Meltdowns in the workplace can be disastrous. Knowing what to do and how to respond – before – during – and afterwards will aid to prevent them occurring and mitigate the damage if they do occur. Dr Lee E. Meadows, Ph.D (aka The Lull Doctor) is a Professor of Management at Walsh College and Consultant with over 30 years of experience working for and consulting with leading organizations on a variety of management issues. He is also the author of the business leadership fable: Take the Lull by the Horns! Closing the Leadership Gap
Dr. Meadows was the Chairman of the Management Department at Davenport University’s Dearborn Campus. He teaches management courses for both the undergraduate, MBA and Doctoral program at Walsh. He also conducts seminars for the Business Leadership Institute of Walsh College and does independent consulting on management and organizational issues. He teaches seminars, based on his book, ‘Take the Lull By the Horns: Closing the Leadership Gap,’
In addition to his teaching and consulting responsibilities at Walsh College, Dr. Meadows is also a contributing Business Columnist for the Novi News, the Northville Record and the Michigan Chronicle.
Dr. Meadows was born and raised in Detroit. He graduated from Northern High School where he went on to earn his undergraduate and graduate degrees at Michigan State University. While at Michigan State, he worked as both a university administrator in the University Housing Program and an adjunct professor in the College of Education. He earned his Doctorate in Higher Education Administration with a concentration in management and organizational behavior.
Dr. Meadows has worked in training and organizational change for a variety of companies. As an independent consultant specializing in Change Management, Core Management Skills, Team building, Diversity Training and Corporate Motivational Speaking, has consulted with numerous small, mid-size and large companies, police agencies, state and local government agencies, several k – 12 school districts as well as mid-size and large universities. As an HR professional, his practical experiences include having worked at Michigan State University, General Motors, the Kellogg Foundation, EDS/A.T. Kearney Consulting Services and Con-Way Transportation Services.