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ODATS—Organizational Leadership Development and Training System was developed and spearheaded by Kim Eagles in 2001. ODATS is currently a bridge between United States and China. ODATS uses strategies and characteristics based on ‘leading change’ for effective leadership. “Global Leadership and Entrepreneurship (GLE) have provided ODATS with an outstanding education for preparing today's leaders—emphasizing innovation, excellence and the impact of valuable principles in today's business world. More specifically ODATS is equipped for building new leaders interested in internships, business development, job readiness, training and recruitment as we promote extensive learning of attaining successful dynamics that drive effective business, management and organizational leadership.
Currently, Dean of the World Academy for the Future of Women, Foreign Faculty at Sias International University and a global business consultant. She is thrilled about new opportunities in Organizational Leadership for 2010. Ms. Eagles has an excellent reputation at Sias International University and is gaining clear understanding of the Chinese culture, as well as having the sincere support of the Sias faculty, students and administration.
Kim has a Masters Degree in Organizational Leadership, Global Leadership & Entrepreneurship - the program was developed at Regent University, Virginia Beach, Virginia. With major attention directed toward international collaboration the discipline name was changed to Global Leadership and Entrepreneurship. The School of Global Leadership & Entrepreneurship (GLE) has provided her with an outstanding education for preparing today's leaders—emphasizing innovation, excellence and the impact of valuable principles in today's business world. She is currently teaching for Fort Hayes State University in Organizational Development and Change that is a fantastic fit for bridging students of the concept of “East meet West”. Topics of her teaching experience includ