Understanding Prosocial Leadership
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Dr. Ewest has worked in Higher Education and has also worked as an organizational consulate since 1999. He has consulted with organizations pertaining to leadership development, strategy, ethics, diversity practices and fundraising. His research interests include issues surrounding faith and work, leadership and prosocial behavior and leadership in social entrepreneurship. In addition to his duties at HBU teaching various management topics, he is also currently working as a Visiting Research Collaborator with David Miller at Princeton University Faith and Work Initiative.
Dr. Ewest is also a member of the Principles of Responsible Management Education (PRME), Sustainability Mindset Think-tank, supporting the Global Compact of the United Nations. Before teaching in Higher Education, Dr. Ewest worked as a manager, a district staff pastor, a pastor of spiritual formation with the Christian and Missionary Alliance and even wrangled horses for three years.