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Rob Bogosian

Rob Bogosian

Florida Atlantic University

Dr. Rob Bogosian is a principal at RVB Associates, Inc., the co-author of Breaking Corporate Silence and has been featured in Business Insider, CNN Money, The Economist, Fortune Magazine, CEO Magazine, San Francisco Chronicle, Bloomberg Radio, Entrepreneur Magazine and more. The firm offers a range of talent management and culture shaping expertise focused on linking management and leadership development to business strategy. Areas of specialization include: global enterprise-wide leadership development, assessment and executive coaching, shaping and sustaining Cultures of Voice, and M & A Culture Integration. Prior to establishing RVB Associates, Rob was Vice President of Performance Development at Wachovia Corporation (a Wells Fargo company). In that capacity, he was responsible for developing strategic talent management and organizational development solutions throughout Wachovia’s asset management line of business. In addition, he oversaw the development of high performing, high potential talent and played a pivotal role with executive teams and individuals helping them achieve their performance development goals. Rob is an Adjunct Faculty member at the Florida Atlantic University, Executive MBA Program in Boca Raton, Florida. He holds a doctoral degree in human and organizational learning from The George Washington University, Washington, DC, a Certificate of Graduate Studies in Organizational Development from Leslie University, Graduate School of Management, Cambridge, MA, and a M.Ed. from Boston University, Boston, MA.

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7 Myths of Leadership in Business

by Rob Bogosian

The Seven Myths of Leadership in Business provides managers with information to help lead in a complex world where platitudes have a very limited place.

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How and Why Millennials are Shaking Up Organizational Cultures

by Rob Bogosian, Charlene Rousseau

Much has been written about the Millennial population who will outnumber the Gen-X and Baby Boomer population in the workplace by 2018. This article examines...

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Human Resources

Employee Silence Is Not Always Consent

by Rob Bogosian, James Stefanchin

This article explores the relationship between (employee) silence and knowledge transfer, which has not been adequately examined. Employee silence is the...

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