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Graeme Coetzer, Ph.D.

Visiting Assistant Professor

Address: Room 241A, North Campus and Tate Center, Room 305, Main Campus
Office Hours: Main Campus: T: 12:00-3:00 pm (Tate 305); North Campus: R: 3:00-6:00 pm (Office 241A)
Phone: 843.953.5688 or (cell) 912.399.5265; Skype: graeme,coetzer
E-mail: coetzergh@cofc.edu
Curriculum Vitae: Download


Graeme Coetzer obtained his Ph.D. in Human and Organizational Development from Simon Fraser University.  He has taught a wide variety of undergraduate, graduate, continuing education and executive education courses at Universities in Canada, Australia, South Africa and the United States.  Graeme held an executive level position for the Workers Compensation System in British Columbia and has been the director of two graduate programs.  He has won several teaching and research awards and has provided a wide range of consulting services for both private and public sector organizations including Microsoft, Boeing, Telus, Google, BC Hydro, Kodak, Kal Tire, Citizenship and Immigration Canada, the U.S. State Department, and many others. 

Dr. Coetzer's research analyzes the impact adult attention deficit on individual, team and executive performance, and the use of non-medicinal interventions in removing cognitive and emotional interference in attending, learning and engaging others in the workplace.


Education

Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, Canada  
Ph.D.,   Organizational and Human Resource Development  -  2002

Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, Canada 
M.B.A.   Human Resource Management  -  1994

University of South Africa, Pretoria, South Africa
Bachelor of Commerce, Major: Industrial Psychology and Accounting  -  1989


Research Interests

  • Examination of adult attention deficit in the workplace
  • Impact of personal spiritual practices and commitments on organizational behavior and performance

Courses Taught

  • Management & Organizational Behavior
  • Managing Diversity
  • Leadership

Honors and Awards

  • Vision Leadership Award.  (2016).  Received the College of Charleston Visionary Leadership Award for leading a Managing Human Differences initiative (brought 300+ sector leaders from across South Carolina dn the U.S. to explore the chalolenges and opportunities of being a diverse society) and establishing the Institute for Organizational and Community Development - Theodore Stern Presidential Legacy Award
  • Excellence in Research. (2009). Received the annual award for Excellence in Research (Central Washington University – College of Business)
  • Excellence in Research. (2008). Received the annual outstanding research paper award from the International Journal of Team Performance Management
  • Excellence in Teaching. (2008). Nominated by students for the annual award (Central Washington University – College of Business)
  • Excellence in Research. (2007). Received the Douglas McGregor international research excellance award - this award is given to the best annual research contribution to the Journal of Applied Behavioral Science.
  • Excellence in Research. (2007). Received the annual award for Excellence in Research  (Central Washington University - College of Business).

Publications

Coetzer, G. (2016). An empirical examination of the relationship between Adult Attention Deficit and the Operational Effectiveness of Project Managers. International Journal of Managing Projects in Business. 9(3), 583-605.

Coetzer, G. (2016).  Researching Autism Spectral Disorder in the Workplace:  Lessons learned from Researching the Relationship between Adult Attention Deficit Disorder and Organizational Behavior.  Journal of Business and Management.  21(2) pg. tbd

Coetzer, G. (2016 – accepted). Mediating influence of Time Management on the relationship between Adult Attention Deficit and Operational Project Management Effectiveness. Journal of Management Development. tbd.

Coetzer, G. (2016). An empirical examination of the mediating influence of Time Management on the relationship between Adult Attention Deficit and Role Stress.  Personnel Review. 45(4), 681-706.

Coetzer, G. (2016 – forthcoming). Emotional Intelligence versus Cognitive Intelligence: Which is the better predictor of Efficacy for Working in Teams?  Journal of Applied Behavioral Management. 16(2) pg. tbd.

Coetzer, G. (2015). An empirical examination of the moderating influence of Dogmatism on the relationship between Adult Attention Deficit and Time Management at Work. Journal of Business and Management. 21(1), 5-28.

Coetzer, Graeme. (forthcoming 2016).  "Emotional Intelligence versus Cognitive Intelligence:  Which is the better predictor of Efficacy for Working in Teams?", Journal of Management Development.

Coetzer, Graeme.  (forthcoming 2016).  "Mediating influence of Time Management on the relationship between Adult Attention Deficit and Operational Project Management Effectiveness."  Journal of Business and Management. 21(1).

Coetzer, Graeme.  (forthcoming 2016).  "An empirical examination of the mediating influence of Time Management on relationship between Adult Attention Deficit and Role Stress", Personnel Review.

Coetzer, Graeme.  (2015).  "An empirical examination of the moderating influence of Dogmatism on the relationship between Adult Attention Deficit and Time Management at Work." Journal of Business and Management. 21(1).

Presentations and Conferences

Coetzer, G. (October 2014). Emotional Intelligence versus Cognitive Intelligence: Which is the better predictor of Efficacy for Working in Teams?  Published in the proceedings of the Annual conference of the Institute of Applied Behavioral Management, Orlando, FL. (Won the Best Paper Award)

Coetzer, G. (2013) Society for Human Resource Management. Designed and delivered a workshop on development of a collaborative management culture.

Coetzer, G. (2012) Leadership Expo, Jekyll Island. Designed and delivered a conflict management workshop.