Adjunct Professor of Business Administration
Charles Corace received his undergraduate degree and M.B.A. from LaSalle University. He has taught Management and Organizational Behavior courses for 15 years at Arcadia University. During his 23-year career with Johnson and Johnson, Corace led organizations that were responsible for the development of Executive Talent, the enhancement of organizational effectiveness across business units, and was responsible for the execution of the Johnson and Johnson Credo Survey. In this role, Corace worked closely with senior leadership to identify indicators of organizational change, which can effectively impact strategic imperatives of the business. As the Director of Leadership and Executive Development, he was responsible for the development and deployment of enterprise-wide leadership development products and services and had primary responsibility for the deployment of Johnson and Johnson’s Global Standards of Leadership. Corace served in The United States Marine Corps, where he attained the rank of Captain, and has worked in retail management, sales, and sales training with several pharmaceutical organizations.
- “Engagement – Enrolling the Quiet Majority”, Organizational Development Journal Summer 2007
- “Building a Leadership Pipeline”, Advances in Global Leadership, Volume 2 (McCall and Mobley, editors)
- “Leadership Development” at Johnson & Johnson”, Best Practices in Organizational Development and Change (Carter, Giber & Goldsmith editors) Jossey-Bass/Pfeiffer