Amanda Christensen

Amanda Lynn Christensen

Professional Summary

Amanda Christensen-Salem is an Assistant Professor of Management at the Carl H. Lindner College of Business at the University of Cincinnati. She received her PhD in Management from Arizona State University. Dr. Christensen"s core research examines topics that span organizational behavior and strategy research boundaries, including leadership at the managerial and CEO levels, family firms, organizational climate, and firm performance. Her work has been published in several top peer-reviewed journals, including Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes and The Leadership Quarterly.

Education

Ph D: Arizona State University Tempe, AZ, 2014

MBA: Brigham Young University Provo, UT, 2009

Research and Practice Interests

Leadership, family firms, organizational climate and culture, firm performance, feedback, creativity

Positions and Work Experience

05-2018 -08-2018 National Research Council (NRC) Research Associateship, Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL),

Research Support

Investigators:Christensen-Salem, Amanda 08-2017 Lindner College of Business Spring Research Expense Support 2942 Funded Type:Grant Level:The University of Cincinnati

Investigators:Christensen-Salem, Amanda 06-2017 Lindner College of Business Summer Research Grant 10000 Funded Type:Grant Level:The University of Cincinnati

Publications

Published Abstracts

Puranik, Harshad;Christensen-Salem, Amanda;Perrmann, Jacki;Angelo Kinicki;Christopher Reina 4. CEO performance management behaviors and firm outcomes .[Abstract]

Koopman, Joel;Vough, Heather;Christensen-Salem, Amanda Scandals & Strategy .[Abstract]

Other Publications

Patterson, Robert; Lochtefeld, D; Larson, K; Christensen-Salem, Amanda Computational modeling of the effects of sleep deprivation on the vigilance decrement . Human Factors

Arrfelt, M; Mannor, M J; Nahrgang, J D; Christensen-Salem, Amanda (2018. ) All risk-taking is not the same: Examining the competing effects of risk-taking on firm risk and firm performance with meta-analysis .12 , Review of Managerial Science

Christensen-Salem, Amanda; Kinicki, Angelo; Zhang, Zhen; Walumbwa, Fred (2018. ) Responses to feedback: The role of acceptance, affect, and creative behavior .25 , Journal of Leadership and Organizational Studies

Walumbwa, Fred O; Christensen-Salem, Amanda; Hsu, I-Chieng; Misati, Everlyne (08-2018. ) Understanding the creative self-efficacy–creative performance relationship: The roles of thriving at work, perceived work significance, and task interdependence . Proceedings of the 2018 Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management

Walumbwa, Fred O; Hsu, I-Chieng; Wu, Cindy; Misati, Everlyne; Christensen-Salem, Amanda Employee service performance and collective turnover: Examining the influence of initiating structure leadership, service climate, and meaningfulness . Human Relations

Kim, Sungdoo; Christensen-Salem, Amanda (12-2017. ) The dark and bright sides of personal use of technology at work: A job demands-resources model .16 , Human Resource Development Review

Christensen-Salem, Amanda; Mesquita, Luiz F.; Hashimoto, Marcos M.; Hom, Peter; Gomez-Mejia, Luis (2014. ) Socio-emotional wealth and a stakeholder view of family firm productivity . Proceedings of the 2014 Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management

Zhang, Zhen; Wang, Mo; Christensen-Salem, Amanda; Fleenor, John W. (2012. ) Differentiated transformational leadership and leader performance: Examining curvilinear effects . Proceedings of the 2012 Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management

Walumbwa, Fred O.; Morrison, Elizabeth W.; Christensen-Salem, Amanda (2012. ) Ethical leadership and group in-role performance: The mediating roles of group conscientiousness and group voice .23 , The Leadership Quarterly

Walumbwa, Fred O.; Christensen-Salem, Amanda; Hailey, F. (2011. ) Authentic leaders and the knowledge economy: Sustaining motivation and trust among knowledge workers .40 , Organizational Dynamics

Walumbwa, Fred O.; Mayer, D. M.; Wang, P.; Wang, H.; Workman, K.; Christensen-Salem, Amanda (2011. ) Linking ethical leadership to employee performance: The roles of leader-member exchange, self-efficacy, and organizational identification .115 , Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes

