Nov 11, 2019
Dr. Adoo is a proficient management professional with
multidisciplinary skill sets covering collegiate instruction, and
10+ years of education, training, organizational leadership and
professional development. His research interests focus on how
employee work motivation and wellbeing are affected by
organizational change and uncertain employment relations. The
specific deliverables include job insecurity, organizational
change, work-related stressors, coping, health outcomes,
psychological climate, motivation and performance in contemporary
working life, employee wellbeing, public health, internal marketing
and workplace spirituality. Dr. Adoo was an Assistant Professor of
Management at the College of Adult and Professional Programs (CAPP)
at Shorter University, a private, coeducational, liberal arts
university located in Rome, Georgia, United States. The Christian
university was founded in 1873 and is historically affiliated with
the Georgia Baptist Convention.
Currently, he is the founder and managing partner of Education & Management Consulting, LLC. (EMCLLC), providing innovative organizational development and training consulting services and solutions to businesses and governments that need strategic edge. EMCLLC’s mission is to empower organizations to achieve excellence by applying research-proven best practices and practical solutions to achieve satisfying results. Dr. Adoo continues to teach and currently serves as an online faculty member at the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning at the University of the Virgin Islands.
Concurrently, Dr. Adoo’s work experience cover the following areas of expertise: Mentoring; Health Outcomes; Motivation & Performance; Leadership Skills; Strategic Planning; Conflict Management; Human Resource Management; International Markets; Operational Management; Diversity Training; Instruction; Curriculum Development; Contribution to Department Initiatives; Critical Thinking; Team Player Attitude; Communication skills; Timeliness; and Corporate Social Responsibility.
Dr. Adoo completed dissertation on academic community sample on the impact of perceived job insecurity on workplace spirituality, satisfaction, and commitment in times of long-term unemployment in July 2013. His study validated previous research and offered cutting-edge recommendations for future research on long-term unemployment. He worked as an intern at Allentown Health Bureau as a graduate student where he co-organized the American Cancer Society’s (ACS) “Let’s Talk About It” prostate health education program for African American men in the Lehigh Valley region organized jointly with the 100 Black Men of America, Inc. (100 BMOA). He has helped to utilize applied analytical methods and techniques to public health program analysis and research, particularly in the area of weight reduction among African American women for a thesis project and field experience that analyzed the prevalence of cardiovascular disease (CVD) status of African American women in Claiborne, Mississippi using PRECEDE-PROCEED model. Findings of the study are available to Mississippi State Department of Health. Dr. Adoo provided statistical analysis to medical staff at St. Luke’s Addiction Treatment Services Halfway Home in Allentown, Pennsylvania on patients’ knowledge, perceptions of HIV/AIDS and its effects on society.
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