A.B. Kenyon College
M.A. University of Minnesota
M.A. I. R. University of Minnesota
D.B.A. Boston University
Kent Seibert brings to Gordon many years of corporate experience in three Fortune 200 firms. He has also taught business at Wheaton College and served as their Business/Econ department chair. He has published in the areas of management development and the integration of Christianity and business. His current research focuses on faith in the marketplace, social entrepreneurship, and business as mission. The values of stewardship, justice, and service underpin this work. He is passionate about helping students find their calling from God and pursue their full potential in the workplace. He enjoys spending free time with three wonderful women, his wife and two daughters.
Management, leadership, human resource management, organizational behavior, small business management
Selected Recent Research
Seibert, K.W. & Ashley, R. First Things: The Sabbath and the 21st Century Marketplace. Journal of Biblical Integration in Business, 18(1), 5-8, 2015.
Seibert, K.W. Editor of special issue on the Sabbath of the Journal of Biblical Integration in Business, 18(1), summer 2015.
Seibert, K.W. Whither the Sabbath: Exploring the place of the Sabbath/Lord’s Day in the twenty-first century business world. Poster presentation at the Christian Business Faculty Association national conference, Chicago, October, 2013.
Seibert, K.W. Business as mission in light of Augustinian and Thomism theology: Commendations and critiques. Journal of Biblical Integration in Business, 15(1), 87-90, 2012.
Seibert, K.W. Preparing for the rookie year: Lessons from those who have gone before. Christian Business Academy Review, 6(1), 75-88, 2011.
Seibert, K.W. Faith of our fathers: Contemporary lessons from historical Christians on integrating faith and business. Journal of Biblical Integration in Business, 14(1), 73-91, 2011.
Seibert, K.W. Faith in the marketplace, panel discussion moderator, Gordon College, September, 2011.
Seibert, K.W. Beyond commencement: Christian graduates first year in the marketplace. Presentation at Faculty Forum, Gordon College, Wenham MA, Sept. 2010.
The Role of Reflection in Managerial Learning: Theory, Research and Practice, Westport, CT: Quorum Books, 2005, 1999 (With M. W. Daudelin).
Academy of Management
Christian Business Faculty Association
Executive Development Roundtable