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BLANCHARD, Céline »


Associate professor
Faculty of Social Sciences
School of Psychology

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Office: 613-562-5800 (4886)
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Organizational climate, leadership development, Motivation, adjustment and psychological growth, self-regulation processes, social psychology.

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BRADLEY-ST-CYR, Ruth »


Part-time professor
Faculty of Arts
English

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Home: 613-443-4484
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I study Canadian publishing history, specifically the impact of the sale of the Ryerson Press in 1970 to McGraw-Hill and its impact on cultural policy and the Canadian publishing industry.

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CARRIÈRE, Jules »


Jules Carrière

Associate Vice-President, Faculty Affairs
Associate professor
Telfer School of Management

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Office: (613) 562-5800 (4744
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CONACHER, Duff »


Part-time professor
Faculty of Law, Common Law Section

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Cell: 416-546-3443
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All aspects of democratic reform and development and good government and clean politics in Canada and on an international level (elections, parties, political and government ethics, lobbying, parliament, political finance, access to information, policy development, legislative process and law and legal institutions and processes, political communications, open government, honesty in politics, roles of politicians and media, public administration, human rights protection and court processes) and Canadian Constitution and government accountability generally. All aspects of corporate responsibility (governance, transparency, ethics, shareholder rights, sustainabiliity), especially bank and financial institution accountability. All aspects of nonprofit sector (structure, governance, communications with public and media relations, advocacy, organizational behaviour and development, project management, relationship with government and political process overall. All aspects of civics education.

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GOH, Swee Chua »


Marketing/Health/Human Resources
Full professor
Telfer School of Management

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Office: 613-562-5800 (4743)
Home: 613-738-2332
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Organizational learning, effective people management, organizational restructuring, downsizing, leadership, redesigning organizational structures, managing change, competitive advantage.

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LAPIERRE, Laurent M. »


Professor
Associate professor
Telfer School of Management

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Office: 613-562-5800 (4914)
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Dr. Lapierre’s research focuses mainly on two topics: Work-family conflict and leader-follower relationships. Work-family conflict refers to the incompatibility between one’s work and family obligations, which is related to a host of problems, such as reduced employee health, satisfaction at work and at home, and job performance, as well as increased absenteeism and intentions to quit their job. Dr. Lapierre’s research has revealed that the organization, the immediate manager, the employee, and the employee’s family can each play a significant role in reducing the employee’s work-family conflict. His work has outlined specific actions that each party can take to achieve this goal. In his work on leader-follower relationships, Dr. Lapierre’s gives particular attention to the influence that followers can have on their leaders. A leader cannot exist without at least one follower, implying that employees’ acts of followership would have some influence on the leadership displayed by their superiors. The critical question is: What is effective followership? Dr. Lapierre has begun working on identifying different followership styles among employees and how these styles could impact their managers’ leadership behaviors, such as being more versus less directive, participative, supportive, and inspirational. This research will guide current and future employees on the role they can play in gaining the leadership they need from their superiors. Dr. Lapierre’s research has been published in various journals, such as the Journal of Management, Personnel Psychology, the Journal of Occupational Health Psychology, and the Journal of Vocational Behavior. He was made a Telfer Research Fellow in recognition of his scholarly contributions.

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MACINTOSH, Eric »


Eric MacIntosh

Associate professor
Faculty of Health Sciences
School of Human Kinetics

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Sport management researcher with a focus on organizational behaviour and marketing.

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SIMARD, Louis »


Louis Simard

Professor
Associate professor
Faculty of Social Sciences
Political Studies

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Office: 613-562-5800 (1958)
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Public policies, environment, energy, public participation, instruction of public action

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WESOLOWSKI, Peter »


Peter Wesolowski

Researcher
Support staff member
Faculty of Social Sciences
Political Studies

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My area of specialization concerns management, ethics, human resources management, leadership, and HR administration focusing on the public-sector. My work concerns some of the following important topics: Hiring, Personnel Selection, Personnel Management, Anti-Fraud: Nepotism and Favouritism Prevention in Organizations, Responsible Hiring Process Development, Hiring and Technology including eRecruitment, Human Resources Information Systems (HRIS), Recruitment and Job-Search, Job Application Processes, Hiring Process Fairness, Resume and CV Standards, Organizational Behavior, Situational Judgment Testing, Pre-Employment Evaluations, and Employee Screening

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