Title: Associate Professor & Chair
Department: Human Resources Management
Office: Alter Hall 353
Research Interests: Emotion in Organizations, Workplace Anger and Aggression, Performance Feedback
Dr. Geddes’ Curriculum Vitae
- Geddes, D, & Stickney, L. L. 2011. The trouble with sanctions: Organizational responses to deviant anger displays at work. Human Relations. 41: 201-230.
- Geddes, D. 2009. How am I doing? Exploring online gradebook monitoring as a self-regulated learning practice that impacts academic achievement. Academy of Management Learning & Education, 8(4): 494 – 510.
- Geddes, D., & Callister, R. R. 2007. Crossing the line(s): A dual threshold model of anger in organizations. Academy of Management Review, 32: 721-746.
- Geddes, D, & Konrad, A. 2003. Demographic differences and reactions to performance feedback. Human Relations, 56(12): 1-29.
- Kruml, S. & Geddes, D. 2000. Exploring the dimensions of emotional labor: The heart of Hochschild’s work. Management Communication Quarterly, 14 (1): 8-49.
- Geddes, D. & Baron, R.A. 1997. Workplace aggression as a consequence of negative performance feedback. Management Communication Quarterly, 10(4):433-454.
Recent Awards and Honors
- Full Time MBA Fox Professor of the Year, 2012
- Musser Excellence in Leadership Award for Teaching, Fox School of Business, Temple University, 2004
- Andrisani-Frank Undergraduate Teaching Award, Fox School of Business, Temple University, 1999
Fox School of Business, Temple University
- Influential Communication in Complex Organizations (MBA)
- Organizational Communication and Information Management (MBA)
- Effective Organizational Communication (MBA)
In the News
- BBC, Oct 1, 2013, “Building work relationships.”
- Bloomberg Businessweek, U.S. News & World Report Health, MSN Health, Chicago Tribune, HRExecutive, Canadian HR Reporter, among others, April/May 2011. “Compassionate responses to emotional outbursts at work.”
- New York Times, Oct 2, 2005. “The office collection: To give or not to give.”
- Los Angeles Times, Nov. 1998. “Making sense of the madness: People express anger in ways ranging from tantrums to outbursts”
- Wall Street Journal, Nov. 19, 1996. "Annual agony: It's time to evaluate your work, and all involved are groaning."
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