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Business & Leadership

Paul Longenecker, Ph.D., R.N.

Assistant Professor of Business

Education

  • Ph.D., Health Administration, Kennedy-Western University
  • M.B.A., Health Care Administration and Management, The University of Toledo
  • B.S.N., The University of Toledo
  • A.A.N., Michael J. Owens Technical College

Recent Publications

  • "The Positive Impact of Individual Core Values”, Journal of Business Ethics, Accepted May 2012, Publication date  TBD
  • “The Role of Leadership in Maximizing Ethical Hospice Care by Volunteers”, Audio Recording (CD), Washington, DC: Digital Conference Providers, Inc., March 2012
  • “The Role of Core Values in the IDT: The Next Chapter”, Audio Recording (CD), San Diego, CA: Digital Conference Providers, Inc., October 2011
  • “The Role of Core Values in the IDT”, Audio Recording (CD), Atlanta, GA: Digital Conference Providers, Inc., September 2010
  • “The Ethical Balancing Act of Hospice Care”,  Home Healthcare Nurse. 28(7), July/August 2010, 1-7.
  • Book Review, Ethics in the Workplace, Craig Johnson for 2010 revision, January 2010
  • “Who says we don’t: The perspective from a small Catholic liberal arts college”, Journal of Leadership Studies, Symposium, Fall 2009, 3(3), 83-84.
  • “On growing your own future leaders: Succession planning practices of hospices”, The John Ben Sheppard Journal of Practical Leadership, Spring 2009, 4(1), 117-127
  • Book review, Cases in Leadership, W. Glenn Rowe for 2010 revision, July 2009
  • “Understanding leadership skills of hospice executives”, Journal of Leadership Studies, Fall 2008, 2(3), 17-25
  • “Understanding Leadership Skills of Hospice Executives”, Journal of Leadership Studies, Fall 2008 “The Service Failures – Case Analysis”, Insights, June 2008, pp. 12-13
  • “Passing the Baton: Succession Planning Practices of Hospices”, Audio Recording (CD), Washington, DC: AVEN, April 2008

Recent Presentations

  • Conference Presenter (invited), “An Exploration of Boyer’s Model of Scholarship: The Scholarship of Teaching in the Business Classroom”, 2012 International Assembly for Collegiate Business Education Annual Conference, Kansas City, MO; 4/19/12
  • Conference Presenter (invited), “The Role of Leadership in Maximizing Ethical Hospice Care by Volunteers”, National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization 27th Management and Leadership Conference: It’s About How We LEAD, National Harbor, MD; 3/29/12
  • Co-Presenter, “Best Practices in Mentoring Student Researchers”, Faculty Scholarship Lecture Series; Lourdes University, Sylvania, OH.; 1/26/11
  • Co-Presenter, “American Summer Leadership Institute: What We Learned While in Hungary!”, Faculty Scholarship Lecture Series; Lourdes University, Sylvania, OH.; 11/11/11
  • Conference Presenter (invited), “ The Volunteer’s Role in Ethical Hospice Care”, Midwest Care Alliance Annual Fall Conference – Building a Community of Care, Columbus, OH; 11/3/11
  • Conference Presenter (invited), “The Role of Core Values in the IDT: The Next Chapter”; National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization 12th Clinical Team Conference and Pediatric Intensive – The Hospice IDT: Leading and Innovating Quality Throughout the Care Continuum, San Diego, CA; 10/7/11
  • Conference Presenter (invited), “Succession Planning Practices of Hospice Organizations: The Keys to Success”; Ohio Council for Home Care and Hospice Annual Conference; Columbus, OH., 5/18/11
  • Co-Presenter, “An Exploration of Boyer’s Model of Scholarship: Scholarship of Teaching in the Classroom”; Lourdes College Faculty Scholarship Lecture Series, Sylvania, OH.; 5/4/11
  • Program Presenter (invited), “Ethical Challenges of Fundraising”; Northwest Ohio Association of Fundraising Professionals; Toledo, OH, 3/16/11
     
