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Bill Burke has been selected to participate in the Leadership Maryland Class of 2018. Leadership Maryland offers many opportunities that will be informative, enriching and personally rewarding. Congratulations!

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F. Shipper and R. Hoffman attended the Mid-year Fellows Workshop in Honor of Louis O. Kelso at Rutgers University, January 14-16 where they:
  • Presented paper on “The John Lewis Partnership: A Case Study”
  • Conducted a workshop on “How to Do Company Case Studies”

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Dr. Ani Mathers attended the Hawaii Accounting Research Conference where she presented “The Impact of Stakeholder Orientation on Tax Avoidance: Evidence from a Natural Experiment,” which is joint work with Dr. Bin Wang and Dr. Sara Wang, and she served as a paper discussant.

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Hong Yao recently was awarded an SU Alumni Association Faculty Appreciation Award.
http://www.salisbury.edu/news/article.html?id=7699

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Dr. Chao Miao and his coauthors have published a paper at London School of Economics Business Review (LSE Business Review). The title and reference of this paper is: Humphrey, R. H., Miao, C., & Qian, S. (2017). Emotionally intelligent employees are a competitive advantage. London School of Economics Business Review. In this paper, Dr. Miao and his coauthors summarized the meta-analytic findings based on the papers that Dr. Miao and his coauthors have published on the topic of emotional intelligence. They reported that emotional intelligence is positively related to job satisfaction, organizational commitment, organizational citizenship behavior and leadership effectiveness. Emotional intelligence also demonstrates significant incremental validities and impressive relative importance above and beyond cognitive ability and the Big Five personality traits in predicting aforementioned outcome variables. In light of the importance of emotional intelligence that has been clearly supported by meta-analytic findings, Dr. Miao and his coauthors thus made evidence-based recommendations that organizations should recruit emotionally intelligent people, and train all employees in emotional competencies.

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