Testimonials

 

Hello, Dr. Frederick,
Thank you for all of the feedback throughout the course. I copy and paste into a central file so I can keep as a reference moving forward. Your commitment to our studies and writing styles is clearly evident and I am sure I speak for everyone when I tell you how much it is appreciated!
~~ Lee

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Hi Brother Tom.
Thanks for echoing what all of us in the coursework with Dr. Nwosu already know. He has been a great help to all of us, in so many ways. He is very professional, friendly, a great role model, and a brother in need. His candor, wisdom, and truthful advice are worth all the pain of the doctoral study. Thanks to you, Prof, for helping all of us and being a great mentor.
- Iyke

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I am sitting here reading your note with a wide smile on my face. Not only do you motivate us with tips, guidance, instructions, and directions, your sense of humor can never go unnoticed.
- Gerry

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Dr. Frederick, just thought I would let you know that together with your hard work, I finally got approved to move forward to the IRB process. Thanks for everything.
- Steve

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Hello Dr. Nwosu,
Thanks for the insights and strong recommendations. You made some good points about my topic as I thought long and hard about what I want my dissertation to be going forward. I agree that the location is important of which I was focusing on the New York area and take a look at the larger companies as they have more leaders and roles involved versus a smaller company. As you stated, it will change from time to time. Also, organizations are looking to utilize leaders in a more of different role and have middle management focus on its employees. Thanks again for these insights as they are very helpful. I am looking to use a leadership role, but not sure what type and how it would fit into my data collection and the actual scope of my dissertation.
~~ Val

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Thanks Dr. Nwosu,
Your insight on what I need to re-visit for my problem statement is greatly appreciated. You are correct in that the fact has already been established that there is a lack of female presence in the executive offices of banks so I must dig deeper and find out the facts of why and what can be done to reverse the cycle. Thanks.
~~ Crystal

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Dr. Frederick,
Thank you for all your help throughout the semester. I look forward to working with you again in the future. Best Regards,
~~ John

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Dr. Nwosu,
I am grateful to have learned under your leadership. This was a valuable opportunity for me. Thanks for the encouragement and most of all your patience. I hope I have the opportunity to meet you at a residency or a trainining convention. You are appreciated.
~~ Kimberly

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Dr. Nwosu,
I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for everything. It has been a pleasure being in your class. I believe your class has been the best I have attended since being at this university. I also hope your talents take you wherever you are trying to go. Thank you. Sincerely,
~~ Belinda

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Dr. Nwosu,
I have enjoyed your class, but I must drop at this time for work related reasons. I look forward to being in another of your classes in the near future. Keep up the good work.
~~ Brian

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Hello Dr. Frederick,
I have to let you know that I have really enjoyed your class, and I will be talking to you about the future when I get back next week. Take care and may God Bless You.
~~ Carl

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Dr. Frederick
I just wanted to take the time out and say thank-you for a great class. I learned a lot - things that I didn't know were happening in the global world. Wish I had other classes with you because the way you taught the class was great. I just had to let you know I appreciate everything. Maybe I will have a class with you in the near future. Take care.
~~ Diane

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Dr. Frederick Nwosu,
Thank you again for an incredible class, as always. I learned and exercised my mind!
~~ John

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Toast To Dr. Frederick
From Kenneth Klutse
Wednesday, January 1, 2014

I met Dr. Frederick as a professor to one of the classes in my MBA program. Among all the professors that I have taken in my studies so far, Dr. Frederick stands out as a unique professor among his peers because of his special care for his students. Dr. Frederick opened his door for me when I needed an extension to present my home work because of family issues. He was so gracious to me, and since then he has become a friend, brother, and mentor both spiritually and academically. The impact Dr. Frederick has made in my life cannot be overemphasized.

May I take this opportunity to share with you how I perceive Dr. Frederick. He is the embodiment of self-effacement, a man of wisdom incarnate, and a gentle persona. Even though Dr. Frederick has his PhD in Finance, Doctorate in Theology, an Evangelist, and an Apostle, he hardly shows off with his credentials. Instead, with humility, love, and chuckles he advises and encourages everyone who comes in contact with him to explore and maximize his or her God-given potentials. By the encouragement of Dr. Frederick, I am in my PhD program and I am loving it. He is there to give any assistance that I need academically at no financial cost. This is the man who will always say, “I have done most of the talking; now it is time to listen to you.” Even though I have not met him personally, I call him friend and brother because he has unlocked something in me, the ability to pursue my PhD education. I look forward meeting Dr., Dr. Frederick Nwosu in person, and that will be the greatest moment in my life if that day materializes, because I will be privileged to meet one of the humblest philosophers of this world.

I would like to end with this quoted by Albert Schweitzer, “In everyone's life, at some time, our inner fire goes out. It is then burst into flame by an encounter with another human being. We should all be thankful for those people who rekindle the inner spirit (Covey, 2004). This is a quote that fits the status of my Dr., Dr. Frederick Nwosu.

May the Good Lord of hosts, the creator of the Universe, continue to bless you, Dr., Apostle Dr. Frederick.

References:
Covey, S. R. (2004). The Leadership Challenge: Rekindling the Inner Spirit.