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  • Doctor of Philosophy in Business Administration focusing on Organization and Management.

  • Business Analytics Certificates in Data-Driven Decision Making.

  • Expert Coach and Consultant

  • Assistant Adjunct Professor of Psychology of Coaching and Consulting at Grand Canyon University, College of Doctoral Studies.

  • Subject Matter Expert (SME) in quantitative and qualitative reasoning.

  • National Small Business Administration (NSBA) Leadership Council Member.

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  • LaJuan Perronoski Fuller, Ph.D., honorably retired after 20 ½ years from the United States Air Force. Dr. Fuller is the College of Business Program Chair of Graduate Studies (MBA and DBA) at Westcliff University. As the programchair, he manages syllabi, creates and revises curricula, and oversees dissertation chairs. Dr. Fuller is a subject matter expert and has developed MBA courses and assessments for several universities as an independent contractor before accepting the Program Chair of Graduate Studies role. His leadership, management, and business administration expertise was also used to formulate business strategies for small businesses, charter schools, and city, state, and military executive leadership.

Please provide a summary of your work history, qualifications, and background:

  • Developed communication strategy which led to city proclamation for a non-profit organization.

  • Academic leadership developing academic and industry strategies.

  • Provided organizational leadership strategies to the City of Corpus Christi, TX executive leadership.

  • Conducted leadership development workshop for the Robert Trent Jones Golf Trails executive leadership and supervisors.

  • Provided personality assessments and leadership development for the USAF Honor Guard.

  • Co-led for US Air Force Senior Enlisted leadership development conference.

  • Delivered Pacific Air Forces Theoretical Strategies of Organizational Leadership.

  • Provides executive summaries to senior executive leadership.

  • Developed organizational structures and business plans for startup tech companies.

  • Created business strategies for 10 small businesses.

  • Data analysts for political campaigns.

Why would a prospective client want you to be their coach? What are some compelling aspects of your background/career/experience that we should know about?

  • Dr. Fuller received Business Analytics certificates from Cornell University and Harvard Business School. As a business management consultant for over ten years, he utilized data-driven decision-making to develop strategic advantages resulting in city proclamations, public charter school approvals, and small business innovation initiatives in local communities. As a result, Dr. Fuller was selected to the National Small Business Administration (NSBA) Leadership Council to cultivate policy between small businesses and government policymakers. Finally, Dr. Fuller bridges the gap between industry consulting and coaching theory and practice by publishing relevant findings in peer-reviewed journals: the Journal of Human Resources and Sustainability Studies, the Open Journal of Business and Management, the Open Journal of Leadership, International Business Research, the International Journal of Social Science Studies, and Modern Economics.

What’s your primary coaching method? What type of coaching do you primarily perform? Accountability, performance,life, health, etc.

  • Organizational Leadership

  • Organizational Citizenship Behavior

  • Diversity and Inclusion

  • Employee Satisfaction, Retention, and Performance

  • Empathetic Leadership

  • Business Strategies

  • Managerial Decision-Making

  • Creative Solutions

  • Team Building


What are some positions you have held in your career that you would like prospective clients to know about?

  • Executive Coach/Consultant

  • Supervisor

  • HRM Manager

  • College of Business MBA and DBA Program Chair


Do you have any personality or trait assessment certifications?

  • DiSC Classics

  • Workplace Big-5 Profile


Do you have any articles or publications? Have you been featured in any? If so, what were they?

  • Fuller, L.P. (2023) Empathetic Leadership and Motivating Language Influence on Organizational Citizenship Behavior in Leader-Member Exchange Relationships. International Business Research (Accepted March 3, 2023; Published May 2023).

  • Fuller, L.P. (2022) Employee Perception of Leadership Tolerance of Deviance and the Moral Disengagement from Organizational Citizenship Behavior. Journal of Human Resource and Sustainability Studies, 10, 356-379.

  • Shifa, M., Fuller, L.P. (2022) The Performance of Ethiopian Microfinance Institutions in Balancing Social Responsibility and Financial Sustainability. Modern Economy, 13(10), 1269-1291. doi: 10.4236/me.2022.1310068

  • Fuller, L.P. (2022) Normative Legitimacy Management and The Expansion of Purpose-Driven Workforces Through Organizational Identity. International Business Research, 15(6). doi:

  • Fuller, L.P. (2022) Small Business Leadership and Ethical Attributes That Influence Employee Job Satisfaction. Open Journal of Business and Management, 10, 350-368.

  • Fuller, L.P. (2022) Diversity and Inclusion Favoritism: Creating Distributive Injustices That Erode Organizational Identity. International Journal of Social Science Studies, 10(1), 78-92.

  • Fuller, L. (2021) Managing Peer-to-Peer Cooperation Using Knowledge-Based Trust and Encouraging the Willingness to Share Tacit Knowledge. Open Journal of Business and Management, 9, 1246-1262.

  • Fuller, L. (2021) Foundational Leadership Theory: The Inward and Outward Approach to Examine Ethical Decision-Making. Open Journal of Leadership, 10, 79-94.

  • Fuller, L. (2021) Distributive Injustice: Leadership Adherence to Social Norm Pressures and the Negative Impact on Organizational Commitment. International Business Research, 14(9), 21-37.

  • Fuller, L.P. (2021) Foundational Leadership Theory: A New Ethical Approach to Reducing Knowledge-Hiding Practices Among Employees. International Journal of the Social Science Studies, 9(5), 67-76.

  • Fuller, L.P. (2021) Foundational Leadership Theory: An Ethical Leadership Approach to Developing Positive Employee Work Engagement. Open Journal of Business and Management, 9, 2136-2151.

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