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David D. Schein
Dr. David Schein provides that special mixture of important subject matter presented in an entertaining fashion. Comfortable in front of large groups or in boardrooms, he speaks about improving leadership and business productivity. His topics cover a wide range of topics, including leadership in the modern age, development of an ethical workplace, sexual harassment, Wage-Hour regulations, Americans with Disabilities Act, substance abuse in the workplace, finding better employees, dealing with weapons in the workplace, and dispute resolution approaches.
Background: Dr. Schein is a established public speaker, as well as a professor and consultant. Through Claremont Management Group, Inc. he provides consulting and training on business and employment matters to many businesses and entrepreneurs from his office in Texas and a satellite office in Virginia. His expert analysis and counsel in employment and dispute resolution matters is based on over forty years of practical experience, including a decade with Fortune 50 companies. Dr. Schein has done numerous seminars and training sessions from coast to coast. He is presently a tenured Professor, the Director of Graduate Programs, and the Cameron Endowed Chair of Management and Marketing at the Cameron School of Business of the University of St. Thomas. He previously served as an Assistant Professor for Virginia State University’s Reginald F. Lewis College of Business and as an Adjunct Associate Professor for the University of Maryland University College’s Master of Science in Human Resource program. He has taught courses at the University of Richmond, McIntire School of Commerce of the University of Virginia, the University of Mary Washington, and other prestigious universities.
Author: He has numerous peer-reviewed publications in academic journals. His published articles for general distribution include: “Independent Contractors,” “Sexual Harassment in the Fitness Industry,” “Family & Medical Leave Act,” and “Impact of The Civil Rights Act of 1991 on Health/Fitness Facilities,” which were published in The Exercise Standards and Malpractice Reporter; “Americans with Disability Act,” LEAPS Newsletter; “Facing the Drug-Test Challenge,” Sam’s Buy-Line; “Should Employers Restrict Smoking in the Workplace,” Labor Law Journal; and “How to Prepare a Company Policy on Substance Abuse Control,” Personnel Journal.
His latest book, Bad Deal for America, will be published in 2021 by Claremont Management Group [ISBN #979-8-9851962-0-7].
His second book, The Decline of America: 100 Years of Leadership Failures, was published in February 2018 by Post Hill Press [ISBN #978-1-68261-503-4]. Find the book on Amazon.com at: https://www.amazon.com/Decline-America-Years-Leadership-Failures/dp/1682615030.
His first book, Teaching Undergraduate Business Ethics, was published in 2014 by Scholar’s Press (Saarbrücken, Germany) [ISBN #978-3-639-70980-3].
Dr. Schein has four articles in the first edition of the Encyclopedia of Business Ethics and Society published by Sage Publishers. He has seven articles for the 2017 2nd Edition of that Encyclopedia. He also has two articles in the Encyclopedia of Security Management, published by Butterworth.
Quoted: He has been interviewed on Houston TV Channel 13, ABC; and quoted in many publications including: Many blogs sponsored by leading publications, as well as Occupational Health & Safety; Convenience Store Management; Communication World; Houston Chronicle; The Houston Post; Lawrence (KS) Journal-World and American Society of Association Executives Newsletter.
Community: Dr. Schein is on the Board of Directors for the Greater Heights Area Chamber of Commerce. He has previously served as Director and Director Emeritus of The Asian Chamber of Commerce, Houston, Texas and served as Executive Director of the Asian Chamber’s first two annual galas. He is a former director of Health Access Texas and the Houston Wellness Council. He is also a Life Member of the Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo, and holds membership in numerous community and professional organizations.
Appearances: Annual Meeting of the Electrical Apparatus Service Association; Annual Meeting and Chapter Meetings of the Plumbing, Heating and Cooling Contractors Association; Annual Meeting of the Virginia SHRM; Heights Chamber of Commerce; Gulf Coast Safety & Training Group; Air Conditioning Council of Greater Houston; Drywall & Interior Systems Contractors Association; Houston Industrial Relations Group; Chesterfield, VA, Bar Association; Houston Business Advisory Council; Houston Personnel Association; Rice University Management Program; Clear Lake Personnel Association; Petroleum EEO Group; Spencer-Stuart Quarterly Meeting; Annual Meeting in New York City of the American Society of Association Executives; National Meetings in Tampa and San Diego and the Houston Chapter of the American Society for Industrial Security; The Association of Human Resources Systems Professionals; Risk & Insurance Management Society; Annual EEO Seminars of the Texas Commission on Human Rights; Annual Meeting of Materials Marketing Associates; Southwestern Paint Convention; National Association of Credit Management; Case Management Society of America and various chapters of Rotary, Optimist and other business and service organizations.
Nickname: Dr. Schein’s clients and friends began calling him “The Employment Guru” many years ago since it is rare to find an employment-related question that he cannot answer.
Radio: Dr. Schein hosted the daily radio program, Its Your Job! In Richmond, VA during 2008 and 2009 to great reviews. During Spring 2016, he appeared every Wednesday afternoon during afternoon drive time on KSEV 700 AM in Houston, speaking about current business and employment matters.
Education: Ph.D. – University of Virginia, JD – University of Houston, MBA – University of Virginia, BA – University of Pennsylvania.
Social Media: Follow him on LinkedIn for the latest updates: https://www.linkedin.com/in/davidschein. You can also find him on Twitter (https://twitter.com/dschein1) and Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/authordavidschein).
See him in action: http://www.youtube.com/user/ClaremontManagement