Nicholas Maddox III
Professor of Management; Coordinator, Management Program
Nicholas Maddox has taught at Stetson University since 1985. His teaching focus incorporates new leadership and management paradigm concepts and practices for the enhancement of organizations. His classes feature intensive experiential learning methods.
Maddox has been an active trainer and consultant throughout his career often focusing on helping individuals and organizations become more skilled in the management of the human resource. He is a certified hypnotherapist and intends to build a performance consulting business in the near future. Maddox coordinates the Management Program in the School of Business Administration. He has been an active futurist for the past 30 years.
- Ph.D., Florida State University
- M.A., Marshall University
- B.A., East Carolina University
- Human Relations, Leadership and Teamwork
- Managerial Ethics, Sustainability and the Future
- Advanced Leadership Development
- Enhancing Organizational Creativity and Innovation
- Leading Organizational Change and Development
- Human Resource Processes and Practices
- The emerging paradigm of leadership
- Perceptions of the influence of technology
- Attitudes about the future
- The dynamics of healthy organizations
- Trust in organizations
- Experimental learning methods and practices
- Rational-emotive therapy and leadership effectiveness
- Boozer, Maddox and Forte - A Study of the Relationship among Psychological Type, Emotional Intelligence, and the Work Outcomes of Job Satisfaction and Organizational Commitment.
- Heine and Maddox - Hospital Management Reform: A Step to Healthcare Reform.
- Boozer, Engstrom, Forte and Maddox - A Study of the Relationship among Psychological Type, Emotional Intelligence, and the Work Outcomes of Job Satisfaction and Organizational Commitment.
- Trust and Team Building
- Studying the Future and Futurist Techniques
- Organizational Values Clarification and Enactment
- New Paradigm Leadership Thinking and Practice
- Sustainable Business Practices
- Individual and Organizational Creativity Development
- Personal Self-Management
- Phone: 386-822-7435