Like nearly all workers, I enjoy developing myself and want to have fun doing it. I started Time for Development to help organizations establish a human resource development strategy and follow-through on employee development initiatives, while ensuring the training being offered is necessary, well-received by employees, and impactful on organization outcomes.

To accomplish these goals, we conduct an introductory meeting to:

1. Discuss on-going, current, and/or new concerns related to the employee and organizational performance.

2. Identify stakeholder groups.

3. Establish goals for the partnership.

4. Lay out a path for moving forward.

By the end of the meeting, you will leave feeling confident and clear about the direction we're about to go.

Trainer HR Consultant Fort Wayne, Indiana, Onboarding, HR


Founder & President

I've spent the last several years teaching human resource development coursework and providing consultation to Indiana companies looking to improve their employee onboarding and retention. I am passionate about improving employee satisfaction, motivation, and performance, and view these projects as a unique opportunity to leverage my background to help organization leaders enhance their workplace.


Originally from Milwaukee, Wisconsin, I earned my Ph.D. from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee in Human Resource Development. Prior to becoming an Assistant Professor of Organizational Leadership at Purdue University-Fort Wayne, I served as director of UW-Milwaukee's Military and Veterans Resource Center. Since 2011, I have been a practitioner, consultant, and a researcher supporting the career transitions and development of veterans, college students, and employees in the workplace. 


In my spare time, I love being in the outdoors, traveling, and trying new foods. My wife, Tiffany, and I moved from Wisconsin to Fort Wayne, Indiana in 2016, and we have a beautiful little girl named Makenzie who keeps us on our toes.