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Scheller Lunchtime Live: How to Build Resilient (Virtual) Teams Featuring David Sluss

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Friday, December 11

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Learn how to build people, broaden other’s perspectives, and boost your own patience for more resilient (virtual) teams.

Scheller Lunchtime Live is a livestream series hosted by the Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business featuring guest faculty, student, and alumni speakers discussing relevant topics for the tech-driven, digital age.

In this episode, Associate Professor David Sluss talks about learning how to build people, broaden other’s perspectives, and boost your own patience for more resilient (virtual) teams.

About David Sluss

David M. Sluss, Ph.D. is active in educating high potential executives on leadership, high-performance teams, and leading transformation efforts (with a focus on digital transformations). He takes a diagnostic, analytical, and behavioral approach to facilitating leadership development. As an expert in role transitions, he enjoys helping professionals, managers, and executives prepare themselves for their next role.

He works with organizations throughout the U.S., Latin America, and Europe. Fluent in Spanish, he has worked in Mexico, Puerto Rico, and Colombia. A partial list includes Abbott Laboratories (U.S. and Puerto Rico), Argos (Colombia), Baxter Pharmaceuticals (Belgium), Cisco Systems, Clorox, Coca-Cola, Google, IBM (U.S. & Ireland), McKesson, Rohlig (Germany), SCTE, Simpson Industries (Mexico), OSCE, A1 (Austria), and Verbund (Austria).

Prior to his doctoral studies, he was Vice President and Partner at PathWise (a boutique management training consultancy). He designed and facilitated "real-life" application workshops on topics such as leadership, performance coaching, problem-solving/decision making, and project management for clients within the technology and pharmaceutical sectors.

His research focuses on new leader development as well as executive and professional onboarding via a relational identity lens. He explores these processes across different contexts: telemarketing newcomers, technical professionals, contingent workers, and nomadic professionals. He has published research in the Academy of Management Journal, Academy of Management Review, Journal of Applied Psychology, Journal of Vocational Behavior, and Organization Science. He is currently serving on the editorial boards for the Academy of Management Review, Journal of Applied Psychology, and Journal of Management.