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Management & Marketing

Chase Thiel

Assistant Professor of Management                                                                   

Ph.D., University of Oklahoma
M.S., University of Oklahoma
B.S., Idaho State University

 

Teaching Interests

Organizational Behavior
Human Resource Management
Organizational Staffing
Business Ethics

 

Areas of Expertise

Self-Regulation at Work
Ethical Decision Making
Ethical Leadership
Emotion Helping

 

Selected Publications

Thiel, C. E., Hardy, J., Peterson, D., Welsh, D., & Bonner, J. Too many sheep in the flock? Span of control attenuates ethical leadership. In press at the Journal of Applied Psychology.

Thiel, C. E., MacDougall, A. E., & Bagdasarov, Z. Big (benevolent) brother: Overcoming the drawbacks of employee monitoring through ethical administration. In Press at     Organizational Dynamics.

Thiel, C.E., Harvey, J., Courtright, S., & Bradley, B. What doesn't kill you makes you stronger: How teams rebound from early-stage relationship conflict. In press at the Journal of Management.

Griffith, J., Connelly, S., Thiel, C. E. & Johnson, G. (2015). How outstanding leaders lead with affect: An examination of charismatic, ideological, and pragmatic leaders. Leadership Quarterly, 26, 502-517.
 
Davis, J., Griffith, J., Thiel, C. E., & Connelly, S. (2015). Development and validation of a measure for emotion regulation at work: Introducing the workplace emotion regulation preference inventory (WERPI). Personality and Individual Differences, 85, 245-250.
 
Thiel, C. E., Connelly, S., & Griffith, J. (2014). Political tactics as affective events: Implications for follower perception and attitude. European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology, 23, 419-434.
 
Kligyte, V., Connelly, S., Thiel. C. E., & Devenport. L. D. (2013) The influence of anger, fear, and emotion regulation strategies on ethical decision making. Human Performance, 26, 297-326.
 
Thiel, C. E., Bagdasarov, Z., Harkrider, L., Johnson, J., & Mumford, M. D. (2012). Leader ethical decision making in organizations: Strategies for sensemaking.  Journal of Business Ethics, 107, 49-64.
 
Thiel, C. E., Connelly, S., & Griffith, J. A. (2012). Leadership and emotion management for complex tasks: Different emotions, different strategies. Leadership Quarterly, 23, 517-533.


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