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Merrick School of Business

Lisa Stickney

Lisa T. Stickney, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Management
Dean James Chair for Teaching Excellence, 2013-2014

Department of Management and International Business
Office: Business Center 552
Phone: 410.837.6607
E-mail: lstickney@ubalt.edu

    Education:
  • Ph.D., Fox School of Business, Temple University
  • M.S., Marywood University
  • B.A., Moravian College

Lisa T. Stickney is an Assistant Professor of Management at the University of Baltimore. Her research interests include anger in organizations, emotional contagion, gender studies, and contingent workers. Her research has been published in Sex Roles: A Journal of Research, and she has work forthcoming in Human Relations and in Research in Emotions in Organizations.

Intellectual Contributions

Book Chapters

Geddes, D., & Stickney, L. T. (2012). Muted Anger in the Workplace: Changing the “Sound” of Emotion through Social Sharing. Emerald Group Publishing Limited. 85-103.

Refereed Journal Articles

Stickney, L. T., & Konrad, A. M. (2012). Societal Institutions and Work and Family Gender-Role Attitudes. Organization and Management Journal. 9(4), 236-246.

Stickney, L. T., & Cabarle, C. (2011). At The Intersection: A Cross-Disciplinary Exercise In Employee Selection. Journal of Human Resources Education. 5(4), 28-40.

Geddes, D., & Stickney, L. T. (2011). The Trouble with Sanctions: Organizational Member Responses to Deviant Anger Displays at Work. Human Relations. 64(2), 201-230.

Stickney, L. T. (2010). Who benefits from Pennebaker’s expressive writing? More Research Recommendations: A Commentary on Range and Jenkins. Sex Roles. 63(3-4), 165-172.

Conference Proceedings

DeMarr, B. J., Fender, C. M., & Stickney, L. T. (2013). Are you ready for a throw-down? A foodie’s approach to teaching conflict management. Organizational Behavior Teaching Conference.

DeMarr, B. J., Stickney, L. T., & Amy, V. K. (2012). Sustaining Your Ability to be a Rose Among Thorns. Organizational Behavior Teaching Conference.

Stickney, L. T., & Deanna, G. (2011). Keeping Quiet: Factors that Hinder Anger Expression at Work. International Association of Conflict Management 24th Annual Conference Proceedings.

Stickney, L. T., & Konrad, A. M. (2011). Societal Institutions and Gender Differences in Work and Family Gender-Role Attitudes: A Multi-National Study. Administrative Sciences Association of Canada.

Konrad, A. M., & Stickney, L. T. (2011). Gender Differences in Work and Family Gender-Role Attitudes: A Multi-National Study. Eastern Academy of Management - International.

Stickney, L. T., & DeMarr, B. J. (2011). Say Cheese! Using Wisconsin’s Finest to Demonstrate the Use of Assessment Rubrics. Organizational Behavior Teaching Conference.

DeMarr, B. J., Stickney, L. T., & Bell, S. (2010). Come to the movies! Bringing the reel world into the classroom. Organizational Behavior Teaching Conference.

Boscia, M. W., Stickney, L. T., & . (2010). Moving Outside the Classroom: An Experiential Exercise Involving Video Clips. Association for Business Simulation and Experiential Learning. 37. 228-232.

Stickney, L. T., & DeMarr, B. J. (2009). Once upon a time. . . Using Storytelling to Enhance the OB Learning Experience. Organizational Behavior Teaching Conference Proceedings.

Newsletter

Stickney, L. T. (2009). Affect and Decision Making. Decision Line.

Presentations

Barnes, K. J., Dean, K. L., Eisenberg, J., Fornaciari, C. J., Hawk, T. S., Leigh, J. S., Meyer, G. W., Seshan, V., Spee, J. C., & Stickney, L. T. Yes "2013 Management Education and Development Writer's," Academy of Management, Lake Buena Vista, FL. (2013).

Geddes, D., & Stickney, L. T. Yes "Exploring Workplace Anger Intensity: Connecting Felt and Displayed Emotions," Academy of Management, Lake Buena Vista, FL. (2013).

Stickney, L. T., Arnaud, A., DeMarr, B. J., & Fender, C. M. Yes "Issues in Testing: A Rotating Roundtable," Academy of Management, Lake Buena Vista, FL. (2013).

Srinivasan, V., Konrad, A. M., & Stickney, L. T. Yes "Pathways to board directorship among women in India: An exploratory Study," Academy of Management, Lake Buena Vista, FL. (2013).

