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Michael Kroth, Ph.D.

Michael Kroth, Ph.D.

Professor

Office

Boise, 440

Phone

208-364-4024

Mailing Address

322 E. Front Street, Suite 440
Boise, Idaho 83702

  • Ph.D., University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, New Mexico, Training and Learning Technologies 1997
  • M.B.A., University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, New Mexico, Human Resources emphasis, 1992
  • B.A.F.A., University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, New Mexico, BAFA Theater Arts, 1976

  • Journal of Industrial Teacher Education award for Outstanding Article in Conceptual Category, for A Heuristical Motivation Model for Leaders in Career and Technical Education, 2008.

  • University of Idaho Hoffman Award for Excellence in Teaching, 2008.

  • TLT Outstanding Student Designation — University of New Mexico, Training and Learning Technologies Program, College of Education, 1996.

  • Beta Gamma Sigma — National scholastic honor society for students in business and management.

  • Phi Kappa Phi — National academic honor society.

  • Kappa Delta Pi — International Honor Society in Education.

Dr. Michael Kroth is Professor of Education in the Adult, Organizational Learning and Leadership Program at the University of Idaho - Boise. He has written or co-authored five books including Transforming Work: The Five Keys to Achieving Trust, Commitment, and Passion in the Workplace (2001); The Manager as Motivator (2006); Career Development Basics (2009); Managing the Mobile Workforce: Leading, Building, and Sustaining Virtual Teams (2010); and Stories of Transformative Learning (2014). His latest book is Profound Living: Essays, Images, and Poetry.

Michael curates and writes for Profound Living with Michael Kroth (www.profoundliving.live), an online site with essays, photos, and poetry dedicated to contemplating what it means to live a profound life.

  • Profound Learning, Living, and Leadership 

Refereed Books:

  • Boverie, P.E. & Kroth, M, (2001). "Transforming Work: The Five Keys to Achieving Trust, Commitment, and Passion in the WorkPlace." Cambridge, Massachusetts: Perseus Publishing.
  • Boverie, P., Kroth, M. & Seung Il Na. (2008). "My Passion and Work, and Happiness." Seoul, Korea, Sigma, Press. (Korean edition of "Transforming Work: The Five Keys to Achieving Trust, Commitment, and Passion in the Workplace")

Non-Refereed Books:

  • Clemons, D. & Kroth, M. (2010). "Managing the Mobile Workforce: Leading, Building, and Sustaining Virtual Teams." New York, NY: McGraw Hill.

  • Kroth, M. & Christensen, M. (2009). "Career Development Basics," Alexandria, VA: ASTD Press.

  • Kroth,M. (2006). "The Manager as Motivator." Westport, California: Praeger Publishing.

  • Kroth, M. (2008). "The Manager as Motivator." Russia, Moscow: EKSMO Publishing House (Russian Language Edition)

Refereed Journals (selected):

  • Kroth, M. & Peutz, J. (2011). "Workplace Issues in Extension — A Delphi Study of Extension Educators." Journal of Extension.49(1). Article Number 1RIB1.  http://www.joe.org/joe/2011february/rb1.php

  • Kroth, M., Taylor, B., Lindner, L., & Yopp, M. (2010). "Improving Your Teaching Using Synergistic Andragogy." Journal of Industrial Teacher Education.46(3). 135-141. Available at http://scholar.lib.vt.edu/ejournals/JITE/v46n3/pdf/kroth.pdf

  • Kroth, M. & Peutz, J.(2010). "Workplace issues in extension." Journal of Extension [On-line], 48(1).Article 1RIB2. Available at: http://www.joe.org/joe/2010february/rb2.php

  • Kroth, M., & Keeler, C. (2009). "Caring as a Managerial Strategy." Human Resource Development Review, 8(4), 506-531. Online First Available at: http://hrd.sagepub.com/cgi/rapidpdf/1534484309341558v1.pdf

  • Kroth, M. & Boverie, P. (2009). "Using the discovering model to facilitate transformational learning and career development." Journal of Adult Education.38(1), 43-47.

  • Kroth, M. (2007). Maslow — "Move Aside! A heuristical motivation mode for leaders in career and technical education." Journal of Industrial Technical Education, 44(2). 5-36.

Contact

Mailing Address:
University of Idaho Boise Center
322 E. Front Street
Boise, ID 83702

Phone: 208-364-4047

Fax: 208-364-4078

Email: lead@uidaho.edu

Web: Boise Center

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Mailing Address:
University of Idaho CDA Center
1031 N. Academic Way, Suite 242
Coeur d'Alene, ID 83814

Phone: 208-292-2519

Fax: 208-667-5275

Email: lead@uidaho.edu

Web: CDA Center

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