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Associate Professor of Management &
Chase Minority Entrepreneurship Distinguished Professor
College of Business
Loyola University New Orleans
6363 St. Charles Ave., Box 15
New Orleans, Louisiana 70118
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SELECTED TO PARTICIPATE IN AN INTERNATIONAL FACULTY EXCHANGE PROGRAM
AT SINGAPORE INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT IN SUMMER 2017, SPONSORED BY THE RESEARCH FOUNDATION OF THE STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK (SUNY)
AWARDED THE LOYOLA UNIVERSITY TEACHING EXCELLENCE AWARD FOR MY FIRST-YEAR SEMINAR COURSE (2016) FOR ENGAGING STUDENTS IN HIGHLY EXPERIENTIAL, CRITICAL THINKING, AND WRITING-INTENSIVE ACTIVITIES.
BOOK CHAPTER ON GENDERED COMMUNICATION PUBLISHED IN LEADING DIVERSITY IN THE 21st CENTURY, EDITED BY TERRI SCANDURA & EDWIN MOURINO, INFORMATION AGE PUBLISHING
2nd MANUSCRIPT PUBLISHED IN LEADERSHIP QUARTERLY,
THE WORLD’S FOREMOST JOURNAL IN LEADERSHIP RESEARCH
MANUSCRIPT PUBLISHED IN COMMUNICATION RESEARCH,
AN ELITE-LEVEL JOURNAL IN COMMUNICATION STUDIES
(ACCORDING TO THOMPSON-REUTERS, 2014, RANKED #1 OF 74 JOURNALS)
AWARDED THE LOYOLA COLLEGE OF BUSINESS
FACULTY AWARD FOR OUTSTANDING RESEARCH (2014)
Dr. Frankie Weinberg holds the Chase Minority Entrepreneurship Distinguished Professorship at Loyola University’s College of Business. A certified firefighter and
certified LEGO® Serious Play® facilitator, Dr. Weinberg joined Loyola in August 2010 after completing his Ph.D. in Management and minor in psychology at the University of Georgia, where he also earned the graduate school’s prestigious Interdisciplinary Certificate in University Teaching. Prior to beginning his doctoral studies, he earned his M.B.A. and a Certificate of Leadership Studies from the State University of New York at Binghamton in 2005 and a B.B.A. in Finance and International Business from Loyola University in Maryland in 2000.
Dr. Weinberg’s research centers on developing a better understanding of the psychological mechanisms that improve the outcomes of interpersonal relationships at work. His areas of expertise include leadership; team and organizational knowledge sharing; designing, implementing, and analyzing mentoring and coaching programs; maximizing the benefits of workplace diversity; gaining social capital through social networks; improving teamwork processes; and scale development. Dr. Weinberg has lent advice to decision-makers at several organizations around the country, including principal members of the Council of Chief Judges of the U.S. State Intermediate Courts of Appeal, the New Orleans Police Department (NOPD), the leadership team of 143-year-old Koch Enterprises, directors of the University of Georgia’s 820-member Facilities Management Team, administrators at numerous universities, several corporate and branch leaders of Hillel International, and members of the board of directors for New Orleans-based Café Reconcile and Café Hope. He currently serves as an advisor to Loyola University’s Provost.
An active member of the Academy of Management and the Southern Management Association (SMA), Dr. Weinberg has authored numerous papers accepted for presentation and earned awards for his quality of service. He currently serves as the Coordinator of the SMA Pre-Doctoral Student Consortium and serves as an ad-hoc reviewer for a number of prestigious management journals, contributing to the advancement of knowledge in the field of management and applied psychology research. Dr. Weinberg’s research has been published in Communication Research, the Journal of Management, The Leadership Quarterly, Psychology & Marketing, and in other high quality journals. These articles focus on issues related to formal and informal leadership, mentoring, gendered communication, workplace diversity, organizational learning, and decision-making processes. Dr. Weinberg’s published work has earned several awards: His article on the social construction of lone wolfism was elected the Article of the Year in the Journal of Marketing Theory and Practice, and his work on mentoring has been awarded Highly Commended status by the Emerald Literati Network.
Dr. Weinberg is presently collaborating with colleagues at Virginia Commonwealth University, Case Western Reserve, Rice University, University of Kentucky, SUNY Buffalo, and Lean Project Consulting on several projects. One set of studies explains the social processes that contribute to team performance and attributions of leadership & mentoring; a second set examines relationships between diversity, communication styles, and career and organizational success; and a third project involves temporally mapping the field of applied psychology research through the application of social networks analysis.
Further, Dr. Weinberg has established a global teaching repertoire, teaching undergraduate and M.B.A. classes on three continents. His average teaching evaluation is 4.73 on a five-point scale. He has taught at the University of Georgia, The Cyprus International Institute of Management (CIIM) in Cyprus, and at Assumption University in Bangkok, Thailand. He has designed and conducted several professional workshops (including several LEGO® Serious Play® facilitated learning workshops) on creating and managing high performance teams, conflict management, developing a mentoring and learning culture, gendered communication, and engaging entrepreneurial innovation. Courses he teaches include Leadership, Organizational Behavior, Consulting and Applied Analytics, Organizational Structures, Corporate Social Responsibility, Human Resource Management, Business Communication, and a Research Seminar in Organizational Studies.