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Michelle Hammond

Title: Associate Professor of Management
Office: 410 Elliott Hall
Phone: (248) 370-4043
Email: [email protected]

The Pennsylvania State University, Ph.D. Industrial/Organizational Psychology

Dr. Michelle Hammond is an Associate Professor of Management at Oakland University. She earned her M.S. and Ph.D. in Industrial/Organizational Psychology from the Pennsylvania State University. She was the Program Director of the MSc in Work and Organizational Psychology/Behaviour at the University of Limerick, Ireland until joining OU in 2017. Through her research, she seeks to understand the process of leadership development across multiple domains of life. Her work also focuses on understanding the influence of leadership on employee well-being at work, including factors such as meaningful work, work-life balance, and creativity and innovation. She co-authored an award-winning book on leader development and has published in top academic journals including the Academy of Management Review, Human Resource Management Review, Journal of Vocational Behavior, among others. She consults and coaches in the area of leader development.

Teaching interests: 
Leadership, Organizational Behavior, Innovation

Research interests: 
Leadership, Leader Development, Identity, Work-life integration


Faculty Recognition for Research and Teaching, Oakland University, April 2022

MOBTS Fritz Roethlisberger Memorial Award, Management and Organiztional Behavior Teaching Society, April 2020

2019 Excellence and Innovation Award for Leadership Development and Diversity, American Association of State Colleges and Universities, October 2019

Best Paper in Leadership and Organizational Behavior, Irish Academy of Management, September 2018

Finalist for Best Paper of 2017 in the Academy of Management Review, Academy of Management, August 2018

Best Paper in Leadership and Organisational Behavior, Irish Academy of Management, 2014

Integral Leadership Review Readers Choice Award for Publications on Leadership in 2008, Integral Leadership Review, 2008

People Make the Place I/O Psychology Outstanding Service Award, Penn State University, 2007

Journals and Articles:

Thrasher, G. , Rudolph, C. , Hammond, M. The Intersectional Role-(In)Congruity Effects of Age and Gender on Leadership Evaluations. Group and Organization Management. 59

Palanski, M. , Hammond, M. , Kim, J. , Lester, G. , Clapp-Smith, R. Ethical Leadership at Work and with Friends and Family: Within Person and Between Raters Matters. Journal of Character and Leadership Development. 36

Bunea, E. , Kark, R. , Hammond, M. Leisureship: Impact of Pursuing Serious Leisure on Leaders’ Performance. Human Resource Management Review. 30

Palanski, M. , Hammond, M. , Khazanchi, S. Leader Development in Work and Volunteer Contexts: Expected Practice and Unexpected Opportunities. Organizational Dynamics. 51(4), 20

Palanski, M. , Thomas, J. , Hammond, M. , Vogelgesang Lester, G. , Clapp-Smith, R. (2021). Being a Leader and Doing Leadership: The Cross-Domain Impact of Family and Friends on Leader Identity and Leader Behaviors at Work. Journal of Leadership and Organizational Studies. 28(3), 273-286

Vidovic, M. , Hammond, M. , Lenhardt, J. , Palanski, M. , Olabisi, J. (2021). Teaching Virtual and Cross-Cultural Collaborations: Exploring Team Task Effectiveness of Croatia- and U.S.-based Undergraduate Students. Journal of Management Education. 44

Hammond, M. , Vogelgesang Lester, G. , Clapp-Smith, R. , Thomas, J. , Schyns, B. (2021). The Romance of Leadership: Rekindling the Fire through Replication of Meindl and Ehrlich. Leadership Quarterly. 17

Fisk, G. , Hammond, M. (2021). Revitalization and resurrection? Confronting decline and change in religious organizations. Journal of Management Spirituality and Religion. 18(3), 177-200

York, K. M., Thrasher, G. , Savage, N. , Kang, J. , Hammond, M. , Demsky, C. , Barclay, L. (2021). Careers Roundtable: An Exercise for Student Career Exploration and Future Development. Journal of Behavioral and Applied Management. 100-112

Ryan, N. , Hammond, M. , MacCurtain, S. , Cross, C. (2021). The Risk for Women in Leader Identity Development. Journal of Managerial Psychology. 36(1), 75-88

Gould, D. , Hammond, M. (2021). Leadership Institute for Faculty Development. Medical Science Educator. 7

Ling, Y. , Hammond, M. , Wei, L. (2020). Ethical Leadership and Ambidexterity in New Ventures: Examining the CEO-TMT Interface. International Entrepreneurship and Management Journal. 20

