Joyce Bono has an MS in Administration from the University of Notre Dame and a
PhD in Business Administration/Organizational Behavior from the University of Iowa. She has published articles in the Journal of Applied Psychology, Applied Psychology, and elsewhere. Her expertise includes leadership, emotions and attitudes in organizations, and gender stereotypes in management. Her current research includes positive work relationships, differing expectations for male and female managers and worker health initiatives.
"Workplace emotional regulation: The role of supervision and leadership." with Hannah Jackson-Foldes, Gregory Vinson, & John Muros. Journal of Applied Psychology, 2007.
"Charisma, positive emotions, and mood contagion." with R. Ilies. Leadership Quarterly, 2006.
"Advice and influence networks of transformational leaders." with Marc Anderson. Journal of Applied Psychology, 2005.
"Understanding responses to feedback: The role of core self-evaluations." with Amy Colbert. Personnel Psychology, 2005.
"Personality and transformational and transactional leadership: A meta-analysis." with T. Judge. Journal of Applied Psychology, 2004.
"Self-Concordance at work: Toward understanding the motivational effects of transformational leaders." with T. Judge. Academy of Management Journal, 2003.
"Core self-evaluations: A review of the trait and its role in job satisfaction and job performance." with T. Judge. European Journal of Personality, 2003.
"Five-factor model of personality and transformational leadership." with T. Judge. Journal of Applied Psychology, 2000.
"The job satisfaction-job performance relationship: A qualitative and quantitative review." with T. Judge, C. Thoresen, and G. Patton. Psychological Bulletin, 2001.
"Men, women, and managers: Are stereotypes finally changing?" with E. Duehr. Personnel Psychology, 2006.
with R. Purvanova, A Towler, and D Peterson (2009). A Survey of Executive Coaching Practices Personnel Psychology
This individual is not scheduled to teach in the last, current, or next term.