DeMarr, B. J., Fender, C. M., & Stickney, L. T. Yes "Are You Ready for a Throw-down? A Foodie’s Approach to Teaching Conflict Management," Organizational Behavior Teaching Society, Lake Buena Vista, FL. (2013).

Stickney, L. T. Yes "Muted Anger: A New Construct," Merrick School of Business, (2012).

Hannah, C. A., Andriasova, A., Arnaud, A., Bradley, T. P., DeMarr, B. J., Ferrante, C. J., Flores, R. G., Lemoine, G. J., Mierzwa, T., Park, J., Stickney, L. T., & Wiley, C. Yes "Assignment Exchange Game: An Informal Economy Simulation," Academy of Management, Boston. (2012).

DeMarr, B. J., Stickney, L. T., & Verbos, A. K. Yes "Sustaining Your Ability to Be a Rose Among Thorns," Organizational Behavior Teaching Society, St. Catherine's, ON, Canada. (2012).

Stickney, L. T., DeMarr, B. J., & Fertig, J. Yes "Are you hungry for Knowledge? Using food to explore diversity and further cultural understanding," Academy of Management, San Antonio. (2011).

Stickney, L. T., & Geddes, D. Yes "More than just "blowing off steam": The roles of anger and advocacy in promoting organizational change," Academy of Management, San Antonio. (2011).

Stickney, L. T., & Konrad, A. M. Yes "Societal Institutions and Gender Differences in Work and Family Gender-Role Attitudes: A Multinational Study," Administrative Science Association of Canada, Montréal, Canada. (2011).

Stickney, L. T., & Geddes, D. Yes "Keeping Quiet: Factors that Hinder Anger Expression at Work," International Association for Conflict Management, Istanbul, Turkey. (2011).

Konrad, A. M., & Stickney, L. T. Yes "Gender Differences in Work and Family Gender Role Attitudes: A Multinational Study," Eastern Academy of Management, Bangalore, India. (2011).

Stickney, L. T., & DeMarr, B. J. Yes "Say Cheese! Using Wisconsin’s Finest to Demonstrate the Use of Assessment Rubrics," Organizational Behavior Teaching Society, Milwaukee, WI. (2011).

Geddes, D., & Stickney, L. T. Yes "Muted Anger in the Workplace: Changing the “Sound” of Emotion through Social Sharing," EMONET - Emotions Network, Montreal, Quebec. (2010).

DeMarr, B. J., Stickney, L. T., & Bell, S. Yes "Come to the movies! Bringing the reel world into the classroom," Organizational Behavior Teaching Society, Albuquerque, NM. (2010).

DeMarr, B. J., Stickney, L. T., & Bell, S. E. Yes "Come to the Movies! Bringing the Reel World into the Classroom," Organizational Behavior Teaching Society, Albuquerque, NM. (2010).

Kaplan, D., Berkley, R., DeMarr, B. J., & Stickney, L. T. Yes "Out of the closet and into the classroom," Organizational Behavior Teaching Society, Albuquerque, NM. (2010).

Boscia, M. W., & Stickney, L. T. Yes "Moving Outside the Classroom: An Experiential Exercise Involving Video Clips," Association for Business Simulation and Experiential Learning, Little Rock, AR. (2010).

Stickney, L. T. Yes "Work-Life Balance: A Roundtable Disucssion," Higher Education Recruiting Consortium, Baltimore, MD. (2009).

Stickney, L. T. Yes "Contingent Workers and Organizational Performance: An Empirical Analysis," Academy of Management, Chicago. (2009).

Stickney, L. T., & DeMarr, B. J. Yes "Once Upon A Time . . . Using Storytelling to Enhance the OB Learning Experience," Organizational Behavior Teaching Society, Charleston, SC. (2009).

Media Contributions

www.mediate.com: Anger in the Workplace (2012).

The Boston Globe: “The Good Fight” (2011).

HR Executive Online: “Anger Management” (2011).

Canadian HR Reporter: Compassion, Not Sanctions, Is Best Response To Workplace Anger (2011).

Dallas Morning News: "Compassion, Not Sanctions, Is Best Response To Workplace Anger" (2011).

e! Science News: Study: Compassion, not sanctions, is best response to workplace anger (2011).

EHS Today: "Respond to Workers' Angry Outbursts with Compassion for Best Results" (2011).

Research in Progress

"Global Leadership for Our Century: Bridging the ‘Space Between’" (On-Going)