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Brad Owens (PhD, University of Washington) is an Associate Professor of Business Ethics in the Marriott School of Management at Brigham Young University. His research has been published in the Academy of Management Journal, Journal of Applied Psychology, Organization Science, Personnel Psychology, Leadership Quarterly, Journal of Management, Journal of Business Ethics, and Public Administration Review. Under the general umbrella of Positive Organizational Scholarship, his research focuses on the impact of leader humility on individuals and teams, ethical leadership, and relational energy. Brad's teaching interests include business ethics, organizational behavior, and research methodology.
- Post-Doc, Center for Positive Organizational Scholarship, University of Michigan, 2011
- PhD, Organizational Behavior, University of Washington, 2009
- MOB, Organizational Behavior, University of Washington, 2007
- MPA, Public Administration, Brigham Young University, 2004
- B.S., Human Development, Brigham Young University, 2002
- Academy of Management 2004
- "A Self-Regulatory Perspective of Abusive Supervision: Psychological and Neurological Predictors.", Personnel Psychology.
- "How Does Leader Humility Influence Team Performance? Exploring the Mechanisms of Contagion and Collective Promotion Focus", Academy of Management Journal, Volume 59, Pages 1088-1111, 2016.
- "Initiating and Utilizing Shared Leadership in Teams: The Role of Leader Humility, Team Proactive Personality, and Team Performance Capability", Journal of Applied Psychology, Volume 120, 2016.
- "Leader Relational Energy: Implications for Job Engagement and Job Performance.", Journal of Applied Psychology, Volume 101, Pages 35-49, 2015.
- "Leader Narcissism and Follower Outcomes: The Counterbalancing Effect of Leader Humility", Journal of Applied Psychology, Volume 100, Pages 1203-1213, 2015.
- "Humility in Organizations: Implications for Performance, Teams, and Leadership, Organization Science", Organization Science, Volume 24, Pages 1517-1538, 2013.
- "Moral Stress: Considering the Nature and Effects of Managerial Moral Uncertainty, Journal of Business Ethics", Journal of Business Ethics, Edition 4, Volume 106, Issue 4, Pages 491-502, 2012.
- "Modeling How to Grow: An Inductive Examination of Humble Leader Behaviors, Contingencies, and Outcomes, Academy of Management Journal", Academy of Management Journal, Pages 787-818, 2012.
- "Humility in Organizations", The Handbook of Positive Organizational Scholarship, Oxford University Press, 2011.
- "An Examination of Whether and How Race and Gender Biases Influence Customer Satisfaction Ratings, Academy of Management", Academy of Management Journal, Edition 2, Volume 53, Issue 2, Pages 238-264, 2010.
- "The Effect of Social Support on Work-Family Enhancement and Work-Family Conflict in the Public Sector", Public Administration Review, Edition 1, Volume 67, Issue 1, Pages 75-86, 2007.
- Distinguished Stuart L. Grow Faculty Fellow , Marriott School of Management , 2017
- Templeton Foundation Grant to Study the Development of Leader Humility ($250K award) , 2016
- Center for Positive Organizations Research Affiliate , Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan , 2015
- Stuart Grow Fellowship , Marriott School of Management , 2015
- Wheatley Scholar Fellowship , Wheatley Institution, Brigham Young University , 2015
- Templeton Foundation Grant to Study Intellectual Humility, 2 years, ($223,000 award) , 2013
- All University Milton Plesur Excellence in Teaching Award , State University of New York at Buffalo , 2011
- Saroj Parasuraman Outstanding Publication Award , Gender and Diversity in Organizations Division, Academy of Management , 2011
- Academy of Management Journal Best Paper of the Year , Academy of Management , 2010
- Research Committee Committee/Council Chair September, 2016
- Hotter or Colder: The Critical Role of Self Progress in the Evaluation of Career Choices - University of Michigan: Center for Positive Organizations - POS Research Conference - 2017