Eric McKibben applies advanced research methods and statistics to create insight for clients. Eric has expertise in measuring and creating employee engagement and understanding and managing emotions in the workplace.
In addition to his position as an associate with Slade & Associates, Eric is an adjunct professor at Clemson University in the College of Business and Behavioral Science. At Clemson, Eric teaches courses in personality psychology, industrial-organizational psychology statistics, and research methods. Eric also consults with organizations in the healthcare and retail industries. He helps organizations leverage their employees’ level of engagement in the job, which in turn, maximizes employee performance and company profits. He trains CSRs in emotion management to maximize customer satisfaction and revenue.
Eric published a number of articles on employee engagement and emotion regulation in professional journals such as: Journal of Applied Social Psychology, Journal of Research in Personality, British Journal of Social Psychology, and Military Psychology among others. Additionally, Eric has presented his research at the Society for Industrial-Organizational Psychology and Academy of Management.
Eric earned a Ph.D. in Industrial-Organizational Psychology from Clemson University. He earned the College of Business and Behavioral Science’s Outstanding Graduate Student Research Award for his published work on employee engagement.