Professor James Clawson has published a number of books including: FindingFIT (a comprehensive web-based approach to job search); Level Three Leadership 1-5th eds; Powered by Feel: How Individuals, Teams, and Companies Excel (with Doug Newburg); Balancing your Life: Executives Lessons for Work, Family and Self, Teaching Management (with Mark Haskins); and Creating a Learning Culture (with Marcia Conner). He teaches actively in all three formats (FT, EMBA, and GEMBA) of the MBA and in the doctoral program as well as leading and participating in several Executive Education programs.
Clawson's research addresses issues of leadership, career management, management development and mentoring. He has authored 17 book-length manuscripts and numerous articles and has written or supervised the writing of more than 250 cases on a variety of topics. Clawson has consulted with a number of corporations and organizations all over the world (North America, Central and South America, Europe, Asia, Australia and Africa) on leadership development, organizational design, management development, career management, managing change and human resource management. He also has taught at the International University of Japan as a visiting professor.
In 2009, he was named the David L. Bradford Educator of the Year by the Organizational Behavior Teaching Society and Reviewer of the Year by the Academy of Management Learning and Education Journal. Before joining the Darden faculty in 1981, Clawson taught at the Harvard Business School, worked as a functional trainer for Mobil Oil Company in Japan and served as an international banking officer for Wells Fargo Bank.
First Year Leadership in Organizations
Doctoral Seminar in Pedagogy
Executive Education CoursesPower and Leadership: Getting Below the SurfaceManaging the Corporate Aviation FunctionDeveloping Leadership Capability in the Corporate Aviation FunctionLeading Innovation: Transform Yourself, Your Team and Your Organization
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