Project Description

Jeremy D. Meuser, PhD, Jarvis Smallfield, PhD., Don Kluemper, PhD., Dan Cervone, PhD.

Meuser- PhD. Assistant Professor of Management

Jeremy D. Meuser currently works at the National Center for Professional and Research Ethics, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign. Jeremy does research in Leadership, Personality Psychology, Organizational Psychology and Applied Psychology. Their most recent publication is ‘I-deal makers in workgroups: Multi-level effects of leader fairness and i-deal distribution’.

Jarvis Smallfield, PhD., is a postdoctoral research associate at the National Center for Professional and Research Ethics (NCPRE) at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. He is a business scholar conducting research in the areas of Servant-leadership and the interaction between the organization and personality. Jarvis seeks to improve business performance and the quality of work environments by helping companies maximize the value each of their employees contributes to the organization and especially by helping leaders excel in their roles. Jarvis holds a PhD. in Business Administration from the University of Illinois at Chicago.

Don Kluemper, PhD., is an Associate Professor of Management and Director of the Institute for Leadership Excellence and Development (iLEAD) at the University of Illinois at Chicago. Don’s research has been published in outlets such as the Journal od Applied Psychology, Journal of Management, Personnel Psychology, Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, Journal of Organizational Behavior, The Leadership Quarterly, among others. In addition, some of Don’s research has been featured in media outlets such as the Wall Street Journal, Time Magazine, and National Public Radio. Don was formerly Director of Human Resources of a 250+ employee non-profit organization.

Daniel Cervone, Ph.D, ia a Professor of Psychology at the University of Illinois at Chicago. He earned his Bachelor’s degree at Oberlin College, and his Ph.D. at Stanford, where his graduate advisor was Albert Bandura. His research has addressed issues in social-cognitive analysis of personality and behavior including self-efficacy processes, self-regulation, and the influence of affective states on thinking about the self. In recent years his main effort has been to advance a model of the overall architecture of cognitive and affective personality systems: The Knowledge and Appraisal Personality Architecture or KAPA model, which was first published in the Psychological Review and upon which this workshop is based.