive Director, TCU EMBA
Management and Leadership Department

Strategic Vision & Analysis
Managing in a Global Business Environment
Strategy in a Dynamic Environment
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David Allen

Senior Associate Dean, Graduate Programs
Management and Leadership Department

Leadership Development
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Shana Clor-Proell

Accounting Department

Financial Reporting & Analysis
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George Drymiotes

Accounting Department

Accounting for Managerial Control & Planning

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Rodney D'Souza

Managing Director, Institute for Entrepreneurship and Innovation
Associate Professor of Professional Practice
Institute for Entrepreneurship and Innovation

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Grant Farnsworth

Assistant Professor of Professional Practice
Finance Department

Economic Environment of Business
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Mark Houston

Associate Dean for Faculty and Research
Marketing Department

Advanced Marketing Management
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Laura Meade

Professor of Supply Chain Practice
Director, Center for Responsible Global Business & Policy
Information Systems and Supply Chain Management Department

Supply Chain & Operations Strategy
Managing in a Global Business Environment

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Vassil Mihov

TCU Ralph Lowe Energy Institute Faculty Fellow
Finance Department

Management of Financial Resources
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Thomas Moeller

Associate Professor
Finance Department

Advanced Financial Management

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Tracey Rockett

Professor of Management Practice
Management and Leadership Department

Managing & Leading People
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Mary Uhl-Bien

Management and Leadership Department

Ethical Business & Decision-making
Leadership in a Complex World
Leading for Innovation & Results

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David Weltman

Associate Professor of Supply Chain Practice
Information Systems and Supply Chain Management Department

Business Analytics for Managerial Decisions

Patrick Crocker

Adjunct Faculty

Regulatory Environment for Entrepreneurs & Executives
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Rita Kosnik

Professor of Management and Negotiations


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–Tim Sparks, EMBA ’14

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Richard Best

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Reginald Carney

CEO, Coach and Consultant
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Martha Duesterhoft


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Ed Maier

Head Coach
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Sandi Mitchell

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Brooke O'Shea

Executive Coach
Brooke O'Shea Leadership Coaching LLC

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Paulette Turner

Integrated Leadership Concepts, Inc