Dr Jaichand Sewkarran
TUI e-mail: email@example.com
My teaching philosophy is to create a working environmental atmosphere to bridge students, administrators, faculty and other supporting staff to build a relationship so that students can be successful. Provide a general guidance so that it will allow me to provide students with quality teaching, personalized academic support, and leadership development opportunities that promote a lifetime of learning and achievement. As an academia I will out reach to students in many ways such as advising, provide supports, resolve their concerns and problems, and initiate new strategies for the institution to increase graduation and retention numbers.
As an instructor, I will offer my services to my teaching profession and students 24/7; bring practical experience to the students; provide opportunities for skill enhancement in areas such as providing feedback to students; problem based learning; handling difficult students; an opportunity to interact and communicate with a diverse student population within a global community, and enhance both instructor and student critical thinking power to foster success.
Major: Organizational and Management
Major Concentration: Leadership
School: Capella University
Date Granted: January 2009
Major: Advance Management Studies
Major Concentration: Management
Date Granted: 2006
Major: Financial Management
Major Concentration: Finance
School: Iona College
Date Granted: 1998
Major Concentration: Business Education
School: Iona College
Date Granted: 1997
Name of Supervisor or Chair for Doctoral degree(s):
Dr Raj Singh
Title: Exploring the relationship between Knowledge Sharing and Employee Performance.
The research if there is a relationship between knowledge sharing and employee performace.
Teaching interest includes business and management courses at undergraduate level, MBA Level and PhD Level. My interest is to teach finance courses at undergraduate level.
Employee’s Performance AND Effective Tools to increase Retention.
To share my knowledge to students and conduct research on student’s retention.
Training and development to teach online with respect to eCollege in 2009 and Blackboard in 2011.