Course Listing - by Instructor

Name Biography
Raymond Atkins
Brush Leadership Solutions
Tina Brush, Ph.D. Instructor: Christina Christenson Brush, Ph.D. Tina is the creator of three certificate programs - Successful Supervision, Lead to Succeed, and Taking Your Leadership to the Next Level. She has offered her programs throughout the southeastern and Midwestern United States. Drawing on over 30 years of experience working with organizations in manufacturing, service, and the non-profit industries and leaders at all levels, Tina's workshops offer self-assessment opportunities, interactive activities based on situations faced by front-line leaders, simulations, opportunities to try out new behaviors and approaches in a "safe" setting, and coaching geared to best practices for creating an engaged and committed work environment. A national presenter, Christina Christenson Brush earned her doctorate in Industrial Relations/Human Resource Management and International Business at Georgia State University where she also completed her MBA. She earned a bachelor's of arts degree in Journalism at The University of Georgia. Tina has served on the faculty at Ohio University and Kennesaw State University where she formed the student chapter of SHRM in 1986. She has taught classes in undergraduate, graduate and executive MBA programs. Tina has over 20 years of consulting and training experience in employee and labor relations and has worked with organizations of all sizes in the profit, non-profit and public sectors in the Midwest and Southeast. Tina has worked with organizations to develop comprehensive management development programs, organizational climate assessments, and as a facilitator for organizational change programs. She has assisted managers in contract negotiations and served as an arbitrator. Tina has also helped prepare organizations as they prepare to enter international markets. She has conducted research in the areas of managerial communication and trust building, family-friendly organizational policies, balancing work/non-work demands, and unemployed professionals.
Deb Hanenkrat
Joan Maschke Joan Maschke has been teaching software application programs for over fifteen years. Prior to teaching, she spent twenty years with a major corporation, seventeen of those years in management. Joan has an MBA from Loyola College, Baltimore, MD and a Master of Science in Information Systems from Kennesaw State University. Joan has taught technology courses at Georgia Highlands College and at North Metro Technical College
Donna Mathias
Orizon IPE, LLC