  • Conference Presenter (invited), “The Role of Core Values in the IDT”; Ohio Hospice & Palliative care Organization Annual Fall Conference, Bridging the Gaps; Columbus, OH., 11/10/10
  • Conference Presenter (invited), “The Volunteer’s Role in Ethical Hospice Care”; 2010 Michigan Hospice & Palliative Care Organization Volunteer Symposium; Bay City, MI., 10/24/10
  • Conference Presenter (invited), “Engaging Non-Technical Business Faculty in Using Learning Technology in the Classroom”; International Assembly for Collegiate Business Education Region IV Annual Meeting; Chicago, IL., 10/4/10
  • Conference Presenter (invited), “The Role of Core Values in the IDT”; Ohio Council for Home Care and Hospice Annual Conference; Columbus, OH., 9/15/10
  • Conference Presenter (invited), “The Role of Core Values in the IDT”; National Hospice & Palliative Care 11th Clinical Conference, Scientific Symposium and Pediatric Intensive – Performing in the Key of E: Excellence in Interdisciplinary Care; Atlanta, GA., 9/13/10
  • Preconference Seminar Presenter; “Ethics for Hospice Managers: A Foundational Module of NHPCO’s Hospice Manager Development Program”;  National Hospice & Palliative Care 11th Clinical Conference, Scientific Symposium and Pediatric Intensive – Performing in the Key of E: Excellence in Interdisciplinary Care; Atlanta, GA., 9/12/10
  • Conference Presenter (invited), “Succession Planning Practices of Hospice Organizations: The Keys to Success”; Florida Hospice Palliative Care Annual Conference; Orlando, FL., 5/20/10
  • Conference Presenter (invited), “Core Values of Hospice Professionals: What Are They Telling Us?”; Florida Hospice Palliative Care Annual Conference; Orlando, FL., 5/20/10
  • Conference Presenter (invited), “Core Values of Hospice Professionals: What Are They Telling Us?”; Hospice Minnesota Annual Conference; Minneapolis, MN., 4/12/10
  • Conference Presenter (invited), “Core Values of Hospice Professionals: What Are They Telling Us?”; Michigan Hospice & Palliative Care Organization Annual Conference; Bay City, MI., 3/30/10
  • Presenter, “Core Values of Hospice Professionals: What Are They Telling Us?”; Lourdes College Faculty Scholarship Lecture Series; Sylvania, OH, 3/23/10
  • Webinar, “Understanding the Core Values of Hospice Professionals: So What is it Telling Us!”, OHPCO, Dublin, OH; 10/20/09
  • Keynote Speaker, “Character Matters”, Lourdes College Department of Business Graduation Ceremony; Sylvania, OH., 5/12/09
  • Conference Presenter, “Ethical Principles for Hospice and Palliative Care”; Recipes for Success, MHPCO Annual Conference; Bay City, MI, 3/31/09
  • Conference Co-Presenter, “The Role of Hospice Leadership in Philanthropy”, Celebrating Excellence, MHPCO Annual Conference; Bay City, MI, 4/29/08
  • Keynote Speaker, “Finding Your Passion Through Research”; Lourdes College 4th Annual Research Symposium; Sylvania, OH, 4/24/08

Research

  • “Advance Care Planning Practices of Health Professionals”. Co-investigator with Elizabeth Nims PhD, RN, CNP. Project started September 2011.
  • “Hungarian-American Leadership Partnership Case Study”. Co-investigator with Dariel Jacobs, PhD and Patricia O’Connell, PhD.  July 2011
  • “An Exploration of Boyer’s Model of Scholarship”. Co-investigator with Christine Boudrie MD and Dariel Jacobs, PhD. August 2010-May 2011
  • “Core Values of Hospice Professionals: A Qualitative Perspective”, November 2010
  • “Core Values of Hospice Professionals”, September 2008 to September 2009
  • “Comparing Core Values of U.S. and Hungary Students”, July 2008

Recent Awards

  • Faculty Excellence Award , Lourdes University; Sylvania, Ohio; 2012
  • Small Business Week Award, Lancaster Fairfield County Chamber of Commerce; Lancaster, Ohio; 2003
  • Campaign Chairman’s Recognition Award - Campaign 2000: United Way of Fairfield County; Lancaster, Ohio; 2001

Grants

  • Lourdes University, Graduate Faculty Research Fellowship Grant, June 2012, $3,000. Advance Care Planning Practices of Health Professionals
  • Lourdes College, Graduate Faculty Research Fellowship Grant, June 2011, $3,000. Hungarian-American Leadership Partnership Case Study
  • Lourdes College, Undergraduate Faculty Research Fellowship Grant, June 2010, $1,000. An Exploration of Boyer’s Model of Scholarship.
  • Lourdes College, Undergraduate Faculty Research Fellowship Grant, June 2010, $860. Core Values of Hospice Professionals: A Qualitative Perspective
  • Lourdes College, Web-Enhanced Course Development Grant, Spring 2010, $1,000. Development of Hybrid Ethical Leadership course in the Masters of Organizational Leadership program

Service

Sunset Retirement Communities

  • Strategic Planning Committee, 2010 - Present
  • Development Committee, 2009 – Present
    • Chair, 2011
  • Resident Services Committee, 2008 – 2009
    • Chair,  2009
  • Board of Directors, 2008 – Present

National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization

  • Member, Research Committee, 2011-2013
  • Member, National Council of Hospice Professionals, 1999-Present
    • CEO/President/Executive Director Section, 1999-Present
      • Steering Committee, 2005-2010
    • Research/Academic/Education Section, 2010-Present
      • Steering Committee, 2011-13

American College of Healthcare Executives

  • Reviewer, Journal of Healthcare Management, 2011-Present
  • Faculty Associate Member, 2010-Present

Advance Care Planning Coalition of Greater Toledo

  • Board of Trustees, 2007 – Present
  • President, 2009-11

Contact

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