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About John-Gabriel Licht

John-Gabriel Licht teaches management courses at the undergraduate and graduate levels.

Licht is a member of the Academy of Management and the Society for Industrial & Organizational Psychology. He regularly consults for local businesses with the Schneider School’s Center for Business & Economic Analysis.

Scholarship and research interests

Licht’s research investigates the ways people self-regulate their responses to social contexts (e.g., supervisor influence, workgroup diversity, etc.) and ultimately harm and/or help others in the workplace. This has led to work on the topics of positive and negative extra-role behaviors, unethical workplace behavior, social processes and emotions in the workplace, and workgroup diversity. This work has included experimental studies and field studies, as well as analysis of data from professional sports leagues. Licht’s scholarship has been published in peer-reviewed journals including Personnel Psychology and The CASE Journal. 

Education

B.A., University of North Dakota
Ph.D., Carlson School of Management at the University of Minnesota

Courses taught

BUAD 231 Introduction to Organizational Behavior
BUAD 284 Statistics for Business and Economics
BUAD 485 Strategic Management Seminar
BUAD 511 Leadership and Managing Organizational Change

About
About John-Gabriel Licht

John-Gabriel Licht teaches management courses at the undergraduate and graduate levels.

Licht is a member of the Academy of Management and the Society for Industrial & Organizational Psychology. He regularly consults for local businesses with the Schneider School’s Center for Business & Economic Analysis.

Scholarship and research interests

Licht’s research investigates the ways people self-regulate their responses to social contexts (e.g., supervisor influence, workgroup diversity, etc.) and ultimately harm and/or help others in the workplace. This has led to work on the topics of positive and negative extra-role behaviors, unethical workplace behavior, social processes and emotions in the workplace, and workgroup diversity. This work has included experimental studies and field studies, as well as analysis of data from professional sports leagues. Licht’s scholarship has been published in peer-reviewed journals including Personnel Psychology and The CASE Journal. 

Education

B.A., University of North Dakota
Ph.D., Carlson School of Management at the University of Minnesota

Courses
Courses taught

BUAD 231 Introduction to Organizational Behavior
BUAD 284 Statistics for Business and Economics
BUAD 485 Strategic Management Seminar
BUAD 511 Leadership and Managing Organizational Change

John-Gabriel Licht
John-Gabriel Licht
Assistant Professor of Business Administration – Management
Emailgabe.licht@snc.edu
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