Carmine P. Gibaldi, Ed.D.

Professor
Dr. Gibaldi is a Professor of Management & Organizational Psychology. He also has an ongoing consulting practice that addresses issues related to organizational change, leadership, training & development, and executive coaching. Dr. Gibaldi is an expert in areas related to better understanding people in the workplace, managing people at work, higher education, & understanding the adult learner. He has delivered over 40 papers at international conferences addressing issues related to Management & Organizational Behavior, and Higher Education & College Teaching. His most recent papers address Applying Neuroscience to Management, & Using Transformational Learning with Adult Learners. His present research includes “Fear in The Workplace”; “Examining Cultural Implications for Organizational Behavior”; and “Leadership in the 21st Century”. His most recent publication is an article entitled “The Changing Trends of Retirement:Baby Boomers Leading the Charge”. Dr. Gibaldi has received received awards for service, and teaching excellence. He presently serves as the board Chair for the Sansone Foundation a NYC not-for-profit foundation providing social service referral services, supporting education to the less advantaged, and working to foster and build tolerance in NYC.

Teaching Interests

Entrepreneurship & Innovation, Organizational Behavior, Management in a Cultural Context, International Management, Globalization and Social Change, and Organizational Psychology,

Research Interests

“Examining Fear in the Workplace”, “A Failure of Leadership”, “Traits and Behaviors Consistent With being a Successful Entrepreneur”, “The Over monitoring of people at Work”, “Organizational Behavior in a Global Context"

Courses Taught

CAS
1100
CAREER HORIZONS
COM
1100
CAREER HORIZONS
ENT
1002
SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP
ENT
1003
NEW VENTURE INITIATION
INN
200
INVENTION INNOVATION &LAB MKT
MGT
1001
PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT I
MGT
1026
ENTREPRENEURSHIP
MKT
1001
PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING
PSY
1025
ORGANIZATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY