Faculty Directory

Faculty affiliated with the Center for Leadership Ethics include:

Aleksander P.J. Ellis

Assistant Department Head, Management and Organizations
Stephen P. Robbins Chair in Organizational Behavior
Research Director, Center for Leadership Ethics

Areas of Expertise

  • The behavior of groups and teams in organizations
  • Counterproductive behavior, specifically unethical and deviant behavior in the workplace
  • Human resource management issues, including turnover and performance appraisal
520.621.7461 office
520.621.4171 fax
McClelland Hall 405KK

Allison S. Gabriel

Associate Professor of Management and Organizations
Robbins Fellow

Areas of Expertise

  • Emotions at Work
  • Employee Recovery
  • Interpersonal Stressors and Relationships at Work
  • Motivation
  • Employee Well-Being
520.621.1390 office
520.621.4171 fax
McClelland Hall 405 FF

Stephen Gilliland

Peter and Nancy Salter Chair in Healthcare Management
Professor of Management and Organizations
Executive Director, Center for Management Innovations in Healthcare

Areas of Expertise

  • Managerial fairness and organizational justice
  • Leadership development and ethics
  • Human resource staffing and decision making
  • Social and healthcare entrepreneurship 
  • Healthcare management and leadership
520.621.9324 office
520.621.4171 fax
McClelland Hall 405EE

Paul Melendez

Professor of Practice in Management and Organizations
Founder, Center for Leadership Ethics

Areas of Expertise

  • Organizational Ethics
  • International Business
  • Innovative Thinking 
520.621.3688 office
520.621.4171 fax
McClelland Hall 405P

Nathan Podsakoff

Professor of Management and Organizations
Robbins Fellow

Areas of Expertise

  • Employee Citizenship/Prosocial Behavior
  • Organizational Stress
  • Leadership
  • Scholarly Impact in the Field of Management
  • Research Methods in Organizational Research
520.626.0463 office
520.621.4171 fax
McClelland Hall 405PP

Martin Reimann

Assistant Professor of Marketing
Assistant Professor of Cognitive Science (by courtesy)

Areas of Expertise

  • Experience theory
  • Close relationships (interpersonal relationships; consumer–brand relationships)
  • Healthy decision making
  • Product design (aesthetics; coolness; humor; item fit in collections)
  • Affect (desire; hope; curiosity; trust)
  • Neurophysiological explanations of consumer behavior
  • Methods (behavioral experiments; functional MRI; response accuracy; data triangulation; empirical modeling)
520.626.0993 office
520.621.7483 fax
McClelland Hall 320R