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Dr Jamie Gloor

Dr Jamie Gloor

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Dr. Jamie L. Gloor, PhD, joined the Business School in April 2020 as a Senior Lecturer in Management. With 15 years of research, teaching, and speaking experience across four continents, Jamie and her coauthors have produced award-winning research appearing in the Academy of Management Review, Journal of Business Ethics, Academy of Management Best Paper Proceedings, and The New York Times. After earning her PhD in economics (business administration) from the University of Zurich and 2 years as a psychology research associate at Yale University, Jamie continues her mission to conduct rigorous and relevant research, teaching, and practitioner communication related to diversity, leadership, and the “new world of work and leadership.” When she’s not immersed in psychology and organizational behavior, Jamie enjoys hiking, biking, and snow sports with her husband as well as running…after her young son. 

Qualifications

  • PhD Economics (Business Administration) - University of Zurich (Switzerland)
  • MA Psychology (Social Cognition) - University of North Carolina at Greensboro (USA)
  • BA Psychology – Wake Forest University (USA)

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Research interests

  • Gender & Diversity
  • Leadership 
  • Work-Family
  • Humor

All too often well-intending workers, leaders, physicians, and organizations overlook or implement measures that backfire for those they ostensibly aim to help. Jamie studies these “misguided good intentions” in the contexts of leadership and diversity while developing and testing evidence-informed solutions (e.g., individual strategies such as humor and sports; organizational strategies such as team design and parental leave policies). Her methods include lab- and field-based experiments and surveys, but her research on the “new world of work” also includes data mining and machine learning algorithms. 

Research projects

Currently funded by the Swiss National Science Foundation to study diversity and leadership

Key publications | Publications by category | Publications by year

Key publications


Li X, McAllister DJ, Ilies R, Gloor JL (2019). Schadenfreude: a Counternormative Observer Response to Workplace Mistreatment. Academy of Management Review, 44(2), 360-376. Full text. DOI.
Gloor JL, Li X, Lim S, Feierabend A (2018). An inconvenient truth? Interpersonal and career consequences of “maybe baby” expectations. Journal of Vocational Behavior, 104, 44-58. Full text. DOI.
Gloor JL, Morf M, Paustian-Underdahl S, Backes-Gellner U (2018). Fix the Game, Not the Dame: Restoring Equity in Leadership Evaluations. Journal of Business Ethics, 161(3), 497-511. Full text. DOI.
Puhl R, Peterson JL, Luedicke J (2012). Motivating or stigmatizing? Public perceptions of weight-related language used by health providers. International Journal of Obesity, 37(4), 612-619. Abstract. DOI.

