Robert (Bob) R. Rue, MS
Department of Organization & Management
MS, Antioch University New England
Other Degrees and Credentials:
Certification in Organization Development, National Training Laboratories for Applied Behavioral Science (NTL Institute)
BA in Industrial Arts, Kent State University
Defense Race Relations Institute (now known as the Defense Equal Opportunity Management Institute)
Executive Personality Dynamics for Coaches, Gestalt International Study Center
As an adjunct faculty member in the department of Organization and Management, I teach Organizational Change Models and Applications in the fall semester and Organizational Strategy and Decision-Making in the spring semester.
My areas of interest are leadership development, self-managing teams, strategic planning and execution, large group interventions, board development, group dynamics and facilitation, adult learning, process consultation, interpersonal communication, and presentation skills. I have had my own consulting firm since 1986 and work with clients in the commercial, not-for-profit, collegiate, and governmental sectors.
Some sample projects include:
A three year project for a $17 billion U.S. Air Force program acquisition office resulting in the last nine aircraft being delivered to the government ahead of schedule and below budget;
Consulted to (and trained) a 150 person self-managing teleservicing team for a major life insurance company;
Coached two Chief Executive Officers in their presentations before potential shareholders prior to their respective, successful initial public stock offerings, and;
Coached the CEO of a major public utility in his successful testimony before the Nuclear Regulatory Commission.