Saint Louis University

Greg Hoffeditz, Ph.D.

Instructor

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email: ghoffedi@slu.edu
phone: 618-795-1592
address: Brouster Hall
3840 Lindell Ave.
St. Louis , MO   63108
Hoffeditz, Greg

Degree: Ph.D. Human Resource Education - University of Illinois

Degree: M.A. Management - Webster University

Degree: B.S. Law Enforcement Administration - Western Illinois University

Additional Positions: Currently: Lead Facilitator of the Team Challenge Program at YMCA of Southwest Illinois, Belleville, IL
  2010 - Current: Adjunct Faculty at Troy University, Western Region and e-Learning
  2004 - 2006: Adjunct Faculty at Southern Illionis University-Carbondale, Workforce Education and Development
  1994 - 2001: Adjunct Faculty at Chapman University, Concord, Fairfield and Travis Air Force Base sites
Research
Interests:
Military Retirement and Career Transitioning Preparedness
Member of: Civil Air Patrol - Deputy Commander of Cadets - Scott Composite Squadron, Scott Air Force Base, IL
  Air Force Security Police Association - Gateway Chapter (Chapter President 2004 - 2011), Scott Air Force Base, IL
Specializations: Team Building, Leadership, Organizational Behavior, Organizational Development, Training and Development, Communication, Covey 7 Habits of Highly Effective People
Awards: Larsen Career Development Research Grant (University of Illinois)
  Community College of the Air Force Instructor Certificate of Recognition for Sustained Professional Performance (2 awards)
Publications: Hoffeditz, G. A. (2009). Obtaining military records: An overview of the National Personnel Records Center. Tiger Flight, The Official Journal of the Air Force Security Forces Association. 18(4), 42-47.
  Hoffeditz, G. A. (2007). Assessing Military Retiree Career Transition Mental Preparedness and Comparing Results to Two Civilian Samples. Academy of Human Resource Development International Research Conference Proceedings. Indianapolis, IN (Conference Presenter)
  Hoffeditz, G. A. (2006). Military retirement: Exploring the relationships between individual characteristics and career transition mental preparedness. (Doctoral dissertation, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2006). Dissertations Abstracts International, 67, 2549A