Organization and Human Resources Department
PhD, Georgia Institute of Technology
BS, Louisiana State University
Lemoine, G.J., Hartnell, C.K., & Leroy, H. (in press). A moral identity framework of leadership: A comparative and integrative review of authentic, ethical, and servant leadership. Academy of Management Annals.
Lemoine, G.J., Koseoglu, G., Ghahremani, H.,& Blum, T.C. (in press). Importance weighted density: A shared leadership illustration of the case for moving beyond density and decentralization in particularistic resource networks. Organizational Research Methods.
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.
Ten years of experience in business, consulting and entrepreneurship
G. James Lemoine
Organization and Human Resources
School of Management
University at Buffalo
260 Jacobs Management Center
Buffalo, NY 14260-4000
Lemoine shares his research showing how, when and why servant leadership is most effective.
Lemoine discusses his research showing that moral leaders tend to outperform leaders who are amoral or immoral.