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Management Consultants Forum Dallas Fort Worth Chapter

February 16th, 2009

Dr. Monica S. Powell

Dr. Monica S. Powell is the assistant dean of masters programs for the UTD School of Management Dr. Powell recently joined the School of Management after nearly 25 years of extensive executive, management and operational experience in higher education institutions in North Texas.

At the School of Management, Dr. Powell is responsible for managing both the full-time MBA program and the School of Management Career Center. In addition to these responsibilities, Dr. Powell also maintains and supports the school’s relationship with external ranking organizations such as Business Week, Financial Times and U.S. News and World Report.

Dr. Powell also represents the School of Management with regard to many external academic organizations such as the Graduate Management Admissions Council and AACSB. Dr. Powell also teaches both undergraduate and graduate students.

Dr. Powell has a bachelors and masters degree in communications from the University of Alabama and a PhD in Higher Education and a minor in Communications from the University of North Texas.


Mentoring Leadership
Power of Two

A Learning Collaboration - developmental caring, sharing, and helping relationship for mutual growth.

An effective mentoring relationship is characterized by mutual respect, trust, understanding, and empathy. Good mentors are able to share life experiences and wisdom, as well as technical expertise.

Professional consultants possess many of these characteristics and experiences which creates a mutual beneficial relationship opportunity.

Explore with us the Consultant Mentor:

What is a Mentor?
The Mentoring Relationship
Mentor Roles and Responsibilities
Mentor Characteristics
The Mentor a Role Model
Mentoring Tips
Mentoring Activities

Consider mentoring as a means to make a difference in the life of a business/management student. Students are thirsty for the opportunity to talk with accomplished executives who have traveled the beaten path, and who understand first-hand what it takes to excel in a competitive and challenging economic environment.

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