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Abbie Lambert, Ph.D.
Abbie Lambert, Ph.D., is an accomplished human resources leader with a record of success in driving organizational performance through people initiatives. She has cultivated valuable experience in distinct management environments, including providing human resources to corporate employees, restaurant/retail operators, crew members and franchise owners. Since she transitioned to academia full time in 2018, Lambert has continued to work as an HR consultant, predominantly in the service and entertainment sectors. In academia, Lambert strives to help the next generation of human resource and business professionals reach their career goals. Her areas of research interest include managerial coaching, engagement/burnout, the future of work and the neuroscience of learning.
Education and Certifications
- Ph.D., Human Resource Development with an emphasis in Organizational Change, University of Texas at Tyler
- M.B.A., Organizational Leadership and Development, Oklahoma Christian University
- B.B.A., Human Resource Management, University of Central Oklahoma
- MGMT 3103, Principles of Management
- MGMT 3133, Business Ethics
- MGMT 3313, Human Resource Management
- MGMT 4513, Strategic Compensation Systems
- MGMT 4623, The Art of Leadership
- MBA 5512, Strategic HR Management
- MBA 5572, Business Ethics and Sustainability
Honors and Awards
- 2022 Vanderford Distinguished Teaching Award, UCO College of Business.
- 2022 Oklahoma Online Teaching Excellence Award, Oklahoma Regents for Higher Education (OSRHE) and the Online Consortium of Oklahoma (OCO).
- 2020 Outstanding Educator Award, Southwest Academy of Management.
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