Academic Presentations

Academic Presentations

  •  Whiting, Vicki (2013). Panel Moderator. “Backfire: America’s Healthcare Crisis,” Westminster College Master’s in Public Health. Salt Lake City, Utah.
  •  Whiting, Vicki. (2013). “Communication Approaches to Patient Centered Care” HealthInsight Telehealth Webinar. University of Utah Hospital, Utah.
  •  Whiting, Vicki & Halliday, Mary Ann. (2013). “Strategic Networking Skills for Women” Women of Influence Conference. Utah Women of Higher Education Network. Ogden, Utah.
  • Whiting, Vicki & Whiting, Kevin. (2013) “In Pain We Trust: The Profound Power of Listening in Patient Centered Care” Patient Center Care In Action Convention, HealthInsight & Medicare & Medicaid Services Quality Improvement Organization, Salt Lake City, Utah
  • Whiting, Vicki & Whiting, Kevin. (2013) “In Pain We Trust: The Profound Power of Listening in Patient Centered Care” Charge Nurse Workshops (four workshops of 200 Charge Nurses each), Intermountain Healthcare, Salt Lake City, Utah
  • Whiting, Vicki & Whiting, Kevin. (2012) “In Pain We Trust: The Profound Power of Listening in Patient Centered Care” Board of Trustees Meeting, Intermountain Healthcare, Salt Lake City, Utah
  • Whiting, Vicki & Whiting, Kevin. (2012) “In Pain We Trust: Using Listening to Create Improved Patient Outcomes,” Society for Consumer Healthcare Advocacy, American Hospital Association, Austin Texas.
  • Whiting, Vicki & Whiting, Kevin. (2012) “In Pain We Trust: Listening and Advocacy to Improve Patient Outcomes and Decrease Costs,” Continuing Education Seminar, Myriad Genetics, Salt Lake City, Utah.
  • Whiting, Vicki & Whiting, Kevin. (2012) “The Profound Power of Listening: Improving Patient Outcomes and Decreasing Costs,” Patient Centered Care Symposium, Hospital Corporation of America, Salt Lake City, Utah.
  • Whiting, Vicki (2011). Panel Moderator. “International Maternal Health Forum,” including Representative Jim Mathieson and international representatives of Global Healthcare organizations. Salt Lake City, Utah.
  • Whiting, Vicki R., de Pillis, Emmeline & Hatch, John. (2009) “A Five Phase Approach to Poverty Eradication: An Educational Proposal for Sustainable Leadership and Sustainable Aid” Global Forum on Business as an Agent of World Benefit: “Managing as Designing in an Era of Massive Innovation, The United Nations Global Compact, hosted by the Clinton Global Initiative.
  • Whiting, Vicki R. (2008) “The Future of Global Management: Evolution in the Role of Management Thought Leadership, Research and Teaching” All Academy Caucus Leader, Academy of Management. Anaheim, California.
  • Garcia, Joe, de Janasz, Suzanne & Whiting, Vicki. (2008) “Faculty as Entrepreneurs?  Enter at Your Own Risk…” Invited panelist. Organizational Behavior Teaching Conference, Bentley College, Boston, Massachusetts.
  • Dr, Karl Weick, Dr. Cindi Fukami, Dr. Joe Bentley, Dr. Vicki Whiting. (2006) Invited facilitators for Organizational Behavior Teaching Society Doctoral Consortia. Rochester, New York.
  • Whiting, Victoria. (2005) “A new vision of faculty: Using Mentor Networks to Enhance Knowledge, Social Capital and Career” invited panelist, Academy of Management, Oahu, Hawaii.
  • Whiting, Victoria. (2005) “Blindfolded Square: An Experiential Leadership Activity”  Paper presented at the Organizational Behavior Teaching Conference, Scranton, Pennsylvania.
  • Whiting, Victoria & de Janasz, Suzanne. (2003) “The Role of Mentoring in the Knowledge Economy”  paper presented, Academy of Management, Seattle, Washington.
  • Whiting, Victoria. (2002) “The Mall Crawl:  Taking the classroom to the streets”  Paper presented at the Organizational Behavior Teaching Conference, Orange, California.
  • Whiting, Victoria & de Janasz, Suzanne. (2002) “The Courage to Teach Without a Safety Net:  Using Facilitative Skills in the Classroom” Paper presented at the Organizational Behavior Teaching Conference, Orange, California.
  • Whiting, Victoria. (2000) “Strategic Planning.” Keynote speaker for the Certified Public Managers.  Salt Lake City, UT.
  • Whiting, Victoria. (2000) “Establishing Credibility in the Classroom.”  Paper presented at the Organizational Behavior Teaching Conference, Carrollton, Georgia.
  • Whiting, Victoria & Krause, Aric. (2000) “Strategic Planning for Board Members”  Association of Utah Community Health.  Provo, UT
  • Whiting, Victoria. (1999) “How to Motivate your Diverse Workforce”.  Certified Public Managers, Invited Speaker.  Salt Lake City, UT
  • Whiting, Victoria & de Janasz, Suzanne. (1999) “On-line mentoring: Erasing the border between classroom and business” Paper presented at the Organizational Behavior Teaching Conference, Las Cruces, New Mexico.
  • Whiting, Victoria. (1998) “Mentoring in a pluralistic environment: Issues, challenges and new directions.” Paper presented at the Academy of Management, Chicago.
  • Whiting, Victoria & Reardon, Kathleen. (1998) “Communicating From a Distance: Establishing Commitment in a Virtual Office Environment.” Paper presented at the Academy of Management, San Diego.
  • de Pillis, Emmeline, Reardon, Kathleen, Whiting, Victoria & Rowe, Alan (1997) “Leadership Styles in the MBA Pipeline:  The Vanishing Supportive Woman.”  Paper presented at the Western Academy of Management, Tahoe.
  • Whiting, Victoria & Reardon, Kathleen. (1995) “Virtual Office: The Human Response.” Paper presented at the Academy of Management,  Vancouver.
  • Whiting, Victoria, Reardon, Kathleen & de Pillis, Emmeline. (1995) “The Impact of Telecommuting on Organizational Communication.”  Paper presented at the International Communication Association,  Albuquerque.
  • Whiting, Victoria & Reardon, Kathleen. (1995) “Telecommuting, An Organizational Panacea?” Paper presented at the Western Academy of Management, San Diego.
  • de Janasz, Suzanne & Whiting, Victoria. (1995) “Functional Diversity and Innovation: A Theoretical Investigation.@ Paper presented at the Western Academy of  Management, San Diego.
  • Whiting, Victoria & Feyerherm, Ann. (November, 1993) “Early Identification of Leaders Based Upon Their Ability to Learn.” Best Paper Award. Paper presented at the Institute for Behavioral and Applied Management   Annual Meeting.