Professor Patricia Faison Hewlin, McGill University：Leadership in cross-cultural contexts
主题一：Leadership in cross-cultural contexts
主讲人：Professor Patricia Faison Hewlin, McGill University
主题二：Cross-cultural Communication in Negotiations and conflict management
主讲人：Dr. Jay Allen Hewlin Desautels Faculty of Management, McGill University
时 间：6月2日(星期五) 上午11:00-12:30
Dr. Patricia Faison Hewlin joined McGill University in 2010.Currently she is an associate Professor (with tenure) of Organizational Behavior in Desautels Faculty of Management,McGill University. She is published in the Academy of Management Journal, Academy of Management Review, Organization Science, Journal of Applied Psychology, Journal of Management Studies, Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, Group and Organization Management, and edited volumes and books including Positive Organizing in a Global Society, Research on Managing Groups and Teams, Exploring Positive Identities and Organizations, and The Business of Culture. Professor Hewlin reviews for the Academy of Management Journal and Organization Science.
Professor Hewlin is an active member of the Academy of Management and is on the editorial board for Organization Science. Her research has been quoted in several Gannet Online properties including Detroit Free Press, Indianapolis Star, Arizona Republic and Des Moines Register. She was featured in Black Enterprise magazine and has appeared on BET News.
She conducts research on how organization members and leaders engage in authentic expression, as well as factors that impede authenticity in every day work interactions. Her research has centered on employee silence, and the degree to which members suppress personal values and pretend to embrace those of the organization, a behavior she has termed as “creating facades of conformity”. Her research interests also include gaining insight on how members cope with perceived organizational value breaches in megachurches and other values-driven organizations. Professor Hewlin's research has recently expanded to studying the role of authenticity and values among diverse organizational leaders and entrepreneurs in Canada and abroad.