Dr. Greg Sears
Greg Sears is an Associate Professor of Human Resource Management and Organizational Behaviour at the Sprott School of Business. Prior to joining the school, Greg was as a Personnel Psychologist with the federal Public Service Commission where he worked in the areas of staffing policy, employee selection, and management development. Greg has consulted to a number of public and private sector organizations, including the Department of National Defence, Canadian Space Agency, Canada Revenue Agency, Toronto-Dominion Bank, and Brink’s Canada. Greg’s research focuses on the development of high-functioning leader-subordinate relationships and the role of personality in workplace behaviour.
Publications and Research Files
Sears, G.J. & Zhang, H. (2015, May). The moderating role of negative affectivity on POS – work outcome relationships. Proceedings of the 17th European Congress of Work and Organizational Psychology, Oslo, Norway.
Ng, E.S.W. & Sears, G.J. (2015). Toward representative bureaucracy: Predicting public service attraction among underrepresented groups in Canada. Review of Public Personnel Administration, 35(4), 367-385
McPhee, D.M., Sears, G.J., & Wiesner, W.H. (2014). Independent and joint effects of personality on intentions to become an active participant in local union activities in Canada. Journal of Psychology, 148(2), 145-159