Presentations

  • McGinnis, Lee Phillip, “Baby Boomers, Millennials, and Age Stereotypes: A Marketing Research Agenda,” Sabbatical findings presented at Stonehill College’s Dean’s Forum, October 2016.

  • Glibkowski, Brian C., Abby G. Schommer, and Lee Phillip McGinnis, “Executive Storytelling Workshop,” Research findings presented at the Stonehill Center for Nonprofit Management, February 2013.

  • Glibkowski, Brian C., Abby G. Schommer, and Lee Phillip McGinnis, “Executive Storytelling,” Research findings presented at the Stonehill’s Development Office, November 2012.

  • McGinnis, Lee Phillip, Brian Glibkowski and Rod Lidenberg, “Managing and Mentoring: Communication Lessons from Expert Golf Instructors.” Presented to the American Association of Inside Sales Professionals in Minneapolis, MN, May 2011.

  • McGinnis, Lee Phillip and Brian Glibkowski, “How the Experts Transfer Knowledge: A Study of America’s Top Golf Instructors.” Presented to the Boston Chapter of the Sales and Marketing Executives International at Wellesley Country Club, April 2011.

  • McGinnis, Lee Phillip and Brian Glibkowski, “How the Experts Transfer Knowledge: A Study of America’s Top Golf Instructors.” Presented to the Teaching Roundtable, Stonehill College, May 2011.

  • McGinnis, Lee Phillip and Brian Glibkowski, “How the Experts Transfer Knowledge: A Study of America’s Top Golf Instructors.” Presented to the Social Science Research Group, Martin Institute, Stonehill College, October 2010.

  • McGinnis, Lee Phillip and James W. Gentry, “Underdogs: Why We Love Them and Their Impact on Our Consumption Behaviors.” Presented at the Alumni Hall, Stonehill College, October 2009. Presented as a Merit Point activity.

  • McGinnis, Lee Phillip, James W. Gentry, and Tao Gao, “The Impact of Flow and Communitas on Enduring Involvement in Golf Moderated by Gender and Playing Experience.” A presentation of dissertation findings. Presented at the Washburn School of Business spring lecture series, November 2006.

  • McGinnis, Lee Phillip and James W. Gentry, “Underdogs: The Real Story.” A presentation on the antecedents and consequences of underdog affection. Presented at the Washburn School of Business spring lecture series, May 2006. Research funded by a Beatrice Grant.

  • McGinnis, Lee Phillip, “Underdog Explorations.” A presentation of qualitative data examining the motivations behind underdog support. Presented at the Washburn School of Business fall lecture series, November 2004. Research funded by a Beatrice Grant.

  • McGinnis, Lee Phillip, “McDonald’s and More.” A presentation of popular culture findings in South Korea. Presented October 2004 at the Washburn International House. Trip funded by a Washburn International House Travel Grant.