Dr. Sean Lyons
Dr. Lyons has published on the topics of gender and generational value differences, role overload, public service motivation and strategic human resource management. He is a frequent speaker on generational differences in work values and attitudes, and has recently presented keynote addresses to a variety of companies and government departments and agencies. His research has been featured in a number of newspapers, including the Globe & Mails Report on Business, the National Post, the Ottawa Citizen, the Financial Post, the Business News Network, as well as on CBC Radio and CBC’s “The National”.
slyons01@uoguelph.ca

Dr. Linda Schweitzer
As an active researcher, Dr. Schweitzer has published in the areas of alternate work arrangements (i.e., telework and virtual teams), strategic human resources management, organizational behavior, women in business and society as well as generations in the workplace. She has experience teaching a wide variety of courses at both the graduate and undergraduate levels, including quantitative methods, statistics, organizational theory, organizational learning, organizational change, organizational behavior, communications and strategic management. Currently, she teaches knowledge management, and power and influence at the graduate level, and managing individuals and managing teams at the undergraduate level. Dr. Schweitzer has also completed advanced training in statistical methods and brings significant project management skills and experience to the team from her previous professional activities in the engineering field.
lschweit@sprott.carleton.ca

Dr. Ed Ng
Dr. Ng’s research is in the areas of gender and diversity in organizations, career issues, and public service motivation.  He has presented his research at national and international conferences, and his work has received several research awards.  He is presently editing a chapter on Diversity in Multicultural Organizations for a crowd-sourcing book project, Management through collaboration: Teaming in a networked world (Routledge, 2010).  Dr. Ng is often invited to speak at the Human Resources Professional Association, the Professionals in Human Resources Association in Riverside-San Bernardino, and the California Agriculture Leadership Program.  He also comments on workplace issues for popular U.S. and Canadian media outlets such as KFWB News 980 Los Angeles, Local Edition of CNN Headline News, and the Globe & Mail, and his research has been reported in the National Post, Toronto Sun, Macleans, Benefits Canada, and the WorldatWork.  He was previously on faculty at the California State Polytechnic University, Pomona.
edng@dal.ca