SPEECH TITLES AND/OR TOPICS
Diversity | Entertainment | Human Resources/Workplace Issues | Leadership | Management | Stress Management | Media
As the workforce changes, new kinds of presentations are needed to reach an ever-demanding audience. Using a combination of audio-visuals and music, Dr. Dorothy Marcic's presentations grab the attention of participants in a way that helps them listen and remember the important concepts she shares. Traveling around the U.S. and the world as a sought-after speaker, Dr. Dorothy Marcic is recognized for her energetic, innovative and transformative presentations. Her workshops present interactive sessions to help people examine their own strengths and develop a reinvigorated sense of vitality toward their work. Dr. Dorothy Marcic is the creator of the show RESPECT: Women and Popular Music, which takes a fresh look at the women's movement through the eyes and ears of pop music.
Leader of her own consulting practice headquartered in Nashville, Tennessee, Dr. Marcic is adjunct professor at Vanderbilt University's Owen Graduate School of Management and recently was director of the Doctoral and Masters Programs in Human Resource Development at Vanderbilt.
Dorothy Marcic integrates the "Top 40" into her sessions and has worked with more than 1,000 groups both nationally and internationally. Many of her engagements are repeat performances for such groups as AT&T Bell Labs, USAA Insurance, Coco-Cola, Ford Motor, and State Farm. Her work in the media (two weekly TV and radio programs and as production assistant on Mister Rogers Neighborhood,) led to her scripting a videotape on personality types produced at AT&T Bell Labs, and to developing their training program, Management of Diversity. Dr. Marcic also developed a management-training program on empowerment for Hallmark Corporation. As the author of 12 books with combined sales over 500,000 copies, her recent books include Understanding Management With Xtra and RESPECT: Women and Popular Music.
Dr. Dorothy Marcic began her academic career at Arizona State University. During her years as MBA Director at St. Bonaventure University, she organized two major business conferences. At the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse, Dr. Marcic coordinated the Russell Cleary Seminar Series on Entrepreneurship. While living in La Crosse, she hosted a weekly radio program, Mind Your Business, and was selected as Woman of the Year by the La Crosse YWCA. She is a former Fulbright Scholar at the University of Economics-Prague and the Czech Management Center, where she taught MBA students and practicing managers and served as advisor to the U.S. Ambassador of the Czech Republic. Dorothy Marcic spearheaded organizational analysis and intervention projects with the Cattaraugus Center, two arts organizations in the Twin Cities, and the Salt River-Pima Indian Tribe in Arizona.
Dr. Marcic was delegate to the UN Economic and Social Develop Summit in Copenhagen and gave three workshops on ethical management at the NGO Forum. She served for two years on faculty at the Autonomous University of Guadalajara, Mexico, and later supervised a summer school in Guatemala. Because of her expertise in Latin America, she consulted on a UN project in Guatemala. Additionally, Dorothy Marcic has been organizational consultant and management trainer to the U.S. State Department in the Czech Republic, Guatemala and Washington, DC. Dr. Marcic has been active in the Chamber of Commerce, Rotary International, and the Board of Directors of the European Baha'i Business Forums.
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