Associate Professor of Management and Chase Minority Entrepreneurship Distinguished Professor, Loyola University New Orleans

Curriculum Vitae (CV) and Bio Page

Curriculum Vitae (CV) & Bio Page of
FRANKIE J. WEINBERG, Ph.D.
 Assistant Professor of Management &
Chase Minority Entrepreneurship Distinguished Professor

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In Brief:

Frankie J. Weinberg is an Associate Professor of Management and holds the Chase Minority Entrepreneurship Distinguished Professorship at the Loyola University New Orleans College of Business. A certified firefighter and certified in the LEGO® Serious Play® method of facilitation, Dr. Weinberg joined Loyola in August 2010 after completing his Ph.D. in Management from the University of Georgia. Dr. Weinberg’s research centers on developing a better understanding of the deep-level psychological mechanisms that improve the outcomes of interpersonal workplace relationships. His research interests include leadership; designing, implementing, and analyzing mentoring programs; maximizing the benefits of workplace diversity; gaining social capital through networking; improving teamwork processes; and scale development.  He regularly presents his research to global audiences at the annual meetings of the Academy of Management and Southern Management Association, and has published in a number of well-respected outlets, including The Journal of Management, Communication Research, and The Leadership Quarterly. His 2015 article in the Journal of Marketing, Theory, and Practice on the social construction of lone wolfism was elected the journal’s Article of the Year.  Dr. Weinberg conducts workshops and has taught graduate and undergraduate courses on three continents. These include participation in a program hosted jointly through the Research Foundation of the State University of New York and the Singapore Institute of Management and leading an upcoming executive leadership development workshop at the University of Silesia in Poland.


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