Dr. Carolin Rekar Munro is a professor and the intellectual lead for leadership and human resources for the Faculty of Management. She has collaborated with leaders in the public and private sectors in areas such as change management, organizational renewal, strategic planning, performance management, leadership development, succession planning, and team building. Her published work includes bridging multi-generational differences; developing and sustaining high performing teams; ROI from training initiatives; leadership models for transitioning teams to interdependence; wellness management of HR practitioners; and mentoring Generation Y. She is currently conducting research in two areas: 1) exploring how Generation Y plans to shape the organizational landscape globally; and, 2) the needs and expectations of Generation Z as they prepare to enter the labour market.
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Mentoring needs and expectations of Generation-Y human resources practitioners: Preparing the next wave of strategic business partners (Journal of Management Research, 2009)As organizations prepare for the arrival of Generation-Y HR practitioners as the next generation of strategic business partners in our 21st century workplaces, questions ignite about Generation-Y’s values and aspirations, ...
"Best practices" in teaching and learning: Challenging current paradigms and redefining their role in education (College Quarterly, 2005)With pervasive and persistent changes affecting education, educators are called to challenge current paradigms about best practices in instructional design and delivery and redefine how they are integrated into the curriculum. ...