Book Chapter

Walumbwa, Fred O.; Christensen-Salem, Amanda (2013 ) The importance of social capital in the workplace and how individuals and organizations can support its development London, UK, The fulfilling workplace: The organization’s role in achieving individual and organizational health

Walumbwa, Fred O.; Christensen-Salem, Amanda; Muchiri, M. K. (2013 ) Transformational leadership and meaningful work Purpose and meaning in the workplace

Honors and Awards

04-2018 Dean"s List of Teaching Excellence Level:College Type:Teaching

12-2017 Dean"s List of Teaching Excellence Type:Teaching

04-2017 Dean"s List of Teaching Excellence

12-2016 Dean"s List of Teaching Excellence Level:College Type:Teaching

2015 Best Reviewer Level:International Type:Service, Professional

2015 Darwin T. Turner Scholars Program Faculty Recognition Type:Teaching

2015 Dean"s List of Teaching Excellence Level:College Type:Teaching

08-2014 Best Family Business Paper Award Level:International Type:Scholarship/Research

Student Advising

Perrmann-Graham, Jaclyn Dissertation Committee Member Status:In-Process

Zhou, Yuzhen Supervised Research Status:Completed 2016

Torres, Carlos Supervised Research 2015

Service

Second Year Student Project, Daniel Peat Reader Type:Departmental Service Level:Department 09-2018

Course Coordinator for MGMT 3080 Course Coordinator Type:Departmental Service Level:Department 2016

Comprehensive Exam Committee Committee Member Type:Departmental Service Level:Department 2014

Department RPT Committee Member Type:Departmental Service Level:Department 2014

PhD Student Search Committee Committee Member Type:Departmental Service Level:Department 2014

PhD Dissertation Committee, Jackie Perrmann-Graham Co-chair Type:Departmental Service Level:Department 2016 -2018

Research Speaker Series Committee Committee Member Type:Departmental Service Level:Department 2015 -2017

Second Year PhD Student Project, Yuzhen Zhou Reader Type:Departmental Service Level:Department 2015 -2016

Second Year PhD Student Project, Co-Chair for Carlos Torres Committee Chair Type:Departmental Service Level:Department 2015 -2015

Ohio Transfer Assurance Guide (TAG) Committee Committee Member Type:University/College Service Level:University 2018

Delegate to Future University of Egypt Visiting Professor Type:University/College Service Level:University 2018 -2018

RPT Revision Committee Alternate Member Type:University/College Service Level:University 2017 -2018

Faculty Development Grant Committee Committee Member Type:University/College Service Level:University 2015 -2018

Journal of Leadership and Organizational Studies Reviewer, Ad Hoc Reviewer Type:Prof. Org. Level:Service to Professional Associations 2018

Journal of Organizational Behavior Editorial Review Board Member Type:Prof. Org. Level:Service to Professional Associations 07-2017

Academy of Management Annual Meeting Reviewer, Conference Paper Type:Prof. Org. Level:Service to Professional Associations 2011

Programming Committee for Goering Center Committee Member Type:Prof. Org. Level:Service to Professional Associations 06-2017 -2017

McGraw Hill Digital Board of Advisors Member Type:Prof. Org. Level:Service to Professional Associations 09-2016 -2017

Journal of Organizational Behavior Reviewer, Ad Hoc Reviewer Type:Prof. Org. Level:Service to Professional Associations 2015 -2017

Professional Affiliation

08-2008: Academy of Management, International

Courses Taught

IND STUDY MGMT

MANAGEMENT

MANAGEMENT

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MANAGEMENT

MANAGEMENT

MANAGEMENT

Management

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Management

Faculty Development Activities

08-2016 -08-2016 Harvard Case Teaching Workshop Faculty Development Grant, University of Cincinnati Boston, MA Type:Workshop

10-09-2014 -10-09-2014 Second City Communications Seminar The focus is on using improvisational techniques to improve communication, collaboration, and teaching effectiveness., UC Interdisciplinary Faculty Development Grant Cincinnati, OH Type:Seminar