Claretha Hughes serves the College of Education and Health Professions as Professor of Human Resource & Workforce Development at the University of Arkansas.
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American Black Women and Interpersonal Leadership Styles. Authors: Hughes, Claretha. Valuing the difference of American Black women's interpersonal leadership styles provides opportunities for executive advancement and organization growth.
Leveraging diversity through faculty perception of their power to influence diversity. C Hughes, L Preyan, M Collier. International Journal of Human Resources Development and Management 10 (3 …, 2010. 12, 2010. Implementation Concerns of Scholar-Practitioners: A Pilot Study of the Link between. C Hughes, J Wang, ...
Claretha Hughes, Director of the College of Education and Health Professions' Honors Program and Associate Professor, teaches Human Resource and Workforce Development in the Department of Rehabilitation, Human Resources and Communication Disorders at the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville, Arkansas.
The history of human resource development embraces humankind's investment in one another's skills, knowledge, and abilities. As the field transitions into a more mature discipline, there is a need to understand the philosophies upon which certain theories and methodologies are based. Providing a historical narrative of ...
Managing Human Resource Development Programs makes the critical connection between HR development and the larger system of HR management. This book offers a framework for developing HR programs that are customizable to the needs of the organization. Show all. About the authors. Author Claretha Hughes: ...
May 23, 2016 ... Abstract. All employees within the workplace must be treated fairly and equitably including those with disabilities who may require accommodations that serve to increase access to and maintenance of competitive employment. Human Resource Development (HRD) researchers and practitioners have ...
This book analyzes the emerging concept of diversity intelligence, which values the differences in employees without attempting to make everyone alike. Organization leaders need diversity intelligence to better interact with the changing demographics in America and the global economy, by embracing differences as ...