Kelly Hall

Kelly Hall

Assistant Professor of Management

Kelly Hall is a visiting assistant professor of management in the School of Business Administration at Stetson University, where she has taught undergraduate courses since 2011.

  • D.B.A., management, Kennesaw State University, expected 2016
  • M.S., business administration, Stetson University, 2011

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Course Sampling

  • Human Resource Processes and Practices
  • Human Relations, Leadership, and Teamwork
  • Advanced Studies in Organizational Behavior
  • Enhancing Organizational Creativity and Innovation

Areas of Expertise

  • Management

Biography

Kelly Hall is a visiting assistant professor of management in the School of Business Administration at Stetson University, where she has taught undergraduate courses since 2011. Kelly is a Florida native and Stetson alumna. Her professional background includes sales, corporate training and development, and management.

Research

  • Learning, feedback and performance evaluation
  • Leadership development
  • Employee training and development
  • Reflection and counterfactual thinking in the workplace
  • Strategic human resource practices

Publications

Conferences

  • Hall, K., Mero, N., Cheramie, R. (2016). Reflecting on performance feedback: A proposed framework for the effects of counterfactual thinking on individual learning. Academy of Human Resource Development 2016 International Research Conference.
  • Hall, K., Harrison, D., & Matthews, R. (2016). Synergy in the making: The role of strategic human resource practices in the creation of a marketing dynamic capability. Western Academy of Management 2016 Conference.