Velvet Weems-Landingham received her Ph.D. from Case Western Reserve University's Weatherhead School of Management in 2004. Her teaching and research interests include virtual teamwork, leadership, competency development, impression management, and emotional intelligence. Landingham primarily researches the impact to technology on teaching, managing, and leading within organizations. She has taught courses at the undergraduate, graduate and professional levels. She also has nearly 20 years experience designing, developing, and managing training and consulting initiatives for a wide array of organizations.
Landingham is Quality Matters Certified and designs/teaches a variety of online and blended courses, including Leadership and Human Resource Management.
Ph.D., Organizational Behavior, Case Western Reserve University, 2004, M.S., Management & Public Policy, Carnegie Mellon University, 1991, B.S., Public Relations & Communications, Syracuse University, 1989
Weems-Landingham, Velvet L. (2014). Virtual Team Leader Self-Attribution & Responsibility Bias? J. Westover (Ed.), Leadership and Organizational Change.
Weems-Landingham, Velvet L. (2011). Virtual Project Consultants. In N. Panteli & M. Chiasson (Eds.). Preparing Better Consultants: The Role of Academia (pp. 187-195).
Weems-Landingham, V. L. (2009). Is It Me?: Virtual Team Leader Self-Attribution & Responsibility Bias. International Journal of Learning, 16(5), 469-480.
Weems-Landingham, V. L. (2009). Strategic Approaches to Virtual Team Formation. International Journal of Business Strategy.
Weems-Landingham, Velvet L. (2008). Building Virtual Cooperation: Guidelines to Effective Performance. In N. Panteli & M. Chiasson (Eds.). Exploring Virtuality within and Beyond Organizations (pp. 73-94).