Emily Hoole

Experience

Emily’s work at CCL with clients, faculty and researchers spans many industries and regions. Her industry experience includes work in high tech, automotive, pharmaceuticals, manufacturing, finance, retail, energy, government, food and beverage, education, nonprofit, and bio tech with clients located in North America, Europe, Africa and Asia. She combines evaluating thinking with organizational learning in her work with faculty and clients to improve the effectiveness of organizational interventions.

Prior to CCL Emily was the Director of Evaluation at The Rapides Foundation, a healthcare foundation, managing multiple, large, multi-year evaluation projects focused on healthcare, education and economic development. Emily also served as the CEO of a non-profit organization and worked in the media and healthcare fields.

Current Role

Emily serves as Group Director of Global Research at the Center for Creative Leadership, a not-for-profit research and educational institution with headquarters in Greensboro, NC. In this role, she leads the Center in setting the strategy for global research and evaluation to both align with and anticipate clients’ needs regarding leadership and leadership development to address critical challenges and issues; identifies priorities for the Center’s portfolio and aligns resources and projects to accomplish those priorities; and ensures that results of our research and evaluation are disseminated widely to inform leaders and organizations around the world. Emily also serves as a researcher, consultant, speaker, author, and program designer.

Areas of Expertise

Evaluation, Organizational Learning and Effectiveness, Assessment, Organizational Leadership, Culture Change, Competency Models

Educational Background

Ph.D. in Assessment and Measurement from James Madison University; M.P.A. in Public Administration from James Madison University; B.S. in Political Science from James Madison University

Professional Affiliations

Emily is very engaged in her local community and is a member of Gate City Rotary and currently serves as a Board Member and President-Elect. Emily is a member of the American Educational Research Association (AERA), American Evaluation Association (AEA), and the Academy of Management (AoM).

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Curriculum Vitae

Emily’s work at CCL with clients, faculty and researchers spans many industries and regions. Her industry experience includes work in high tech, automotive, pharmaceuticals, manufacturing, finance, retail, energy, government, food and beverage, education, nonprofit, and bio tech with clients located in North America, Europe, Africa and Asia. She combines evaluating thinking with organizational learning in her work with faculty and clients to improve the effectiveness of organizational interventions.

Emily serves as Group Director of Global Research at the Center for Creative Leadership, a not-for-profit research and educational institution with headquarters in Greensboro, NC. In this role, she leads the Center in setting the strategy for global research and evaluation to both align with and anticipate clients’ needs regarding leadership and leadership development to address critical challenges and issues; identifies priorities for the Center’s portfolio and aligns resources and projects to accomplish those priorities; and ensures that results of our research and evaluation are disseminated widely to inform leaders and organizations around the world. Emily also serves as a researcher, consultant, speaker, author, and program designer.

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Honors, Awards, Grants

  • Grant from Society for Human Resource Professionals (SHRM) Foundation. Creating and Sustaining Virtual Teamwork Effectiveness: An Examination of Leveraging Polarities.
  • Grant from Robert Wood Johnson Foundation for evaluation of Using the Six Sigma process in a public health clinic system in Guilford County, N.C., to improve health outcomes.
  • Ad hoc reviewer for the American Journal of Evaluation, the Journal of Business and Psychology, the Journal of Leadership Education and the Leadership Quarterly.

Current Projects

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