Publications by category


Journal articles

Gloor J (In Press). Maternal optimism: Forging positive paths through work and motherhood. Academy of Management Learning and Education Abstract.
Gloor J, Howe L, De Cremer D, Yam KCS (2020). The funny thing about robot leadership. The European Business Review Full text.
Li X, McAllister DJ, Ilies R, Gloor JL (2019). Schadenfreude: a Counternormative Observer Response to Workplace Mistreatment. Academy of Management Review, 44(2), 360-376. Full text. DOI.
Gloor JL, Li X, Lim S, Feierabend A (2018). An inconvenient truth? Interpersonal and career consequences of “maybe baby” expectations. Journal of Vocational Behavior, 104, 44-58. Full text. DOI.
Gloor JL, Morf M, Paustian-Underdahl S, Backes-Gellner U (2018). Fix the Game, Not the Dame: Restoring Equity in Leadership Evaluations. Journal of Business Ethics, 161(3), 497-511. Full text. DOI.
Gloor JL, Li X, Puhl RM (2018). Predictors of parental leave support: Bad news for (big) dads and a policy for equality. Group Processes & Intergroup Relations, 21(5), 810-830. Abstract.  Full text. DOI.
Gloor JL, Puhl RM (2016). Empathy and perspective-taking: Examination and comparison of strategies to reduce weight stigma. Stigma and Health, 1(4), 269-279. DOI.
Gloor JL (2014). Bullying and Harassment in the Workplace: Developments in Theory, Research, and Practice. Academy of Management Learning & Education, 13(1), 145-148. DOI.
Gloor J (2014). Taking the Liberty of Incivility: Workplace Bullying in Higher Education. Human Resource Development Quarterly, 25(1), 121-126. DOI.
Puhl RM, Peterson JL, DePierre JA, Luedicke J (2013). Headless, Hungry, and Unhealthy: a Video Content Analysis of Obese Persons Portrayed in Online News. Journal of Health Communication, 18(6), 686-702. DOI.
Puhl R, Luedicke J, Lee Peterson J (2013). Public Reactions to Obesity-Related Health Campaigns. American Journal of Preventive Medicine, 45(1), 36-48. DOI.
Peterson JL, Puhl RM, Luedicke J (2012). An Experimental Assessment of Physical Educators' Expectations and Attitudes: the Importance of Student Weight and Gender. Journal of School Health, 82(9), 432-440. DOI.
Peterson JL, Puhl RM, Luedicke J (2012). An experimental investigation of physical education teachers’ and coaches’ reactions to weight-based victimization in youth. Psychology of Sport and Exercise, 13(2), 177-185. DOI.
Puhl R, Peterson JL, Luedicke J (2012). Fighting obesity or obese persons? Public perceptions of obesity-related health messages. International Journal of Obesity, 37(6), 774-782. DOI.
Puhl R, Peterson JL, Luedicke J (2012). Motivating or stigmatizing? Public perceptions of weight-related language used by health providers. International Journal of Obesity, 37(4), 612-619. Abstract. DOI.
Puhl RM, Peterson JL, Luedicke J (2012). Weight-Based Victimization: Bullying Experiences of Weight Loss Treatment-Seeking Youth. PEDIATRICS, 131(1), e1-e9. DOI.
Kiang L, Peterson JL, Thompson TL (2011). Ethnic Peer Preferences Among Asian American Adolescents in Emerging Immigrant Communities. Journal of Research on Adolescence, 21(4), 754-761. DOI.
Puhl RM, Peterson JL, Luedicke J (2011). Parental Perceptions of Weight Terminology That Providers Use with Youth. PEDIATRICS, 128(4), e786-e793. DOI.

Chapters

Junker N, Hernandez Bark A, Gloor J (2020). Left out of the game? Disentangling career-relevant stereotypes and realities of gender and parenthood. In Karanika-Murray M, Cooper C (Eds.) Navigating the return-to-work experience for new parents: Maintaining work-family well-being, London: Routledge. Abstract.
Gloor JL, Gazdag BA, Reinwald M (2020). Overlooked or undercooked?: Critical review and recommendations for experimental methods in diversity research. In  (Ed) The Routledge Companion to Organizational Diversity Research Methods, 91-106.  Abstract. DOI.

Conferences

Gloor JL, Braun S (2020). Help when dads need somebody? Follower reactions to leader work-family conflict. DOI.

Publications by year


In Press

Gloor J (In Press). Maternal optimism: Forging positive paths through work and motherhood. Academy of Management Learning and Education Abstract.

2020

Gloor JL, Braun S (2020). Help when dads need somebody? Follower reactions to leader work-family conflict. DOI.
Junker N, Hernandez Bark A, Gloor J (2020). Left out of the game? Disentangling career-relevant stereotypes and realities of gender and parenthood. In Karanika-Murray M, Cooper C (Eds.) Navigating the return-to-work experience for new parents: Maintaining work-family well-being, London: Routledge. Abstract.
Gloor JL, Gazdag BA, Reinwald M (2020). Overlooked or undercooked?: Critical review and recommendations for experimental methods in diversity research. In  (Ed) The Routledge Companion to Organizational Diversity Research Methods, 91-106.  Abstract. DOI.
Gloor J, Howe L, De Cremer D, Yam KCS (2020). The funny thing about robot leadership. The European Business Review Full text.

2019

Li X, McAllister DJ, Ilies R, Gloor JL (2019). Schadenfreude: a Counternormative Observer Response to Workplace Mistreatment. Academy of Management Review, 44(2), 360-376. Full text. DOI.

2018

Gloor JL, Li X, Lim S, Feierabend A (2018). An inconvenient truth? Interpersonal and career consequences of “maybe baby” expectations. Journal of Vocational Behavior, 104, 44-58. Full text. DOI.
Gloor JL, Morf M, Paustian-Underdahl S, Backes-Gellner U (2018). Fix the Game, Not the Dame: Restoring Equity in Leadership Evaluations. Journal of Business Ethics, 161(3), 497-511. Full text. DOI.
Gloor JL, Li X, Puhl RM (2018). Predictors of parental leave support: Bad news for (big) dads and a policy for equality. Group Processes & Intergroup Relations, 21(5), 810-830. Abstract.  Full text. DOI.

