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Cindy Kenkel Resume 2012

Cindy Kenkel Resume 2012

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 1311 N Dewey ~ Maryville, MO 64468 home (660) 582-8484 Ckenkel@.nwmissouri.eduwork (660) 562-1652
Dedicated educator with 19+ years of academic and business experience.
Published one nationally distributed textbook and instructor’s manual.
Recognized as challenging, yet caring instructor. Excel at motivating all students to succeed.
Seasoned presenter able to keep students’ attention to enhance th
e learning experience.
Outstanding organizational skills, with a talent for “seeing the big picture.”
Effective team member who is comfortable leading or collaborating.
MBA, Bachelor of Science in Business and Personnel Management.
Marketing Management Department ~ Northwest Missouri State University ~ Maryville, Missouri 1/94 to Present
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR (8/06 - present) / INSTRUCTOR (1/98 - 8/06)
Provide quality instruction in Managerial Communications, Human Resource Management (traditional andon-line), Employment Strategies and Freshman Seminar.
Student evaluations in all courses are consistently above department and university average.
Effectively utilize technology to enhance the educational experience. Constantly update lectures andclassroom techniques to maximize student retention.
Prepare and share teaching materials including grading rubrics, prepared lecture notes and PowerPointpresentations with all Managerial Communications instructors.
Actively advise 50
80 students to ensure they are successful in coursework and professionaldevelopment.
Participate collaboratively and professionally with fellow university employees to continuously improveprograms and coursework for Northwest students.Student Support
Advisor Delta Mu Delta Business Honor Society ~ (8/98-1/07) Outstanding National Chapter 2004,national recognition as STAR chapter 4 of 6 years, Chapter has received highest number of scholarshipslast 4 years out of all other eligible institutions
Sponsor, Society of Human Resource Management (SHRM) ~ (8/01-8/04)
Conduct one-on-one résumé development sessions with 150
180 students per year 
Advisory Council - Students In Free Enterprise (SIFE)Select Accomplishments
Region 5 Teaching Excellence Award from the Association of Collegiate Business Schools and Programs,2006
The Quality REACHE Rodin Award for Excellence in Online Education Spring 2007 (first Northwestrecipient)
Pan-Hellenic (Campus Sorority) Fall 2005, Fall 2007 & Spring 2007 Teacher of the Semester 
Mortar Board (Outstanding Faculty) 2000-2001 & 2004-2005
Most Inspirational Teacher 
Sigma Kappa Fall 2003
Co-developed comprehensive Student Course and Advisement assessment tools used by department
Taught one or two Human Resource Management courses on a consistent basis. Awarded Mortar Board 1995 andOutstanding Teacher by Northwest Missouri State University Greeks 1991-1994.
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Assessment Committee (1999 - Present)
Improvement of Teaching and Learning (Chair 2000
2002), (Member - Present)
Access and Accommodations (Chair 1998 - 1999)(Member 1999
Delta Mu Delta Etiquette Presentations
Booth College Awards Banquet (1998 - Present)
Freshman Seminar Instructor (2001 - 2004)
Employment Equity Committee (Chair - Present)(Member 2000 - 2001)
Team Leadership Presenter 
Department Student Recognition Coordinator (2005-Present)
Resumes Done Write (www.geocities.com/cindykenkel/Resumesdonewrite.html) 1/08
Prepare cover letters and résumés to ensure a favorable first impression.
Interview candidates to develop job histories depicting applicant in most positive light.
Select powerful words and formatting to increase likelihood that applicant will receive an interview.
Resume targets vary from CEO to entry-level positions.
Member of National Résumé Writers Association (NRWA).
Laclede Chain Manufacturing Company ~ Maryville, Missouri 1/93
Human Resource Manager
Managed the Human Resource functions in 150 employee chain manufacturing operation to provideappropriate staffing, training, compensation, and human relations requirements.
Directed all aspects of professional, technical, and hourly staffing including recruitment, selection, andorientation. Served as EEO coordinator.
Created employee manual and interpreted personnel policies to ensure legal compliance with allemployment decisions.
Served as mediator between employees and management, facilitated problem-solving and opencommunication of needs.
Conducted annual wage and benefit survey and recommended changes for achieving external and internalequality. Administrated employee benefit packages (health, dental, 401 (k), and disability, unemployment
