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Daniel E. Goldberg is an Assistant Professor of Instruction in the Department of Human Resource Management. He is also the Academic Director of the Business Management Bachelor of Business Administration Program.
He founded the national optical chain “For Eyes.” Subsequently, he created an international management, marketing, public relations, and advertising firm.
He has been interviewed in publications such as Newsweek, Business Week, and Investor’s Business Daily, as well as many major United States newspapers. He also has appeared on Good Morning America and other television and radio programs.
In December 2018, Goldberg will earn his Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership from Delaware Valley University. He achieved a Master of Business Administration from Kutztown University, and a Bachelor of Arts from Temple University.
- Lighten Up and Lead, The Institute for Effective Leadership/AuthorHouse, 2007, link.
- The Entrepreneur’s Guide to Successful Leadership, (co-authored with Don Martin) Praeger, 2008, link.
- Soaring To Enlightenment – The Secret to Living a Contented Life, AuthorHouse, 2012, link.
- The Entrepreneur’s Guide to Running a Business: Strategy and Leadership, (contributor) Praeger 2014
- Giacalone, R.A., Promislo, M.D., Goldberg, D., & Giacalone, E.A. (Vol. 11, 2014). “Shifting Values, Student Educational Preferences, and Ethics in the Business Curriculum.”
- Journal of Business Ethics Education
- Alter, Theodore R., Glenn E. Sterner III, Elyzabeth W. Engle, Madison S. Miller, Alyssa M. Gurklis, Paloma Z. Frumento, Susannah H. Barsom, Gary S. Calore, and Daniel E. Goldberg “Achieving the Promise of Sustainability Though Civic Engagement and Public Scholarship,”
- Prepared for Public Scholarship, Sustainability, Community Engagement Colloquium, October 30th, 2015 link.
- Smart Business Now Magazine – Columnist (5 years)
- ROI Magazine – Contributor (4 years)
- 1975- United States Senate: Senate Select Committee on Small Business – Recognition for the Marketing of Professional Services
- 1977 – Chapel of the Four Chaplains – Recognition for Business and Community Work
- 2002 – Citizen Diplomacy Award for American Business by the International Visitors Council of Philadelphia (IVC) – now Citizens Diplomacy International, Philadelphia, PA: for teaching Russian business executives strategic planning. These executives were chosen by the President of Russia and sponsored by the United States government under the Presidential Management Training Initiative (PMTI)
- 2002 – The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania House of Representatives: “Certificate of Appreciation” for his activities with PMTI
- 2017 – HRM Adjunct Faculty of the Year
- HRM 5402 – Ethical Management
- HRM 1101 – Leadership and Organizational Management
- BA 3102 – Business Society and Ethics
- HRM 4597 – Critical Skills for Effective Managers
- HRM 3501 – Power, Influence and Negotiation