Charles L Gilmore
Mr. Gilmore is a native of Houston, Texas, served for 28 years in the U.S. Army Signal Corps and various other positions. Mr. Gilmore joined the APG EEO Team as the Diversity and Leadership Program Manager, after leaving as an EO, EEO Senior Academic Instructor Facilitator, at the Defense Equal Opportunity Management Institute (DEOMI), Patrick AFB Florida. Mr. Gilmore also served as a Basic Combat training Drill Instructor for Alpha Company 7th Training Battalion, Fort Sill, Oklahoma, basic training, and also served as the Senior Army Instructor/Teacher for the Ferguson-Florissant McClure Senior High School Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps program, St. Louis, Mo.
Mr. Gilmore holds an Associate’s Degree in Applied Military Science from Georgia Military College of Augusta Ga., Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Human Resources at Columbia College, Patrick Air Force Base Florida. Mr. Gilmore is currently pursuing a Master’s degree in Leadership and Management through Webster University. He is a graduate of the Defense Equal Opportunity Management Institute (DEOMI), Equal Opportunity Advisor course, DOD Mediation Course, EEO Basic Counselors Course, and EEO Specialist Course, Department of the Army EEO Counselors course, and the Disability Program Managers Course. Mr. Gilmore also held a state of Missouri Teachers Certificate, and Junior Reserve Officers Training Certification.
About the course
This course will provide a description of the socialization process and its impact on individuals in the civilian work force career field as well as in organizations, and of how socialization influences behaviors and becomes a life-changing catalyst for human development. This course will compare the major influences and settings of socialization discussed by sociologist in text and in videos to individual self-concepts. It will explain why a person's acceptance of sociological changes might be difficult when ego defense mechanisms resist change, and provide a self-awareness philosophy, catalyst for change, and strategies for change to aid in understanding why social dynamics influence the role of the civilian employee.