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Brief Bio: Frankie J. Weinberg is an Associate Professor of Management and Organizational Behavior and holds the Dean Henry J. Engler, Jr. Distinguished Professorship at Loyola University New Orleans, a Board Member of the Southern Management Association (SMA), and Regional Co-Director for the New Orleans Chapter of Scholars Strategy Network (SSN). A long-standing member of the Academy of Management (AoM) and SMA, Frankie is also affiliated with both the national society and local New Orleans chapter of the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) and the Interdisciplinary Network for Group Research (INGRoup).
Since completing his Ph.D. in Management at the University of Georgia’s Terry College of Business in 2010, Frankie’s research has grown to center on informal forms of leadership (mentoring, coaching, role modeling, implicit theories, and leading from various positions within one’s social network). This research has been published in highly regarded academic journals, including the Journal of Management, The Leadership Quarterly, and Communication Research, to name a few, and presented to global audiences at international, national, and regional conferences and through invited presentations. He has established an international teaching and speaking repertoire, having taught, conducted workshops, and presented invited talks on four continents.