September 25, 2012
Tim Reynolds has joined Ohio University’s Robert D. Walter Center for Strategic Leadership as executive director and executive-in residence teaching in the management department.
“We are fortunate to have Tim with us with his vast corporate experience with a Fortune 500 company, success in leadership development at the management and executive level and achieving proven success in talent creation,” said College of Business Dean Hugh Sherman. “Tim fully understands our values and culture at the College of Business and is committed to developing the talent and leadership capabilities of our students so that at graduation they are ready for their professional careers.”
The Robert D. Walter Center for Strategic Leadership focuses on a select leadership program to accelerate leadership capabilities of high-potential College of Business students; a certificate program to develop strategic leadership skills for the College of Business and students from around the university; and a major within the management department.
Reynolds joins the college with more than 24 years of corporate experience with leading fortune 500 companies including Marathon Oil Company, Abbott Laboratories, Johns-Manville Corporation and Whirlpool Corporation. Most of his career has been spent working for Whirlpool Corporation in global human resources and organizational development for product business, technology and manufacturing organizations.
In addition, Reynolds has been an adjunct faculty member at Tiffin University and the University of Findlay teaching Human Resources Management and Organizational Behavior. He has published articles in journals and has been a regular speaker at national conferences.
Reynolds received his BBA in HRM/MGT in 1987 from Ohio University and his masters degree in Labor and Human Resources from Ohio State University. He serves as a member of the Executive Advisory Board for the College of Business at Ohio University and is on the Advisory Board for the graduate Labor and Human Resources program at Ohio State University’s Fisher College of Business.
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