Kyle Huff, Ph.D.
Dr. Kyle Huff is an Associate Professor of Management and leads the Management Discipline in the School of Business at Georgia Gwinnett College. He also the currently serves as the Director of the Leadership and Management Development Institute at GGC. Kyle teaches courses in human resource management and organizational behavior. His research interests are around the broad topic of employee assessment. This includes justice perceptions of performance appraisals, threats to the validity of web-based assessment, HR/talent analytics, and alternative measures of psychological constructs.
During his teaching career, Kyle taught classes as a graduate student at Georgia College and State University and North Carolina State University. Huff received his Ph.D. in industrial/organizational and vocational psychology at North Carolina State University. Before that, he earned an M.S. in general psychology from Georgia College and State University and a B.S. in management from the Georgia Institute of Technology.
While earning his degree, he has worked as part of various teams that have completed projects for the U.S. military, O*NET, North Carolina State Bureau of Investigation, and NASA. In addition, he has worked directly for VeriTest and Predvari.
Kyle previously served on the Board of Directors for IHRIM Atlanta.
Georgia Gwinnet College