Leadership and training are at the core of who Dr. Pogue is and the work he does. As a military veteran he learned the critical importance of leadership, 'followship' and training for the benefit of the leader and their teams.
After 10 years as a University Researcher, Professor and Administrator focusing on issues of recruitment and retention, Dr. Pogue expanded his work to include companies addressing the challenge of Generational Talent Management. Using the lens of Multi-Generational Leadership he stimulates thinking through research, critical thinking and transparency, with the goal of positioning organizations to win the 'War for Talent'.
Dr. Pogue works with a wide range of organizations, from The Women's Foodservice Forum, to Brinker International, and from AMD (Advanced Micro Devices) to speaking for various Chambers in Dallas on Courage and Leadership. James has led discussions of experts on the needs of Millennials and Generation Z during the Tom Joyner Morning Show Family reunion and has worked with attendees of the Steve Harvey Mentoring Program.
James is a martial artist having competed for over 25 years and has won five National Titles and earned both Silver and Bronze at the World Championships. Dr. Pogue has two daughters, three grand-daughters and resides in Plano, Texas.