Stan Remple, Ph.D.
Professor of Graduate Program, M.A. Leadership; Project Leader - MA Leadership, China
B.A. in Psychology (Sir Wilfred Laurier), MSW in Individual and Family Therapy (Carleton), M.P.H. in Health Administration (North Carolina, Chapel Hill), M.H.A. Post-Graduate Diploma in Mental Health Administration (North Carolina, Chapel Hill), and Ph.D. in Community Systems Planning and Development (Pennsylvania State).
Research & Scholarship
In addition to directing the MAL program, Dr. Remple teaches courses in strategic leadership and results-based leadership, is a major research project advisor, and is researching issues related to the development of healthy leadership-based organization culture.
Awards & Honours
Received the Governor General Commemorative Medal in 1993; recipient of the TWU Christian Leader award in 1997; established a provincial home service for children with disabilities; leader in income support reform initiatives; introduction of management/leadership accountability and performance measurement frameworks in the public sector; administrative devolution of initial child welfare services within a First nations community. Has served on numerous nonprofit, church, and business boards; retired from the public sector and a number of years as Assistant Deputy Minister in British Columbia and Deputy Minister of Family and social Services in Alberta; more than ten years as a senior management consultant; and teaching in the MAL program for more then seven years. Led the establishment of a MAL program and leadership institute at the Pan Africa Christian University in Kenya, and is currently working with a China-based organization to deliver the MAL program in China sometime in 2009.
Stan Remple works in School of Graduate Studies in the department of MA Leadership.