Areas of Expertise
- Organizational Culture and Fit
Resick, Christian, Murase, Toshio, Randall, Kenneth, and DeChurch, Leslie, Information Elaboration and Team Performance: Examining the Psychological Origins and Environmental Contingencies. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 124 (Jul 2014): 165-176.
Mawritz, Mary, Dust, Scott, and Resick, Christian, Hostile Climate, Abusive Supervision, and Employee Coping: Does Conscientiousness Matter?. Journal of Applied Psychology 99 (Jul 2014): 737-747.
Dust, Scott, Resick, Christian, and Mawritz, Mary, Transformational Leadership, Psychological Empowerment, and the Moderating Role of Mechanistic-Organic Contexts. Journal of Organizational Behavior 35 (Apr 2014): 413-433.
Resick, Christian, Hargis, Michael, Shao, Ping, and Dust, Scott, Ethical Leadership, Moral Equity Judgments, and Discretionary Workplace Behavior. Human Relations 66 (Jul 2013): 951-972.
Martin, Gillian, Resick, Christian, Keating, Mary, Szabo, Erna, Kwan, Ho, and Peng, Chunyan, The Meaning of Leader Integrity: A Comparative Study Across Anglo, Asian, and Germanic Cultures. Leadership Quarterly 24 (Jun 2013): 445-461.
Randall, Kenneth, Resick, Christian, and DeChurch, Leslie, Building Team Adaptive Capacity: The Roles of Sense-Giving and Team Composition. Journal of Applied Psychology 96 (May 2011): 525-540.
Resick, Christian, Whitman, Daniel, Weingarden, Steven, and Hiller, Nathan, The Bright-Side and The Dark-Side of CEO Personality: Examining Core Self-Evaluations, Narcissism, Transformational Leadership, and Strategic Influence. Journal of Applied Psychology 94 (Nov 2009): 1365-1381.
Giberson, Tomas G., Resick, Christian, Dickson, Marcus, Mitchelson, Jackie, and Randall, Kenneth, Leadership and organizational culture: Linking CEO characteristics to cultural values. Journal of Business and Psychology 24 (Jun 2009): 123-137.
Resick, Christian, Giberson, Tomas, Dickson, Marcus, Wynne, Kevin, and Bajdo, Linda, “Person-organization fit, organizational citizenship, and social-cognitive motivational mechanisms.” Organizational Fit: Key Issues and New Directions, Ed. A. L. Kristof-Brown and J. Billsberry. Chichester, UK: John Wiley & Sons, Ltd, (2013): 99-123.
Murase, Toshio, Resick, Christian, Jimenez, Millie, Sanz, Elizibeth, and DeChurch, Leslie, “Leadership and Collective Cognition.” Theories of Team Cognition: Cross-Disciplinary Perspectives, Ed. E. Salas, S. Fiore, & M. Letsky. New York: Routledge, (2011): 117-144.
Resick, Christian, Burke, C. Shawn, and Doty, Daniel, “MTS research in laboratory settings: A look at the technical and practical challenges.” Multi-Team Systems: An Organization Form for Dynamic and Complex Environments, Ed. S. J. Zaccaro, M. A. Marks, & L. A. DeChurch . New York: Taylor and Francis, (2011): 487-510.
Keating, Mary, Martin, Gillian, and Resick, Christian, “Intercultural Ethical Leadership Competence: Contrasting Ireland and Germany.” Firm-level Internationalisation, Regionalism, & Globalization, Ed. E. Hutson & R. R. Sinkovics. New York: Palgrave MacMillan , (2011): 216-232.
Resick, Christian, Mitchelson, Jackie, Dickson, Marcus, and Hanges, P. J., “Culture, Corruption, and the Endorsement of Ethical Leadership.” Advances in Global Leadership, Volume V, Ed. W. H. Mobley, Y. Wang, & M. Li. Bingley, U.K.: Emerald Group Publishing, (2009): 113-144.
Dickson, Marcus, Resick, Christian, and Goldstein, Harold, “Seeking explanations in people not in the results of their behavior: Twenty-plus years of the Attraction-Selection-Attrition Model.” The People Make the Place: Exploring Dynamic Linkages Between Individuals and Organizations, Ed. D. Brent Smith . Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum , (2008): 5-36.
Shao, Ping, Resick, Christian, Graham, Katrina, McDonnell, Anthony, Margolis, Jaclyn, and Hargis, Michael, Motivation, Personality, and Organizational Deviance: Do Ethical Judgments Matter?, Annual Conference of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology: Honolulu, HI, (May 2014):
Resick, Christian, Whitman, Daniel, DiRenzo, Marco, and Weingarden, Steven, Authentic Vs. Pseudo-Transformational Leadershi…, Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management: Orlando, FL, (Aug 2013):
Ziegert, Jonathan C., Resick, Christian, and Dust, Scott, Leader Extraversion and the Emergence of Shared…, Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology: Houston, TX, (Apr 2013):
Mawritz, Mary, Dust, Scott, and Resick, Christian, Hostile Climates, Abusive Supervision, and the …, Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology: Houston, TX, (Apr 2013):
Resick, Christian, Reychav, Iris, and Gefen, David, Building Ownership in Multiteam Knowledge Manag…, Bridging the Great Divide: Advancing the Science of Multiteam Systems Through International Collaboration EAWOP Small Groups Meeting: Varenna, IT, (Oct 2012):
Resick, Christian, Murase, Toshio, Doty, Daniel, Kwan, Ho, Shao, Ping, and DeChurch, Leslie, Member Personality, Social-Cognitive Motivation…, Academy of Management: Boston, MA, (Aug 2012):
Resick, Christian, Dust, Scott, Ziegert, Jonathan C., Bureau, W. Ed, and Shao, Ping, Principal as Climate Builder: Linking Authentic…, Annual Conference for the International Leadership Association: London, (Oct 2011):
BS Management - Saint Francis University Loretto, PA 1992
MA Industrial/Organizational Psychology - West Chester University West Chester, PA 1994
PhD Industrial/Organizational Psychology - Wayne State University Detroit, MI USA 2004
Corporate-National City Bank of Pennsylvania Compensation Analyst/HR Consultant Oct 1994 - Oct 1996
Corporate-Buck Consultants Compensation and Performance Management Consultant Oct 1996 - Jun 2000
New research from Drexel LeBow’s Christian Resick finds that cross-functional teams working on dynamic projects need to master the art of information elaboration. By providing detailed explanations, and constructively discussing and integrating members’ ideas, teams are able to leverage their diverse knowledge resources and be successful.
Drexel is home to a lot of winners and that is certainly the case with LeBow’s Ph.D. students. Scott Dust, who is graduating next week with a doctorate in management, was recognized with the Outstanding Promise Doctoral Award by the University.