Michael manages recruitment technology and assessment strategy for Sprint and directs recruitment services for the Network Operations, IT, Product Development and Wholesale divisions. The Sprint staffing team leverages innovative and industry leading strategies to implement world class recruitment and selection processes. In addition, Michael serves as an internal consultant with a focus on job analysis, needs assessment, selection system design & validation, performance management, optimizing technology in the hiring process, and the recruitment and sourcing of top talent.
Throughout his career, Michael has helped organizations redesign recruitment and selection processes to better leverage technology and human capital, introduce alternatives to inefficient and ineffective assessment strategies, and better equip managers to make sound hiring decisions. Michael has written articles and presented at conferences on numerous topics including innovations in assessment, internet-based testing, measuring selection and hiring ROI, assessment centers, adverse impact, banding, job analysis, performance evaluation, and managerial assessment and development.
Michael attended the University of Maryland where he earned his Master of Science degree in Psychology. Michael started his career in industrial/organizational psychology as a "Beltway Bandit" consultant in the Washington, DC area. He later joined the civil service sector where he worked at both the Federal and City/County levels, before returning to the private sector. In addition to his role at Sprint, he serves as an expert advisor to the Human Capital Institute (HCI) Talent Acquisition Community, as well as an adjunct faculty member in the KCKCC Psychology Department.