Hammond, M. , Murphy, C. , Demsky, C. (2020). Stress Mindset and the Work-Family Interface. International Journal of Manpower. 42(1), 31

Hammond, M. , Cross, C. , Farrell, C. , Eubanks, D. (2019). Outcomes of Innovation for Survivors of Downsizing: An Investigation of Boundary Conditions. Creativity and Innovation Management. 28(3), 306-317

Clapp-Smith, R. , Hammond, M. , Lester, G. , Palanski, M. (2019). Promoting Identity Development in Leadership Education: A Multi-Domain Approach to Developing the Whole Leader. Journal of Management Education. 43(1), 10-34

Lester, G. V., Palanski, M. , Hammond, M. , Clapp-Smith, R. (2017). Whole-person leadership: Leading in the workplace and beyond. Organizational Dynamics/Elsevier. 46(3), 133-139

Hammond, M. , Clapp-Smith, R. , Palanski, M. (2017). Beyond (just) the workplace: A theory of leader development across multiple domains. Academy Of Management Review. 42(3), 481-498

Hammond, M. , Cleveland, J. N., ONeill, J. W., Stawski, R. S., Jones Tate, A. (2015). Mediators of transformational leadership and the work-family relationship. Journal of Managerial Psychology. 30(4), 454-469

Eubanks, D. L., Palanski, M. E., Swart, J. , Hammond, M. , Oguntebi, J. (2014). Creativity in Early and Established Career: Insights into Multi-Level Drivers from Nobel Prize Winners. Journal of Creative Behavior. 50(4), 229-251

Pearson, J. , Hammond, M. , Heffernan, E. , Turner, T. (2012). Careers and talents not to be wasted: Skilled immigrants journeys through psychological states en route to satisfying employment. Journal Of Management Development. 31(2), 102-115

Hammond, M. , Neff, N. L., Farr, J. L., Schwall, A. R., Zhao, X. (2011). Predictors of individual-level innovation at work: A meta-analysis. Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity, and the Arts. 5(1), 90-105

ONeill, J. W., Harrison, M. M., Cleveland, J. , Almeida, D. , Stawski, R. , Crouter, A. C.(2009). Work-family climate, organizational commitment, and turnover: Multilevel contagion effects of leaders. Journal Of Vocational Behavior. 74(1), 18-29

Day, D. V., Harrison, M. M.(2007). A multilevel, identity-based approach to leadership development. Human Resource Management Review. 17(4), 360-373

Cleveland, J. N., ONeill, J. W., Himelright, J. L., Harrison, M. M., Crouter, A. C., Drago, R. (2007). Work and family issues in the hospitality industry: Perspectives of entrants, managers, and spouses. Sage Publications. 31(3), 275-298

Books and Chapters:

Hammond, M. Lester, G. Clapp-Smith, R. Palanski, M. Parry, E. McCarthy, J. (2017). Age diversity and leadership: Enacting and developing leadership for all ages. (pp. 737-759). Palgrave MacMillon.

Hammond, M. O'Shea, D. Pearson, J. McCarthy, A. Garavan, T. Carbery, R. (2017). Global Careers and IHRD. (pp. 25). Edward Elgar Publishing.

Hammond, M. Carbery, R. Cross, C. (2016). Introducing Organisational Behaviour. (pp. 1-22). Palgrave MacMillon.

Palanski, M. Lester, G. Clapp-Smith, R. Hammond, M. (2016). An Enrichment/Impairment Perspective on Leading in Multiple Domains: The Impact on Leader/Follower Well-Being and Stress. (pp. 115-139). Emerald Group Publishing.

Eubanks, D. Palanski, M. Swart, J. Hammond, M. Oguntebi, J. Hemlin, S. Allwood, C. Martin, B. Mumford, M. (2013). Time to create: pathways to earlier and later creative discoveries in Nobel Prize winners. (pp. 184-210). Taylor & Francis.

Hammond, M. Farr, J. Hofmann, D. Frese, M. (2011). The role of errors in the creative and innovative process. (pp. 67-96). Taylor & Francis.

Day, D. Harrison, M. Halpin, S. (2009). An integrative approach to leader development: Connecting adult development, identity, and expertise. (pp. 352). Routledge.

Day, D. Harrison, M. Greenhaus, J. Callanan, G. (2006). Leadership Development. (pp. 457-461). Sage Publications.

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