Marian Mety

Marian Mety

Title

Core Part-Time Faculty in Management

Phone

586-350-6803

Email

df6106@wayne.edu

Website

www.marianmety.com

Curriculum Vitae

Marian Mety

Academic Programs

  • Management

Expertise

Teaching Expertise

  • Organizational Behavior
  • Management and Supervision
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Human Resource Management

Research Expertise

  • Leadership Theory
  • Self-efficacy
  • Female Leadership

Research and teaching interests

  • Dissertation - Self-efficacy and the Gender-Specific Behaviors of Women Leaders
  • Research focused on the relationship between self-efficacy and the effectiveness of female leaders in banking.
  • A mixed-method study showed that stereotypical gender-specific behaviors can diminish the effectiveness of female leadership if self-efficacy is low or non-existent.

Education

  • Doctor of Business Administration - Baker College Center for Graduate Studies
  • Master of Science in Management - Walsh College of Accountancy and Business Administration
  • Bachelor of Arts - Psychology and Sociology - Wayne State University
  • Current studies - Master of Education in Learning and Technology - Wayne State University

Biography

 Academic Employment:

Wayne State University, School of Business

  • Adjunct faculty (08/2016 - Present)
  • Core Faculty, Dept of Management

Baker College of Clinton Township and Auburn Hills 

  • Adjunct Associate Professor (01/2001 - Present)
  • Dept of Business and Management

Concordia University - Nebraska Online 

  • Adjunct Associate Professor (10/2014 - Present)
  • MBA Program - Leadership Studies

Professional Memberships:

  • American Academy of Management
  • American Management Association
  • International Leadership Association
  • Association of Leadership Educators
  • Association of Talent Development

Publications

  •  Dissertation - Self-efficacy and the Gender-Specific Behaviors of Women Leaders

Presentations

  • Dissertation proposal accepted for poster presentation at the 2013 Lilly Conference Series on College and University Teaching and Learning
  • Dissertation proposal accepted for 40-minute presentation at the 2014 Lilly Conference Series.
  • Dissertation abstract selected for poster presentation at the 2014 Tobias Leadership Conference
  • Manuscript accepted for review in June 2014, Kenneth E. Clark Research Award, co-sponsored by the International Leadership Association and Center for Creative Leadership
  • Manuscript accepted for review in July 2014, Frederick M. Jablin Doctoral Dissertation Award
  • Teaching proposal accepted for 50-minute presentation at the 2017 Lilly Conference Series. Topic - The Importance of Critical Thinking in the Adult Learning Process.
  • Proposal accepted as a roundtable discussion at the 2018 Kansas Leadership Conference for Leadership Developers. Topic - Women in Leadership and Self-efficacy.

 

Awards

 Toastmasters International

  • Certified Toastmaster, 1997
  • Accomplished Toastmaster Bronze, 1999
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