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Brian Henderson

Seeking Full-Time Opportunities | Leadership Development | People Management | Talent Acquisition | Coaching | Education

Work experience

Jan 2015Present

Part-Time Human Resources Development Instructor

Central Carolina Community College
Part-time instructor for Human Resources Development program that is designed to educate and train adults through the development of the essential skills needed for securing and maintaining employment or furthering education.
May 2013Present

Visiting Scholar (Part-time)

Capella University
Visiting Scholar for Capella University on Doctoral Learner Dissertation Committee.
Mar 2013Present

Adjunct Professor

Campbell University
Part-time professor for MBA program and undergraduate program at The Lundy-Fetterman School of Business. Courses taught: Strategic Management, Business Information Technology Applications, Business Communication, International Business and Entrepreneurship. Developed Strategic Management course for online MBA program to be launched in spring/summer 2015.
Mar 2014Oct 2014

Manager of Staffing & Development

Waste Industries
Organizational and people development advisor to Waste Industries leadership. Facilitates Waste Industries initiatives (Management Development Program, Waste Industries University) for facilities in GA, MD, NC, SC, TN, VA, and DE. Plans, develops, implements, and administers HR training and recruitment programs. Responsible for development and integration of human resource plans with business strategy, training programs, and associated projects to achieve strategic business goals and operational objectives.
Sep 2010Dec 2013

Executive Recruitment Manager

Duke University & Health System
• Strategic mapping of recruitment for new hospital, medicine pavilion, and university department’s to ensure timeliness and quality of staffing positions. • Development of a strategic recruitment plan for diversity and inclusion which was presented to health system executive management. • Oversight of EPIC recruitment planning for health system. • Led optimization study of applicant tracking system and recruitment model.
Sep 2006Feb 2013

PhD

Capella University
Dissertation: Workplace Bullying: Applying Novak's (1998) Learning Theory to Reducing Manager Bullying Behavior. Henderson, B. M. (2013). Workplace bullying: Applying novak's (1998) learning theory to reducing manager bullying behavior. Capella University). ProQuest Dissertations and Theses, , 126. Retrieved from http://search.proquest.com.library.capella.edu/docview/1317633481?accountid=27965. (1317633481).

Education

20062013

Ph.D.

Capella University
Dissertation titled: “Workplace Bullying: Applying Novak's (1998) Learning Theory to Reducing Manager Bullying Behavior”, 2013. Henderson, B. M. (2013). Workplace bullying: Applying novak's (1998) learning theory to reducing manager bullying behavior. Capella University. ProQuest Dissertations and Theses, 126. Retrieved from http://search.proquest.com.library.capella.edu/docview/1317633481?accountid=27965. (1317633481).
20002002

MBA

Franklin University
19921996

BA

The University of Akron
Industrial/Organizational Psychology Major

Skills

Benefits Administration
Staff Development
Workforce Planning
Conflict Resolution
Policy
HR Consulting
Deferred Compensation
New Hire Orientations
Career Counseling
Employee Training
Career Development
Organizational Effectiveness
Employee Engagement
College Recruiting
Training
PeopleSoft
Resume Writing
Time Management
Leadership Development
Team Building
Process Improvement
Project Management
Executive Coaching
Talent Acquisition
Executive Search
Technical Recruiting
Personnel Management
HRIS
Employee Benefits
Coaching
Organizational Development
Healthcare
Sourcing
Succession Planning
Education
Technical Skillset
Business-minded
Leadership
Problem Solving
Strategic Planning
Management
Human Resources
Onboarding
Performance Management
Applicant Tracking Systems
Employee Relations
Recruiting
Talent Management
SPHR
Networking

Certifications

DECIDE Quality Certification (First in the Business School)