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Dr. Sal Sinatra

Contributing Faculty

College of Management and Technology

School of Management

Degree Program Ph.D. Management

Biography

Doctor/Lieutenant Colonel (LTC ret) Salvatore Sinatra has served in corporate America (40 yrs.), US Military (30 yrs), and academia (30+ yrs.), and as contract consultant (various). As management practitioner, professional developer, corporate trainer and education partner/manager, university educator, mentor, coach, and senior military leader, trainer, and researcher, Dr. Sal has contributed widely to societal growth through his professional development of ca. 10,000 executives, managers, military officers, administrators and university students in the US and abroad.

He has authored 14 books, guides and other publications as professional developer. During active military duty in the Gulf War, LTC Sinatra was decorated for PSYOP (psychological operations) leadership, cross-service team building, and seminal scholar-practitioner research, with publication on declassification. He subsequently authored a seminal PSYOP paper for a civilian journal. He has instructed for the USA Command and General Staff College and for various military schools, himself a graduate of each.

With Walden University, Dr. Sal has served as contributing PhD instructor, mentor, dissertation chair, dissertation member, University Research Reviewer, senior colleague, and lead faculty. He has been serving also as associate professor in MGMT and MGMT Science with another established accredited university.

He has taught professional and technical writing and public speaking and as served as president of a regional Toastmasters Club. He is an educator, trainer, military leader/officer, and published poet.

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Curriculum Vitae______________________________


S a l v a t o r e J S i n a t r a (Dr. Sal )

~ Interdiscipinary Educator - Practitioner ~

Leadership <-> Management <-> Communication
LDR <-> OB <-> OD <-> PSYCH <-> COM <-> EDU <-> MGT

< [email protected] > <[email protected]>
14808 Marshland Ct. Jacksonville, FL 32226 904.631.5521
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P r o f e s s i o n a l S u m m a r y__________________

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nstructed, educated, coached, mentored, taught and/or trained ca. 10,000 executives, leaders, managers, military officers and NCOs, trainers, teachers and
educators domestically and abroad.
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Formal Education & Training

* Ongoing Professional Development webinars -- Walden University
* Ongoing Research–LDR, MGT, OD, OB, COM Research&Dissertation Analyses
* Professional Training and Education Ongoing, Various, Multiple
* Post Doc., International and General MGT Wake Forest University
* Doctorate, MGT.HRD. OD University of North Carolina
* Masters (Cert), Leadership, MGT, Opns ,USA Cmd & General Staff College
* Masters, Communication, Linguistics, TESL Hunter Coll.- City Univ. of NY
* Multiple Completion Certificates Various sector licensed organizations
* Multiple US Army Programs and Certifications Progressive and Various
* Bachelors, Education and English Fordham University.

Academic Services & Contributions

Complete ongoing advanced professional development and research program for Walden Univ. (’06), then designed and delivered integrated LDR/MGT/ program at major symposium with outstanding feedback. Appointed and serve as online PhD and EdD faculty mentor and dissertation chair for LDR & MGT research writing and professional writing at Walden Univ. (’06-pres) Cited for excellent instructional ratings and participated by invitation in best practices online symposium. Chair PhD committees for MGT dissertations (’09-pres).

Serve as graduate faculty in MGT, MSA and EDU programs at Central Michigan Univ., to include OD, HRM/PM, Strategies for Teaching, and Curriculum Planning and Development, with excellent ratings (’04—‘18)

Consulted for, researched, designed, developed, and delivered nonprofit management programs in professional communication for Duke University. (’06) Initiated Jax-Daytona Center for Executive and Management Development (HRM, OD and OB), strategic planning, and effective professional communica- tions (’96)

For other select accredited EMBA, MBA, MSA, EDU, BSM and BS institutions domestically and internationally, have researched, developed, and delivered
courses in LDR, MGT, HRM, HRD, OB, OD, Org Theory, BUSCOM, ORG COM,
Technical Report Writing, Business Presentations, Public Speaking, and Effec-
tive Active and Empathic Listening, with excellent feedback (’93-’06). Served as faculty advisor for Jacksonville University (’00-‘01).

For senior officers at the US Army Command and General Staff College, taught military leadership; MGT science; strategy, operations and tactics; supply and logistics; and related military sciences and arts. Instructed for various levels of officers and enlisted at 3285 USAR School in Charlotte, NC and at 3286 USAR School in Garner, NC, with outstanding feedback and commendations. Served and officially recognized as excellent master teacher of apprentice teachers at Guilford Technical Comm. College. Served as corporate trainer-of-trainers and educators in LDR, MGT, COM at corporate AT&T (HRIT and Purchasing and Transportation), at American Transtech and at AT&T Solutions (’75-’93).

Corporate Leadership & Management

Served progressively until voluntary early retirement for AT&T and business telecom- munications divisions. Progressed from cable operator to methods associate, to methods specialist, to senior methods specialist/consultant, to HR partner. Colla- borated strategically with corporate HR Benefits, Labor Relations, Legal, and Line. Initated and/or applied process quuaity, TQM, JIT, supplier relations and other organizational best practices and behaviors. Served as president of Toastmasters Int’l in NY and as AT&T speaker at NY Speakers Bureau. Authored nine corporate publications. Achieved 3% economies on multi-billion revenues (’61-‘96).

Military Leadership & Management

Served progressively in command and staff positions until retirement in various organizations, culminating as senior staff officer in US Special Operations Command for PSYOP (psychological operations) during war

and peace. Decorated for leadership, team building, and original results-driven research. Trained and educated >1000 offiicers for US Army
Command and General Staff College and other military schools. Designed, directed, evaluated and/or participated in large scale organization simulations for 360th Civil Affairs Brigade, XVIIIth Airborne Corps and
82nd Airborne Division, 101st and 10th Mountain Divisions. Trained
and led diverse levels of miltary and civilian personnel. Published
seminal Top Secret PSYOP research study and journal article on
HRM/cost effective deployment and utilization, and effective
psychological operations following DoD decassification (’63-’93).
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Courses Taught

MGMT 8750 - Human Resource Management...

MGMT 8430 - Changing Face of Leadership

MGMT 8100 - Dissertation Mentoring

MGMT 9000 - Dissertation Mentoring

MGMT 7000 - Dissertation Mentoring

MGMT 8010 - Managing Human and Social Development

MGMT 8125 - Oran Performance Improvement

MGMT 8530 - Managing Projects in Complex Environments

MGMT 8750 - HRM Labor Relations Performance and Conflict Resolution

Education

EdD, University of North Carolina - Greensboro, NC United States

MA, Hunter College -City University of NY

BS, Fordham Universitry

Diploma, U. S. Arrmy Commnd and General Staff College - Ft. Leavenworth , KS United States

Awards / Honors

Outstanding Faculy, Walden University, 2010

Outstanding Instructor Nominee, Guilford Technical Community College, 1993

Presentations

Sinatra, D. J. (2013). PRESENTATION to ASTD. N/A.