Dr. Teddie E. Malangwasira is a known expert in Organizational Leadership and Human Resource Development. As a professor, author of three books and journal articles, He uses his research knowledge, works experiences, and everyday real-life examples from across the globe to inspire and motivate the audience whenever he speaks.​​

Dr. Teddie Malangwasira has spoken in numerous cuntries and on several continents, including at the University of Oxford, UK; Las Vegas, Nevada, USA; Copenhagen, Denmark; and Barcelona, Spain. Some topics of his presentations have included "Moderating effects of strategic thinking on the relationship between self-directed learning and leader effectiveness in small organizations," Demographic differences between a leader and followers," and "The importance of Human Resource Development in the workplace."

Dr. Malangwasira's Ph.D. is in Organizational Leadership with a concentration in Human Resource Development. He is ready to speak on important topics at your next meeting.

Below you will find a number of topics based on his recent book Leadership is not about race: How leaders and followers inspire and influence each other.


Just like both a leader and followers need to develop, the organization needs development too. Lack of organizational development is not good for both the company and the employees. Dr. Malangwasira understands that at any level of organization, members work in teams not in groups. Let Dr. Malangwasira be part of your organizations development process.


Front-line leader can make or break an organization because they handle different things and direct different processes. Many of them have been promoted based on being great workers, but they may not be ready to lead from the front line. These men and women face both predictable and unpredictable challenges because of the nature of influence they have on followers.


We know that one skill of being an effective leader is to have a vision that fosters goals. Dr. Malangwasira understands that as a leader one has a duty and responsibility to influence others. Therefore leadership starts with you. People will judge you based on the way you interact with others: your behavior, character, competence, and demeanor. Hence, you have a lot on your shoulders.


Remember that the most important part of leadership is being a follower. Leadership cannot exist without followers. As Edith Wharton once said, "There are two ways of spreading light: to be the candle or the mirror that reflects it." As a follower, you have duties and responsibilities to play in the leadership journey. As Dr. Malangwasira to guide you thought the follower journey.


Conflict is part of our everyday life, and it cannot be avoided. Dr. Malangwasira understands that leading during conflict is not an easy task. He will lead your audience in exploring the fundamental causes of conflict, disadvantages of conflict, advantages of conflict, and what it means to lead during conflict. Leaders must learn to lead through conflicts regardless of situation.


As a leader one needs to develop and grow as a leader. Lack of leadership development leads to lack of vision. As a leader, one must understand that they all develop from being followers first. While we hear a great deal about leadership development, little is discussed about the process which starts from one being a follower. Dr. Malangwasira will walk you through the process.


Leadership training is paramount for any organization because leaders set the tone and direction. Because leadership involves influencing others, many factors work against potentially effective leaders. Therefore, leaders must distinguish between character approach, style approach, and default approach of leadership. Ask Dr. Malangwasira for his guidance.


How do you resolve conflict in your organization or in personal life? While conflicts are part of our daily life, there are better ways of resolving them. Dr. Malangwasira will provide you with his seven courses of actions that will help you be prepared to resolve conflicts. Invite him to be part of your conflict resolution journey to help you better manage conflicts effectively.


Dr. Malangwasira is passionate about helping individuals and organizations succeed in both short-term and long-term goals of individual development, performance management, career development, and organizations development. HRD is an area that is confused with HRM. Dr. Malangwasira will help you and your organization understand the difference.