Dr. Kenneth De Meuse is a globally recognized authority on organizational behavior and business psychology. Founder and principal of Wisconsin Management Group, Dr. De Meuse serves as the Novareté thought leader translating ethical concepts into practical application in the work place.
As a business leader and management consultant, he worked full-time for Union Carbide and Intergraph, was Vice President of Global Research at Korn/Ferry International, and Executive Vice President of Research and Product Development for Tercon Consulting. In addition, he has served as an external management consultant for several global companies such as Nestle USA and Lucent Technologies as well as federal government agencies such as the Department of Energy and the Internal Revenue Service.
Dr. De Meuse received his Ph.D. in industrial/organizational psychology from the University of Tennessee, his master’s degree in psychology from the University of Nebraska, and his bachelor’s degree in psychology and mass communications from the University of Wisconsin. Dr. De Meuse has been on the faculties of the University of Nebraska, Iowa State University, and the University of Wisconsin – Eau Claire. During this time, he has published more than 50 journal articles, authored five books, and delivered numerous conference presentations on organizational behavior, employee attitudes, and team effectiveness. His most recent book, FYI for Talent Engagement: Drivers of Best Practice for Managers and Business Leaders, has been purchased by organizations around the world to enhance employee performance.
A recognized and well-respected expert on the identification and development of high potential leaders as well as organizational restructuring and downsizing, Dr. De Meuse is frequently interviewed by the national and business media. He has appeared on ABC News, CNN, AP Radio, and National Public Radio and his research has been featured in publications such as The Wall Street Journal, Business Week, Fortune, U.S. News & World Report, The New York Times, and USA Today. In addition, more than 100 universities and 200 corporations have contacted him regarding his research findings. Recently, he was elected Fellow by the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology for his contributions to the science and practice of talent management.