Eric H. Kessler is the Henry George Professor of Management, and founding director of the Business Honors Program, in the Lubin School of Business at Pace University in New York City. As a management scholar, Dr. Kessler holds a PhD in organization management and international business; he has produced over 100 research papers and presentations that span a broad array of management issues and published three critically acclaimed management books: (1) Handbook of Organizational and Managerial Wisdom, (2) Cultural Mythology and Global Leadership, and (3) Management Theory in Action: Real World Lessons for Walking the Talk. As a management educator Dr. Kessler instructs courses and conducts developmental workshops on a range of management levels and topics; in addition he has worked as an executive educator, corporate speaker, and has led numerous global management field studies traveling across six continents. As a management professional, Dr. Kessler is a Fellow and Past President of the Eastern Academy of Management and a long-time member of the Academy of Management; he has served on several management journalsrsquo; advisory and editorial boards and has worked with a wide variety of large and small as well as private and government organizations. Dr. Kessler has received many academic honors and awards, is a member of Phi Beta Kappa, and has been inducted into national and international honorary societies in business, forensics, economics, and psychology.Brian D. Fitch, Ph.D. is a lieutenant and a 30-year veteran of the Los Angeles County Sheriffrsquo;s Department. Dr. Fitch is the former director of the Los Angeles County Sheriffrsquo;s Department Education-Based Incarceration program, as well as lead facilitator for the agencyrsquo;s Deputy Leadership Institute curriculum. Dr. Fitch holds faculty positions at California State University Long Beach and Southwestern Law School. He has trained more than 5,000 law enforcement professionals throughout the United States and abroad, in leadership, supervision, ethics, leadership, and communication. Dr. Fitch has also taught in the leadership development programs sponsored by the Los Angeles Police Department, Los Angeles Fire Department, and California Police Officers Association. Dr. Fitch has published more than 30 articles and book chapters, and is the co-editor of two prior volumes ndash; Education-Based Incarceration and Recidivism: The Ultimate Social Justice Crime Fighting Tool (Information Age Publishing, 2012); and Leadership in Education, Corrections, and Law Enforcement: A Commitment to Ethics, Equity, and Excellence (Emerald Books, 2011).