2016

Gloor JL, Puhl RM (2016). Empathy and perspective-taking: Examination and comparison of strategies to reduce weight stigma. Stigma and Health, 1(4), 269-279. DOI.

2014

Gloor JL (2014). Bullying and Harassment in the Workplace: Developments in Theory, Research, and Practice. Academy of Management Learning & Education, 13(1), 145-148. DOI.
Gloor J (2014). Taking the Liberty of Incivility: Workplace Bullying in Higher Education. Human Resource Development Quarterly, 25(1), 121-126. DOI.

2013

Puhl RM, Peterson JL, DePierre JA, Luedicke J (2013). Headless, Hungry, and Unhealthy: a Video Content Analysis of Obese Persons Portrayed in Online News. Journal of Health Communication, 18(6), 686-702. DOI.
Puhl R, Luedicke J, Lee Peterson J (2013). Public Reactions to Obesity-Related Health Campaigns. American Journal of Preventive Medicine, 45(1), 36-48. DOI.

2012

Peterson JL, Puhl RM, Luedicke J (2012). An Experimental Assessment of Physical Educators' Expectations and Attitudes: the Importance of Student Weight and Gender. Journal of School Health, 82(9), 432-440. DOI.
Peterson JL, Puhl RM, Luedicke J (2012). An experimental investigation of physical education teachers’ and coaches’ reactions to weight-based victimization in youth. Psychology of Sport and Exercise, 13(2), 177-185. DOI.
Puhl R, Peterson JL, Luedicke J (2012). Fighting obesity or obese persons? Public perceptions of obesity-related health messages. International Journal of Obesity, 37(6), 774-782. DOI.
Puhl R, Peterson JL, Luedicke J (2012). Motivating or stigmatizing? Public perceptions of weight-related language used by health providers. International Journal of Obesity, 37(4), 612-619. Abstract. DOI.
Puhl RM, Peterson JL, Luedicke J (2012). Weight-Based Victimization: Bullying Experiences of Weight Loss Treatment-Seeking Youth. PEDIATRICS, 131(1), e1-e9. DOI.

2011

Kiang L, Peterson JL, Thompson TL (2011). Ethnic Peer Preferences Among Asian American Adolescents in Emerging Immigrant Communities. Journal of Research on Adolescence, 21(4), 754-761. DOI.
Puhl RM, Peterson JL, Luedicke J (2011). Parental Perceptions of Weight Terminology That Providers Use with Youth. PEDIATRICS, 128(4), e786-e793. DOI.

Awards and Honours

  • Academy of Management Best Paper Award, Organizational Behavior Division (2020)
  • University of Zurich, Digital Society Initiative Fellow (2020-2021)
  • Work-Family Research Network, Early Career Fellow (2020)
  • University of Zurich, Teaching Innovation Award (2019)
  • Academy of Management Best Paper Award, Gender & Diversity in Organizations Division (2017)
  • Emerald Best Dissertation Paper Award (2017)
  • European Academy of Management Best Paper Award, Organisational Behaviour (2016)
  • European Academy of Management Most Inspirational Paper Award, Finalist (2016)
  • Academy of Management Outstanding Reviewer Award, Gender & Diversity in Organizations Division (2015)
  • Academy of Management Best Reviewer Award, Organizational Behavior Division (2015) 

External positions

  • Academy of Management, Carolyn Dexter Award Chair (2020)
  • Academy of Management, International Theme Committee PDW Chair (2019)
  • Academy of Management, Emerald Best International Symposium Chair (2018)
  • Co-Editor, Leadership Track, European Academy of Management (2017-2020)

Invited lectures

Jamie is passionate about public speaking on a range of topics including diversity, leadership, humor, and the digital transformation. For a current list of talks and lectures, see here and here (respectively).

In her teaching efforts, Jamie strives for FIVE: Feedback, Interactive, Value-based, and Evidence-Informed. Jamie has taught a range of courses for bachelor students to executives including “No Funny Business? Leadership Soft Skills for a Digital, Dispersed, and Diverse Age” (winner of a Teaching Innovation Award), presentation skills, ethics & responsible leadership, research methods, and more.

Modules

2020/21