Guo, Dr. Jie

Assistant Professor
John Wesley School of Leadership
PhD in Management, State University of New York at Binghamton 2020
Advanced Certificate in Complex Systems Science and Engineering, State University of New York at Binghamton 2018
MS in Human Resource Management, Rutgers University 2014
BA in Business Administration, Zhejiang University of Technology 2012

About

Jie (Jaycie) Guo, is an Assistant Professor of Leadership at Carolina University. She is currently a PhD Candidate and expecting to earn the PhD in Management with a concentration in Organization Behavior and Leadership at Binghamton University, the State University of New York (SUNY) in May, 2020. She is a fellow of the Bass Center for Leadership Studies at SUNY Binghamton. Her research interests include leadership, dark side/ineffective/dysfunctional leadership behaviors, pre-crastination, procrastination, self-regulation, motivation, multi-level methods, and computational modeling. Her research has been published in journals and conference proceedings including Leadership Quarterly, Journal of Organizational Behavior, and Academy of Management Conference. Her teaching experience covers capstone courses in leadership and organizational behavior such as Team Leadership, Leadership Skills and Development, and Organizational Behavior.

Publications

Kim, J., Yammarino, F. J., Dionne, S. D., Eckardt, R., Cheong, M., Guo, J., Park, J. W., & Tsai, C.-Y. “State-of-the-science Review of Leader-follower Dyad Research”. The Leadership Quarterly

Eckardt, R., Dionne, S., Tsai, J., Dunne, D., Spain, S., Park, J., Cheong, M., Kim, J., Guo, J., Hao, C. & Kim, I. “Human Capital Resource Emergence and Leadership”. Journal of Organizational Behavior

Accepted and Invited Academic Conferences

Guo, J., Dionne, S., Tsai, J. (March, 2019) “Follower Perceived Ineffectiveness and Leadership: Intentionality and Attribution to Explain Unintended Hostility”, Paper accepted at 79th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management (AOM), Boston, Massachusetts (conceptual paper).

Guo, J. (March, 2019) PDW: Organizational Behavior Doctoral Consortium at 79th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Boston

Guo, J. (July, 2018). “The Dysfunctional Paradigm of Dark Side Leadership: Conceptualization, Review, and Future Agenda”, PDW: Improving Leadership Research: Mentoring to Develop Proposals into High Quality Publications at 78th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management (AOM), Chicago

Kim, J., Park, J., Guo, J., MacLaren, N., Kulkarni, A., Dionne, S. (June, 2018). “Managing Negative Collective Emotions Through Leadership”, Symposium paper accepted for presentation at 2018 meeting of the Southern Management Association (SMA), Lexington, Kentucky

Guo, J. (July, 2017). “Open the Pandora’s Box: Understanding the Paradoxical Nature of Leader Pre-crastination and Procrastination with Important Follower Outcomes”, PDW: Meaningful Mentoring to Develop High Quality Leadership Research at 77th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management (AOM), Atlanta, Georgia

Guo, J., Yammarino, F. (March, 2017). “Procrastination in Organization: Role of Trait-State Anxiety and Leadership”, Paper presented at 77th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management (AOM), Atlanta, Georgia

Eckardt, R., Dionne, S., Tsai, J., Dunne, D., Spain, S., Park, J., Cheong, M., Kim, J., Guo, J., Hao, C. (March, 2017). “Human Capital Resource Emergence and Leadership”, Paper presented at 77th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management (AOM), Atlanta, Georgia

Nebel, M., Jaussi, K., Guo, J., Reiter, S., Layish, D., Kelly, T. (February, 2017). “Diversity Training in Academia: The Influences of Subgroups’ Perceptions and Their Role in Diversity Appreciation”, Poster presented at 29thAssociation for Psychological Science (APS) Annual Convention, Boston

Chen, X., Guo, J., Park, J.W., Blondet, M.R. (February, 2017). “The Development and Maintenance of Social Networks in Classroom Settings”, CCPA-SoM-Psychology joint student team, Binghamton University at CoCo Seminar Series, Spring 2017

Guo, J. (August, 2016). “Managing Career Advancement: Gender Effect and Moderating Role of Perceived Charismatic Leadership”, PDW: Meaningful Mentoring to Develop High Quality Leadership Research at 76thAnnual Meeting of the Academy of Management (AOM), Anaheim, USA

Working Papers

Follower Perceived Ineffectiveness and Leadership: Intentionality and Attribution to Explain Unintended Hostility.

Moving Beyond the Opposite of Procrastination: The Conceptualization and Measurement of Workplace Pre-crastination.

Multifaceted Nature of Leader Pre-crastination and Procrastination, Temporal Resource Allocation, and Leader-Follower Relationship.

Ruminating over Supervisor Ostracism: Resource Depletion and Negative Reciprocity in Explaining Subordinate Aggressive Behavior.

Procrastination in Organization: Role of Trait-State Anxiety and Leadership.

Territory Management among Groups in Organizations.

Guo, Jie