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Tonitta McNeal

Contributing Faculty

College of Management and Technology

School of Management

Degree ProgramM.B.A. Competency Based

Dr. McNeal chose to transition to a career in higher education as part of a personal commitment to life-long learning, community development, and social change. She has a over eight years experience teaching adult learners in the areas of leadership, management, and organizational behavior. She serves the Walden University community in the role of Contributing Faculty within the College of Management and Technology. Her formal education includes a Doctorate in Management from Colorado Technical University and a Master’s Degree in Management from Liberty University.

Courses Taught

WMBA 6000 - DYNAMIC LEADERSHIP

WMBA 6010 - MANAGING PEOPLE AND PROMOTING COLLABORATION

WMBA 6695 - COMMUNICATION FOR LEADERS AND MANAGERS

Education

PhD, Colorado Technical Institute - Colorado Springs, CO United States

MS, Liberty University

Publications

McNeal, T. D. (2014). Communicating in different languages: Teaching millennial and generation Y students in online environments DeVry University Journal of Scholarly Research

Presentations

McNeal, T. D., Smith, R. L. (2016). Making teams work in Capstone and other team-oriented assignments. DeVry University

McNeal, T. D. (2014). Quality vs Quantity: Best Practices Grading Essay Questions DeVry University

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