G. James Lemoine

Assistant Professor
Organization and Human Resources Department


PhD, Georgia Institute of Technology
BS, Louisiana State University


  • Leadership behaviors
  • Motivation and organizational citizenship
  • Creativity
  • Gender
  • VUCA business environments


  • Organizational behavior
  • Leadership

Selected Publications

Lemoine, G. J., Aggarwal, I., & Steed, L.B. (2016). When women emerge as leaders: Effects of extraversion and gender composition in groups. The Leadership Quarterly, 27(3), 470-486.

Lemoine, G. J., Parsons, C. K., & Kansara, S. (2015). Above and beyond, again and again: Self-regulation in the aftermath of organizational citizenship behaviors. Journal of Applied Psychology, 100(1): 40-55.

Bennett, N. & Lemoine, G.J. (2014). What VUCA Really Means for You. Harvard Business Review, Jan-Feb, 29.

Selected Awards, Grants and Honors

  • Best Dissertation-Based Paper Award in Organizational Behavior, Academy of Management, 2016
  • Fredric M. Jablin Doctoral Dissertation Award, International Leadership Association, 2016
  • School Wellness Team Higher Education Partner of the Year, Buffalo Public Schools, 2016
  • Georgia Tech Graduate Student Instructor of the Year, 2013-14

Professional Affiliations

  • Board of Directors, Greenleaf Center for Servant Leadership
  • Academy of Management
  • Southern Management Association

Additional Experience

Ten years of experience in business, consulting and entrepreneurship