Paul Tesluk on how shared leadership builds better teams (co-authored with Chia-Yen (Chad) Chiu and Bradley Owens).
Dean and Professor
PhD, Pennsylvania State University
MS, Pennsylvania State University
BS, Cornell University
A national expert in leadership development, team design and effectiveness, and organizational climate and performance, Tesluk is a prolific scholar who has published more than 25 articles in the most selective journals in his field, including the Academy of Management Journal, Journal of Applied Psychology and Personnel Psychology.
Seo, M, Hill, S., Taylor, S.T., Tesluk., P.E.., & Lorinkova,
N. (in press). The long-term consequences of affect and leadership
to employee responses to organizational change. Personnel
Dragoni, L. Oh, I.S., VanKatwyk, P., Tesluk, P.E. (in press). Developing executive leaders: The relative contribution of cognitive ability, personality and the accumulation of work experience in predicting strategic thinking competency. Personnel Psychology.
Gibson, C., Stanko, T.L., Gibbs, J, & Tesluk, P.E. (in press). Including the "I" in virtuality and modern job design: Extending the job characteristics model to include the moderating effect of individual experiences of electronic dependence and co-presence. Organization Science.
Dragoni. L, Tesluk, P.E., Russell, J.E.A., & Oh, I.S. (2009). Understanding managerial development: Integrating developmental assignments, learning orientation and access to developmental opportunities in predicting managerial competencies. Academy of Management Journal, 52, 731-743.
Hill, S., Bartol, K., Tesluk, P., Langa, G. (2009). Organizational culture and face-to-face interaction: Influences on the development of trust and cooperation in computer-mediated collaboration. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 108, 187-201