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Title: Jonathan and Stacy Hochberg Professorial Fellow of Leadership and Director of Executive Development Programs
Department: Department of Management
Address: Funger Hall, Suite 315M
Phone: (202) 994-1669
Curriculum vitae: CV
Blog: Lessons on Leadership
Ph.D., Washington University, 1991
A.M., Washington University, 1989
B.A., Eastern Illinois University, 1985
Area of Expertise: Leadership, Change Management, Executive Development, Emotional Intelligence, Competence Motivation, Management Education
The Scientist and the sage, BizEd, 2007 (with R. Lewicki).
International Encylopedia of Organizational Studies, 2007, Sage Publications (with S. Clegg)
Handbook of managerial and organizational wisdom, 2007, Sage Publications (with E. Kessler)
Fostering emotional intelligence in organizations, Organization Management Journal, 2006 (with C. Seal & R. Boyatzis.)
Teaching with and through teams: Student written, instructor facilitated case writing and the Signatory Code. Journal of Management Education, 2005 (with M. Sass, P. Swiercz, C. Seal & D. C. Kayes).
The relative contribution of emotional competence and cognitive ability to individual and team performance, Human Performance, 2004 (with L. Offerman, N. Vasilopoulos, C. Seal & M. Sass.)
Editorial Positions: Editor-in-Chief, Academy of Management Learning & Education; International Editorial Board, Management Learning; Board of Reviewers, Journal of Management Education; Consulting Editor, International Journal of Managerial Reviews
Professional Activities: Board of Governors, Academy of Management
Current Research: Understanding, and overcoming, resistance to change; leading professional service firms
Grants: He co-authored successful grants from Lucent Technologies to examine the efficacy of their Learning and Performance Center, and General Electric to establish a Learning Excellence Project at Rutgers.
Other: Bailey is a Fellow at the Centre for Management Development at the London Business School, and Research Faculty in the Center for the Study of Learning at the GW Graduate School of Education and Human Development. He previously worked at Rutgers University, where he was the Associate Dean of the School of Management, Associate Director of the Teaching Excellence Center, and Associate Director of the Interdisciplinary Graduate Program in Conflict Management. Additionally, he has held distinguished or visiting appointments at the Institute for Management Development (Switzerland), the William Davidson Institute of the University of Michigan Business School, Helsinki School of Economics and Business Administration (Finland), the American College of Greece, Adelaide University (Australia) and New York University.