Dr. Daniel has over 20 years of management experience, which provides him with a unique ability to relate management theories into practical application for students. Prior to teaching, Dr. Daniel worked in the public sector for 25 years where he gained management and leadership experience at the medium, upper, and executive levels. During his tenure, he effectively managed large, complex organizations and concentrated balancing operations with quantifiable data and information on leadership development and specific organizational performance outcomes. He has completed consulting assignments in small, medium, and large organization in the areas of leadership development, performance management systems, organizational development, and sustainability. His use of quantifiable measurement provides a reality-based foundation for individual, managerial, and organizational growth.
Dr. Daniel’s research interests include performance management systems, organizational culture, and the impact of reciprocity in leader-follower relationships.
Dr. Daniel has a B.S. from Kennesaw State University, a M.P.A. from Jacksonville State University, and a Ph.D. in Management from Walden University. He also has a senior certification in Human Resource Management from the Society of Human Resource Management (SHRM).
Dr. Daniel is an active member of his community in Rome and Floyd County, Georgia. He volunteers as a board of director for many agencies and volunteers with several others. He is also an elected member of the Floyd County Board of Education.