and workers’ compensa
tion programs.
Directed safety and health programs to ensure legal compliance and reduce expenses.Select Accomplishments
Initiated and developed Employee Assistance and Employee Wellness Programs.
Coordinated development of pay-for-knowledge training system in Maintenance Department.
Initiated and managed extensive ergonomics program to reduce workers’ compensation claims.
Successfully coordinated efforts to overthrow union organizing campaign.
Pope and Talbot, Inc. (Formerly Georgia-Pacific) ~ Maryville, Missouri 9/86
Human Resource Manager
Managed employment, training and development, safety, and equal employment opportunity programs in100 employee disposable diaper manufacturing operation.
Managed highly successful outplacement program upon plant closing.
Interpreted Division and Corporate personnel, benefit and payroll policies and ensured proper implementation at plant level.
Directed all aspects of professional, technical and hourly staffing and recruitment programs.
Managed, created, and developed employee services such as Wellness and Employee Assistanceprograms.
Represented plant in unemployment and workers’ compensation insurance cases.
Directed weekly payroll and activities of Payroll Clerk and Training Manager.Select Accomplishments
Received award at Missouri Governor’s conference for outstanding service to dislocated workers in 1992.
Facilitated division development and revision of hourly (pay-for-knowledge) level system.
Directed plant program to ensure compliance with new ADA legislation.
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Kenkel, C. (2011). Teaching presentation skills in online business communication courses, MERLOTJournal of Online Learning and Teaching, Vol. 7, No.3, September 2011http://jolt.merlot.org/vol7no3/kenkel_0911.htm Kenkel, C. (2011). Book Review: Saying the Right Thing: A Business Parable by Raymond DiZazzo,Regional Business Review, May 2010, Volume 29, p. 63
Kenkel, C. S. & Adkins, J. (2007). “Résumé Writing: Why Wait Until the End of the Course?” Published in
TheBalance Sheet, March/April 2007. Retrieved April 16, 2007 from http://balancesheet.swlearning.com/0307/0307-comm.html.Kenkel, Cindy (2006).
Extreme Résumé Makeover,
McGraw-Hill Irwin, New York, NY.
Kenkel, Cindy (2006). Instructor’s Manual for “
Extreme Résumé Makeover 
The Ultimate Guide to Renovating Your Résumé,
McGraw-Hill Irwin.Kenkel, Cindy; Adkins, Joni, and Chi Lo Lim (2005). "Deterring Academic Dishonesty Online," The Journal of Learning in Higher Education, Fall 2005. Volume 1, issue 1, pages 17-22.
Kenkel, Cindy (2004). “
Is Your Online Course Flexible Enough? 
,” Syll
abus Proceedings, Summer 2004. One of four selected from electronic version for inclusion in Campus Technology, December 2004 Conference Yearbook editionwith a circulation of 50,000.
Kenkel,Cindy & Walker, Jim (2004). Coauthor, “Gender and Performance Appraisal Discomfort” Midwestern
Business and Economic Review, Fall 2004, Number 34. Bureau of Business and Government Research,Midwestern State University, Wichita Falls, Texas.
Kenkel, Cindy (2004). “Résumés—
Time for a Curriculum Makeover 
Association for Business Communication Southwestern and Southeastern 2004 Refereed Proceedings 
Kenkel, Cindy (2002). “
—Strategies for Delivering Knowledge in the Digital Age,”
written by Marc J.Rosenberg.
Regional Business Review,
Vol. 21, pp.145-147.
Professional Reviewer
 Author Unknown (2002).” 
Generation Y and Religion: An Exploratory Study”
reviewed for the Marketing
Management Association Spring 2002 Conference, Consumer Behavior Track 
National/Regional Presentations
Kenkel, Cindy & Jones, Bre
nda (2006). “Cheating and Technology” Association for Business Communication 71
  Annual Convention in San Antonio, Texas, October 25-28, 2006.
Kenkel, Cindy & Adkins, Joni (2005). “Academic Honesty and Your Online Course: tips to Reduce Cheating”
6th Annual Summer Institute on Distance Learning and Instructional Technology (SIDLIT)
at Johnson CountyCommunity College in Overland Park, Kansas, August 4, 2005.Kenkel,Cindy & Jones, Brenda (2004).
Résumés of Hire Quality,”
FBLA National Fall Leadership Conference 
in Omaha, Nebraska, November 5, 2004.
Kenkel, Cindy (2004). “I
s Your Online Course Flexible Enough
Syllabus 2004 Summer Conference 
in SanFrancisco, California, July 18-July 23, 2004.
Kenkel, Cindy (2004). “Résumés—
Time for a Curriculum
Association for Business Communication Southwestern and Southeastern meeting 
in Orlando, Florida, March 3 - 6, 2004.
Kenkel, Cindy (2004). “The Successful Job Search,” roundtable facilitator,
Delta Mu Delta Triennial Conference 
inFort Worth, Texas, October 15-17, 2004.

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