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Dr Dawn Eubanks

Associate Professor of Behavioural Science & Strategy


Research Interests

Dawn's research interests are primarily in the areas of leadership and innovation, with particular interest in destructive leadership. Within leadership, she is exploring the darker side including reactions to criticism and different types of leader errors as related to performance outcomes. Innovation research includes a focus upon how to foster this characteristic across a range of contexts. Additionally, she has researched cognitive processes such as intuition and its relationship to creativity. Her research findings appear in journals such as The Leadership Quarterly, Journal of Applied Social Psychology, Creativity Research Journal, and Human Resource Management Review.

Teaching in 2017-2018

Executive MBA
  • IB9AP0: Behavioural Sciences for the Manager
  • IB9CV5: Leading for Innovation
Executive MBA (London)
  • IB9APL: Behavioural Sciences for the Manager
MSc Business
  • IB9CVB: Leading for Innovation
Marketing & Strategy
  • IB9BN0: Advanced Leadership
Undergraduate
  • IB3H80: Leadership

Applied & Organisational Psychology Research Network, Behavioural Operations in Policing Consortium, Behavioural Science Group, Entrepreneurship & Innovation

Email:  /  Tel: 024 765 24985  /  Room: 3.122

Biography

Dawn Eubanks is an Associate Professor of Behavioural Science at Warwick Business School. She earned her PhD in Industrial Organizational Psychology with a minor in quantitative methods from The University of Oklahoma.

Publications

Journal Articles

Journal Item

Book Item

  • Eubanks, D. L. and Mumford, M. D. (2010) "Destructive leadership: The role of cognitive processes", Part I: Destructive Leaders, Chapter 2, 23-47, Information Age Publishing, United States

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