Charlice Hurst


Assistant Professor

Charlice  Hurst

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Biography

The primary focus of my research is on interpersonal dynamics in the workplace and how interpersonal relationships influence well-being and performance. I often examine, in particular, the roles of personality and gender in shaping interpersonal relationships between coworkers and between leaders and followers. Among my ongoing research projects, I am examining how transitioning to a virtual work environment affects team member relationships, how leaders perceive and respond to employee voice (speaking up), and how unintentional norm violations by newcomers affect their adjustment to their new organization. Prior to embarking on my academic career, I spent ten years as a fundraising and management consultant to nonprofit organizations and social enterprises.

Areas of Expertise

Development and effects of interpersonal relationships at work

Gender and race in the workplace

Stereotyping and discrimination

Personality and self-concept

Education

Ph D, University of Florida

IMBA (International MBA), Moore School of Business, University of South Carolina

BA, Harvard University

Teaching

Principles of Management

Publications

"What I experienced yesterday is who I am today: Relationship of work motivations and behaviors to within-individual variation in the five-factor model of personality.", (with Timothy Judge, Lauren Simon, Ken Kelley), Journal of Applied Psychology, 99, 2014.