Heal Relationships at Work” and “Battling Burnout” were the primary topics of
Erick Lauber’s (Journalism) recent presentation to the Pittsburgh Society
of Association Executives (PSAE).
Founded in 1972, PSAE provides “leadership training, guidance and
unparalleled networking opportunities to executives who serve trade, technical,
business, professional and philanthropic associations” (PSAE website). It is an allied society of the American
Society of Association Executives.
Journalism faculty member, Lauber publishes frequently in magazines and journals on
leadership and on personal growth and development. Before coming to IUP, he was a psychology
faculty member at the University of Georgia and an owner of a training/consulting
company. His PhD is in applied
psychology from the University of Michigan. As a research associate with MARTI, he has conducted leadership training
workshops for a broad range of nonprofit and for-profit organizations in
Pittsburgh, as well as developed a student leadership academy at IUP. Lauber is currently faculty advisor for the
Leadership Development Living and Learning community at IUP.