Resume–Brady Prenzlow

[headline size=”large” align=”center”] Brady Prenzlow [/headline] [headline size=”small” align=”center”] 10514 Vera Cruz Dr. N. ● Brooklyn Park, MN 55443 [/headline] [headline size=”small” align=”center”] (651) 235-0787 ● [email protected][/headline]   EDUCATION M.B.A.    St. Cloud State University, Maple Grove, Minnesota December 2011 GPA:  3.93 M.Ed.    University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota May 2003 Area of Study:  Business and Marketing Education GPA:  3.96 License:  Business Education 5-12 Honors:  National Business Education Association 2003 Award of Merit B.S.        Winona State University, Winona, Minnesota May 1998 Major:  Marketing Minor:  Business Administration GPA: 3.93 Summa Cum Laude   CURRENT WORK EXPERIENCE Marketing Instructor North Hennepin Community College, Brooklyn Park, Minnesota July 2005–Present Subjects taught:  Principles of Marketing; Introduction to Business; Principles of Management; Consumer Behavior; Professional Sales and Sales Management; Advertising and Sales Promotion; Marketing Research; Human Relations; and Supervision Skills developed:  Creative instructional designer for online, hybrid, and face-to-face formats Dynamic, clear, and active presenter of conceptual and technical information Experienced user of computer-based learning tools Desire2Learn, WebCT, Captiva, Adobe Presenter, Google Sites, Google Hangouts, WebEx, The Microsoft Office Suite, McGraw-Hill Connect, and Pearson MyBizLab Strategic collaborator among internal and external stakeholders including students, administrators, industry educational partners, and accrediting agencies Skilled change agent project manager for large-scale improvements in course, degree, and program alignment and assessment Department Coordinator Duties: cheduled over 100 classes each semester among the Business, Accounting, and Computer Management areas Maintained The Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP) accreditation through outcomes assessment annual reporting Hired, scheduled, and oriented all part-time faculty in the Business, Accounting, and Computer Management areas Managed all articulation agreements with 4-year partners of NHCC Business Owner Prenzlow Photography (Sports...

Sample of Teaching Work–Brady Prenzlow

Principles of Marketing Online Presentation Prenzlow Bio for Students What’s the Difference Between Needs and Wants (Video Mini Lecture) Why is Market Segmentation so Important? (Video Mini Lecture) What to Consider if You are Marketing a Service Rather Than a Good? (Video Mini...

Personality-Brady Prenzlow

The Profile of a Disciplined Analyzing Achiever Daniel Goleman states that Emotional Intelligence has two components: Understanding yourself, your goals, intentions, responses, behavior and all. Understanding others, and their feelings. Like most of us I am still working on the first bullet, but focused on learning more every day.  If you have had the opportunity to spend any time with me, you have more than likely realized that I am motivated by quantifiable goals. This is reflected in my personal, professional, and most definitely cycling life.  However, you may not have understood a few of my intentions, responses, or behaviors. I have been married over 11 years and I’m pretty sure my wife is still trying to figure out a few of these? Here is a quick snap shot of a few of those areas based on some recognized personality and strength assessments. Myers-Briggs I would imagine most of us have taken the MBTI Assessment at some point.  I feel that the results of this assessment are a good starting point, but as I have taken more personality assessments this measure has become less useful to me.  The purpose of MBTI is to make C. G. Jung’s psychological types more understandable and useful in people’s lives. According to MBTI, I am considered an: ISFJ (Introversion, Sensing, Feeling, Judging) Quiet, friendly, responsible, and conscientious. Committed and steady in meeting their obligations. Thorough, painstaking, and accurate. Loyal, considerate, notice and remember specifics about people who are important to them, concerned with how others feel. Strive to create an orderly and harmonious environment at work and at home. The one reason I...

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