Dr Nathan Eva (Chair), Hamed Ghahremani, PhD., G. James Lemoine, PhD., Chad Hartnell, PhD, Gary Schwarz, Brian Cooper, Alexander Newman, Mulyadi Robin, and Sen Sendjaya
Nathan Eva, PhD. is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Management at the Monash Business School, Australia. Dr. Eva received the 2015 Emerald/ EMFD Outstanding Doctorial Research Award in Leadership, and was awarded as a 2016 Greenleaf Scholar by the Greenleaf Center for Servant Leadership. He has also received numerous awards for teaching excellence. Dr. Eva’s research on servant-leadership has been published in the Leadership Quarterly, Journal of Business Ethics, and Public Administration. His research challenges the idea of heroic leadership and argues that we need to rethink how we lead and what leadership behaviors we should reward.
Hamed Ghahremani, PhD. is an Assistant Professor at the Management and Marketing Department of the University of New Orleans. He received his Ph.D. in organizational behavior from the University at Buffalo – SUNY. His research interests include servant-leadership, moral leadership, shared leadership, and social networks.
Chad Hartnell, PhD. is an Assistant Professor in the J. Mack Robinson College of Business at Georgia State University. He studies elements of the social context and their influence on organizational, team, and individual effectiveness. In particular, Dr. Hartnell researches leadership, organizational culture, and the interplay between them.