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Jay Kreshel, MA

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E-mail address:
     jay@kreshel.com  

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Organization for which I currently work:
     Xilinx, Inc.
    
     Kreshel Consulting
    
Job title:
     Learning and Development Program Manager  

     Owner

Past employers:
     eBay, Inc.
          Sr. Manager Developer Education and Product Marketing
     Docent, Inc.
          Director of Education Services
     Oblix
          Manager of Education
     Deloitte Consulting
          Senior Consultant, Education Services

Research/IO interests:
    

Undergraduate education:
     BA in Psychology; Washington State Univ

Thesis title and abstract:
The Use of Discipline in a Team-Oriented Workforce
     The traditional organization (TO) and the team-oriented workforce (TOW) are similar in the goals that relate to the developmental system of organizational discipline. But the formation and implementation of these goals are different between the two structures. The purpose of the study was to identify whether TOW employees would perceive their leaders as taking teaming variables into consideration when making disciplinary decisions, more often than TO employees.
    
Hourly employees from two medium-sized manufacturing businesses were surveyed. Participants answered questions as to whether they perceived their leader/supervisor as taking into consideration teaming variables when making disciplinary decisions.
    
Results indicated that, when making disciplinary decisions, employees in a team-oriented workforce, more so than those in a traditional organization, perceived their leaders as taking into consideration the team variables of taking personal responsibility and seeking assistance from the organization.

General interests:

    Psych Day will be held Thursday, April 16, 2015 in the Psychology Building Quad. Festivities include a graduate and volunteer fair, workshops, games and special speakers, beginning at 10:00 am. A buffet lunch will be offered for a small donation from 11:00 until 2:00. The keynote speaker, Dr. Collie Conoley, will present his research on Goal Focused Positive Psychotherapy at 4:00 pm in the Beach Auditorium.

    Flyer announcing the keynote speaker: http://www.cla.csulb.edu/departments/psychology/wp-content/uploads/2012/04/Psych-Day-Keynote-flyer.pdf

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