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Elizabeth Rozell - Missouri State University. Springfield, MO, US

Elizabeth Rozell Elizabeth Rozell

Associate Dean and Director of MBA Program | Missouri State University

Springfield, MO, UNITED STATES

Dr. Rozell is Associate Dean and Director of the MBA Program at the College of Business, Missouri State University.

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Entrepreneur Project: Wes Scroggins and Elizabeth Rozell - Academic Spotlight Elizabeth Rozell - Professor of Management Bears Show How To Get the Job You Want

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Biography

Dr. Elizabeth Rozell is the associate dean and director of the MBA program in the College of Business at Missouri State University.

She teaches courses, such as organizational behavior and management, and leadership development. Her research interests are in the areas of international entrepreneurship, emotional intelligence and small group behavior.

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Areas of Expertise (11)

Emotional Intelligence International Entrepreneurship Management Organizational Behavior Leadership Business Student Affairs Public Speaking Academic Advising Curriculum Design Adult Education

Accomplishments (5)

Best Paper Award (professional)

2009-01-01

Marketing Management Association Meeting

Provost Fellow in Leadership (professional)

2008-01-01

Missouri State University

Provost Incentive Fund Grant (professional)

2007-01-01

Missouri State University

Governor’s Award for Excellence in Teaching (professional)

2007-01-01

Missouri State University

Foundation Award in Teaching (professional)

2006-01-01

Missouri State University

Education (2)

University of Mississippi: Ph.D., Organizational Behavior 1992

Missouri State University: MBA, Management 1988

Media Appearances (4)

Day in the Life with Stephanie Bryant

Springfield Business Journal  online

2016-05-09

From there, it’s quickly into a meeting with Elizabeth Rozell, one of Bryant’s two associate deans ...

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MBA program ranked among top programs for cost, quality

Missouri State News  online

2015-11-11

“We are thrilled with the recognition of the excellence and affordability of the Missouri State MBA program,” said Dr. Elizabeth Rozell, associate dean of the College of Business and director of the MBA program ...

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Optimism, or lack thereof, can affect job performance

Springfield News - Leader  online

2015-05-15

How do you respond when your job becomes extremely discouraging and you just want to give up? Do you stop trying and become depressed? Or do you push on despite obstacles? From a managerial perspective, what can you do with pessimistic subordinates?...

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Is your workplace dysfunctional?

Springfield News - Leader  online

2015-01-23

A manager's job is to solve problems and create a productive workplace. However, research indicates that at least 70 percent of U.S. employees are not working optimally at their jobs. Leaders and managers sometimes fail in their role as visionaries and facilitators, resulting in a dysfunctional workplace. It is important that such behaviors are dealt with swiftly as dysfunctional behaviors can lead to detrimental consequences. Across industries and organizational types, the signs of a dysfunctional workplace are consistent. So, what does a dysfunctional work environment look like?...

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Articles (3)

Female Perceptions of Entrepreneurial Success Factors Journal of Business and Economics

2015

This study examines female perceptions of entrepreneurial attributes. Results from 27 countries all
over the world indicate more similarities in features inhibiting to a person being a successful entrepreneur between countries than in characteristics contributing to a person being a successful entrepreneur...

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Cultural Prototypes of the Successful Entrepreneur: Comparison of Estonia and the United States Journal of Baltic Studies

2014

This study compares and contrasts perceptions of entrepreneurship success factors in Estonia and the USA...

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Cross-Cultural Diversity in Business Skills–Lessons Learned from the EWORLD Project Trends Economics and Management

2012

The main goal of this paper supervised by a US partner is to present part of the results of the global research project regarding the entrepreneurial skills needed for a new business to be successful...

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