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Kathy L. Dye, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Business Administration
Thomas More College
333 Thomas More Parkway, Room 3311
Crestview Hills, KY 41017


  Pursuit of a faculty position that balances classroom instruction and applied business research opportunities. My areas of special interest include evaluating workplace effectiveness and facilitating workplace learning at the organizational, work group, and individual levels. Through a variety of positions in corporate, academic and non-profit organizations, I have demonstrated outstanding ability to help organizations achieve their strategic goals through improving the contributions of work groups and individuals.
  Doctor of Philosophy
Major: Instructional Systems Technology
Minor: Management
Indiana University
School of Education
Kelley School of Business
Bloomington, IN
  Master of Education
Human Resource Development
Xavier University
College of Social Sciences
Cincinnati, OH
  Bachelor of Science in Design University of Cincinnati
College of Design, Architecture, and Art
Cincinnati, OH
Instructional Thomas More College, Department of Business Administration         1997-Current
        • PRJ692: Master’s Project (7 credit hours)
        • MGT611: Management, Organizational Behavior, and Design (3 credit hours)
        • MGT610: Introduction to Graduate Professional Education (3 credit hours)
        • FYS150: Perspectives on Globalization (3 credit hours)
        • BUA302: Organizational Behavior (3 credit hours)
        • EDU255: How Adults Learn (3 credit hours)
  Indiana University, Department of Instructional Systems Technology
        • R521: Instructional Media and Methods
        • Consulting for Organizational Effectiveness – LG University
Administrative Thomas More College, Acting Director of TAP                   September 2000-May 2001
  Indiana University, LG University Development Team            May – September 1995
  Indiana University, Technology Lab Manager                 September 1994 – May 1995
        • International Society for Performance Improvement, 2003 Award of Excellence for Research (Effective HRD Evaluation: An Expanded View of Kirkpatrick’s Four Levels).
        • International Society for Performance Improvement, International Conferences:
          2003 Boston (Effective HPT Evaluation);
          1997 Anaheim, California (Instructional Message Design)
        • American Society for Training and Development, International Conferences:
          2003 San Diego (Chasing a Theory of Evaluation),
          1998 Washington, DC (Uses and Abuses of Evaluation)
Consultant Project Work (ID.E.A.S That Work, LLC)                                                      1998-current
        • Developed instructional materials for national and international training courses.
        • Developed support materials for facilitator-led and computer-based training.
        • Developed and implemented quantitative and qualitative evaluation programs for individual courses, curricula, or organizational change efforts of both national and international scope.
        • Coached over 100 executives about various professional competencies.
        • Managed production of materials that supported $1M/yr. training revenue.
        • Clients include AT&T, Comair Airlines, Comware Incorporated, Delco Electronics, Eli Lilly and Company, Fidelity Investments, General Electric Aircraft Engines, MCI Telecommunications, National Development Council, Observatory Group, Right Associates, Thomas Sant and Associates, and The Western-Southern Enterprise.
Senior Training Specialist Child World/Children's Palace, Avon, MA                                                            1987-1988
        • Developed curriculum for national store management career track.
        • Customized and launched a company-wide supervisory skills program.
        • Managed re-write of store non-selling training curriculum.
        • Consulted for and facilitated sales meetings and store openings.
Corporate Trainer Lazarus Department Stores, Cincinnati, OH                                                    1985 - 1987
        • Facilitated over 500 one-on-one management coaching sessions.
        • Facilitated management development workshops reaching over 800 managers.
        • Developed and facilitated selling skills workshops for 33 retail locations
Consultant, Training/Education The Singer Company, Edison, NJ                                                                      1982 - 1985
        • Developed and facilitated sales training and product skills training programs.
        • Managed a territory covering one third of the United States.
        • Developed and facilitated trade and consumer education programs.
        • Served as national PR spokesperson for new product introductions.
        • Certified Performance Technologist.
        • Certified Economic Development Finance Professional.
        • Fluent in web-based collaborative business communication.
        • Competent developing materials across all instructional media.
        • Excellent business writing skills.
        • Competent developing proposals, including writing, editing and team facilitation.
        • International experience, including Europe and the Pacific Rim.
        • Competent in statistical analysis and interpretation for business uses.
        • American Society for Training and Development, national member
        • International Society for Performance and Instruction, national member
        • Academy of Human Resource Development, national member
        • World Future Society, national member

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Assistant Professor Kathy Dye • Thomas More College • 333 Thomas More Parkway • Crestview Hills, Ky 41017