- PhD: Pennsylvania State University, Instructional Systems
Lenny Pollack is Professor of Practice in Labor and Employment Relations. Dr. Pollack develops and teaches online and residential courses in leadership, human resources, and leadership communications.
Throughout his career, Lenny has been committed to improving the performance of individuals and organizations. He is a certified executive coach and has expertise in the areas of leadership, performance management, survey creation and administration, organizational development, group facilitation, change management, and strategic planning.
Before joining the College of the Liberal Arts, Dr. Pollack served as the Director of Penn State’s Human Resource Development Center and Strategic Services and taught courses in leadership, management, planning, communications, and change management. Lenny also serves as adjunct faculty in the University’s College of Education.
Dr. Pollack’s prior work includes accomplishments in all phases of instructional design, including needs assessment, job analysis, course design and development, program evaluation, and the creation of professional development systems. He has developed and delivered educational products for a variety of professionals representing several industries. Instructional programs and performance assessment tools authored by Dr. Pollack have been delivered via classroom instruction, print materials, conferences, self-study, clinical instruction in the workplace, audiotape, and instructional video.
Lenny has a Ph.D. in Learning and Performance Systems and an M. Ed. in Counselor Education from The Pennsylvania State University, and a B.A. in Psychology from the Indiana University of Pennsylvania.