Ph.D. Organizational Behavior - Stern School of Business, New York University - 2007
Master in Management (MBA equivalent) - HEC School of Management, Paris, France - 1998
MBA Exchange Scholar - Columbia Business School, New York - 1997
B.A. HEC School of Management, Paris, France - 1996
Self-regulation especially as it relates to attention, ethics, and time. Interruptions and task performance. Mindfulness. Leadership.
Associate Professor, School of Business, University of Washington Bothell, 2018-present
Assistant Professor, School of Business, University of Washington Bothell,
Assistant Professor, Carlson School of Management, University of Minnesota,
Director - Brand Consulting and Corporate Identity, Interbrand, New York,
Associate - Shareholder Value Management, PricewaterhouseCoopers, New York,
Associate - US Equity Research, Société Générale (Socgen), New York, NY,
Analyst - Mergers and Acquisitions, Société Générale (Socgen), Paris, France,
PEER REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS
Leroy, S. and Glomb, T. (In Press). Tasks interrupted: How anticipating time pressure upon return to an interrupted task leads to attention residue and low performance on interrupting tasks and how a "ready-to-resume" plan mitigates those effects. Organization Science.
Leroy, S. and Schmidt, A.M. (2016). The effect of regulatory focus on attention residue and performance during interruptions. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Process.
Leroy, Shipp, Blount and Licht (2015). Synchrony Preference: Why some people go with the flow and some don’t. Personnel Psychology.
Dahm, P., Glomb, T., Manchester, C., and Leroy, S., (2015). Work-Family Conflict, Ego Depletion, and Self-Discrepant Time Allocation at Work. Journal of Applied Psychology.
Leroy, S. (2009). Why is it so hard to do my work? The challenge of attention residue when switching between work tasks. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes. 109. pp. 168-181.
Blount, S. and Leroy, S. (2007). Individual temporality in the workplace: How individuals perceive and value time at work. In Beth Rubin (Ed.), Research in the Sociology of Work (Vol. 17) - Work Place Temporalities.
Blount, S., Waller, M., and Leroy, S. (2005). Coping with temporal uncertainty: When rigid, ambitious deadlines don't make sense. In Starbuck, W. and Farjoun, M. (Eds.). Organization at the Limit (pp. 122-139). Blackwell publishing. Oxford, UK.
INVITATION IN CONFERENCE BEST PAPER PROCEEDINGS
Licht, J.- G., Leroy, S., & Vohs, K. D. (2014). Self-serving sins versus in-group indiscretions: How self-construal predicts unethical behavior. Paper invited to be published in the Academy of Management Best Paper Proceedings, Academy of Management Conference, Philadelphia, PA.
Leroy, S. (2011). Being present but not fully there: The challenge of anticipated time pressure in the context of interruptions. Paper invited to be published in the Academy of Management Best Paper Proceedings, Academy of Management Conference. San Antonio, TX.
Leroy, S. (2008). Why is it so hard to do my work? The challenge of attention residue when switching between work tasks. Paper invited to be published in the Academy of Management Best Paper Proceedings, Academy of Management Conference. Anaheim, CA.
A better way to deal with those constant interruptions, NBC News (2018)
You Asked: How Can I Use More of My Brain?, TIME Magazine (2017)
Management Is All in the Timing, strategy+business (2016)
AWARDS AND HONORS
- MBA Faculty of the Year, Teaching Award, University of Washington Bothell, School of Business. (2016)
- Finalists for the best student led paper award - Managerial and Organizational Cognition division of the Academy of Management. Paper in collaboration with doctoral student J-G Licht. (2014)
- One of four finalists for the best paper award - Managerial and Organizational Cognition division of the Academy of Management. (2011)
- Awarded Dean’s Small Research Grant - award received five times. (2008-2012)
- Winner of the best paper award - Managerial and Organizational Cognition division of the Academy of Management. (2008)
- One of six finalists for the Newman Award granted to the best paper based on a dissertation. Nominated by the Managerial and Organizational Cognition division of the Academy of Management. (2008)
- One of five nominees for Best Student Paper Award - Managerial and Organizational Cognition Division, Academy of Management meetings. (2006)
- Recipient of Nadler Fellowship and other competitively-awarded research funding, NYU/Stern School of Business (2005)
- Teaching Excellence Award, NYU/Stern School of Business. (2005)
- Rhône-Poulenc/Rorer - Aventis (Paris, France) - Research Grant (1996)
University of Washington Bothell - School of Business
- Leadership, Team Process and Decision Making - Core class in MBA program
- Leadership and Social Responsibility - Core course in MBA part-time program
- Advanced Leadership - Core course in MBA part-time program
- Managing Teams - Elective course in Undergraduate program
- Managing Employees - Core class in the Undergraduate program
University of Minnesota - Carlson School of Management
- Ph.D. Seminar on Self-regulation - Special Topic seminar offered to 2nd Year Ph.D. students
- Management and Organizational Behavior - Core course in MBA full-time and part-time programs
- Managing People and Organizations - Elective - MBA part-time program
- Managerial Psychology - Elective - Undergraduate program
Stern School of Business - New York University
- Management & Organizational Analysis - Core management class - Undergraduate program
- Negotiation and Consensus Building - Undergraduate program
ADDITIONAL ACADEMIC ROLES AND CONTRIBUTIONS
- Academy of Management Journal
- Journal of Business and Psychology
Ad Hoc Reviewing
- Organization Science
- Academy of Management Journal
- Journal of Applied Psychology
- Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes
- Management Science
- Annual Meetings of the Academy of Management
- Dissertation Chair for John-Gabriel Licht
- Dissertation Committee Member for Tao Yang
- Dissertation Committee Member for David Yoon
- Dissertation Committee Member for James Beck (Psychology Department), 2012
- Dissertation Committee Member for John Bechara, 2009
- Co-directed (with Dr. Sally Blount) undergraduate honors thesis for Beth Welinsky, 2005-2006
- Academy of Management
- American Psychological Association
- Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology
- Society for Personality and Social Psychology.