Dr. Robert H. Schram
has thirty-six years of experience as the Executive Director/CEO of a large community non-profit organization (BARC Development Services) supporting children and adults with Intellectual Disabilities, Mental Illness, and Autism
from birth through retirement. Dr. Schram had the honor of receiving Outstanding Doctoral Dissertation Nomination by the Grenzebach Award through the Council for Advancement and Support of Education. He was promoted to Fellow for Meritorious Service in the American Association for Intellectual Disabilities and Autism.
Dr. Schram holds certificates in: Finance from the University of Pennsylvania, Wharton School; Leadership from the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and Desales University; Medical Ethics from the University of Penn Medical School; and Dispute Resolution from the Ford Motor Company. In his book, Company Management…Policies, Procedures, Practices
, he guides entrepreneurs and top managers in the governance and supervision necessary for success.
Dr. Schram provides the following Consulting Services:
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- Cultural and Sexual Harassment
- Development of Bylaws, Policies, and Procedures
- Public Relations
- Supervisory and Progressive Discipline
- Conducting Investigations of Staff Misconduct
- Performance Evaluations
- Improving Staff and Organizational Communication
- Developing Program Quality Control Mechanisms
- Leadership Training for Managers
- Nonprofit Fundraising
- Personal Safety and Abuse Prevention
Robert H. Schram, DPA
Company Management…Policies, Procedures, Practices is written as a guide for both entrepreneurs initiating their own business and top managers of more established companies. It covers all the critically important aspects of governance and supervision necessary for success including: meeting management techniques; fiduciary and financial responsibilities; strategic planning; legal and risk management; initiating and embracing health and safety committees; developing and utilizing an effective human resources department; creating and implementing a position rating manual; fostering public relations; crafting updating, and employing employee handbooks.