Tom ZagenczykAssociate Professor, Department of Management
Office: 119 Sirrine Hall
Phone: (864) 656-1639
Fax: (864) 656-2012
PhD Business Administration (Organizational Behavior & Human Resource Management)
BS, BPhil Business Administration
Organizational Behavior & Human Resource Management (MBA; MBA 809)
ProfileTom Zagenczyk is an Associate Professor and the Graduate Programs Coordinator for the Department of Management at Clemson University (PhD, Katz Graduate School of Business at the University of Pittsburgh, 2006). Tom has taught undergraduate and graduate courses Organizational Behavior and Human Resource Management in the US (Clemson University, West Virginia University, University of Pittsburgh) and China (Linyi Normal University, Sichuan International Studies University) and provided training sessions in negotiations for Michelin North America. He was awarded the Emerging Scholar Research Excellence Award (2011-2012), the Graduate Teaching Excellence Award (2007-2008) for the College of Business and Behavioral Science and the MBA Professor of the Year award (2007-2008). His work has appeared in or is forthcoming in journals including the Journal of Applied Psychology, Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, Journal of Management, Leadership Quarterly, Industrial Relations, Journal of Management Studies, and Group and Organization Management, among others. Tom is a member of the editorial boards for Group and Organization Management, the Journal of Business and Psychology and the European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology.
1. Employer-employee relationship (perceived organizational support, psychological contracts)
2. Leadership (leader-member exchange, abusive supervision)
3. Social networks (social influence, relationship between network position/characteristics and outcomes)
4. Personality in the workplace (Machiavellianism, Narcissism, self-control)
Recent Invited Presentations
Millenials in the Workplace. Waffle House Coach’s Clinic. Greenville, SC. (May 16, 2013).
Developing a Safety Climate: Organizational, Leader and Coworker Relationships as Predictors of Employee Safety Attitudes and Behavior. National Chemical Safety Symposium, Houston, TX. (May 22, 2013).
Millenials in the Workplace. College of Business and Behavioral Science Senior Advisory Board Meeting, Clemson University, Clemson, SC (April 5, 2013).
Managing the Psychological Contract to Improve Employer-Employee and Employee-Supervisor Relationships. Tri County Technical College Professional Development Day, November 6, 2012.
Psychological Contracts. Presentation to the Council and Executive Members of the Alpha Sigma Tau Sorority (September 2012).
Leading with Courage. Clemson University Leadership Summit. Greenville, SC (August 3, 2012).
iGen: What’s Next on the Horizon. Michelin Career Center Keynote Speech, Corporate Partners Retreat, Clemson University, Clemson, SC (August 2012).
Managing 101. Clemson Student Leaders Training, Clemson University, Clemson, SC (August 2011).
The role of Machiavellianism in predicting citizenship and deviance at work: Convergent evidence from three studies. University of Tilburg, Netherlands (December 9, 2010; with Restubog, S.L.D., Kiewitz, C., Kiazad, K., & Tang, R.)
An Overview of Organizational Behavior: Research and Practice. Sichuan International Studies University, Chongqing, PRC (June 2010).
SELECTED PUBLICATIONS (since 2008)
*Zagenczyk, T.J., Purvis, R.L., Shoss, M.K., Scott, K.L., & Cruz, K.S. (forthcoming). Social influence and leader perceptions: Multiplex social network ties and similarity in leader-member exchange. Journal of Business and Psychology. (*The first and second author contributed equally).
Restubog, S.L.D., Zagenczyk, T.J., Bordia, P., Bordia, S., & Chapman, G.J. (in press). Moderating roles of self-control and aggressive work culture in predicting responses to psychological contract breach. Journal of Management. (*The first two authors contributed equally)
*Zagenczyk, T.J., Restubog, S.L.D., Kiazad, K., Kiewitz, C., & Tang, R. (in press). Psychological contracts as a mediator of the relationship between Machiavellianism and employee citizenship and deviant behaviors. Journal of Management. (*The first three authors contributed equally)
Zagenczyk, T.J., Woodard, A., Walker, J.C., Few, T., Cruz, K.S., Kiazad, K., & Raja, M. (2013). The moderating effect of Machiavellianism on the psychological contract breach-organizational identification/disidentification relationships. Journal of Business and Psychology, 28, 287-299.
Shoss, M., Eisenberger, R., Restubog, S.L.D., & Zagenczyk, T.J. (2013). Blaming the organization for abusive supervision: The roles of perceived organizational support and supervisor organizational embodiment. Journal of Applied Psychology, 98, 158-168 .
Scott, K.L., Restubog, S.L.D., & Zagenczyk, T.J. (2013). A social exchange-based model of the antecedents of workplace exclusion. Journal of Applied Psychology, 98, 37-48.
*Restubog, S.L.D., Zagenczyk, T.J., & Bordia, P. (2013). When employees behave badly: The roles of contract importance and workplace familism in the psychological contract dynamics. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 43, 673-686. (*The first and second author contributed equally)
Kiewitz, C., Restubog, S.L.D., Zagenczyk, T.J., Scott, K.L., Garcia, P.R.J., & Tang, R.L. (2012). Sins of the parents: The role of supervisors’ prior experience of family undermining in predicting subordinates’ perceptions of abusive supervision. Leadership Quarterly, 23, 869-882.
Zagenczyk, T.J., Gibney, R., Few, W.T., & Scott, K.D. (2011). Social exchange and organizational identification: The mediating effect of perceived organizational support. Journal of Labor Research, 32, 254-281.
*Restubog, S.L.D., Scott, K.D., & Zagenczyk, T.J. (2011). When distress hits home: The effects of contextual factors and psychological distress in predicting employee responses to abusive supervision. Journal of Applied Psychology, 96, 713-729. (*Author order arranged alphabetically)
Featured in I/O at Work movie: http://www.ioatwork.com/io-at-work-the-movie/
Gibney, R., Zagenczyk, T.J., Fuller, J.B., Hester, K., & Caner, T. (2011). Social exchange and organizational identification: The differing effects of organizational obstruction and support. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 41, 1083-1109.
Zagenczyk, T.J., Scott, K.D., Gibney, R., Murrell, A.J., & Thatcher, J.B. (2010). Social influence and perceived organizational support: A social networks approach. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 111, 127-138.
Kiazad, K., Restubog, S.L.D., Zagenczyk, T.J., Kiewitz, C., & Tang, R.L. (2010). In pursuit of power: The role of authoritarian leadership style in the relationship between supervisors’ Machiavellianism and subordinates’ perceptions of abusive supervision. Journal of Research in Personality, 44, 512-519.
Loh, M.I., Restubog, S.D.L., & Zagenczyk, T.J. (2010). Consequences of workplace bullying on employee identification and satisfaction among Australians and Singaporeans: Exploring the moderating role of power-distance. Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, 41, 236-252.
Article summarized as “Research Brief” in Sidle, S.D. (2010). Eye of the beholder: Does culture shape perceptions of workplace bullying? Academy of Management Perspectives, 24, 100-101.
Masters, M., Gibney, R., Zagenczyk, T.J., & Shevchuk, I. (2010). Union members’ usage of IT. Industrial Relations, 49, 83-90.
Zagenczyk, T.J., Gibney, R., Kiewitz, C., & Restubog, S.L.D. (2009). Supervisors, mentors, and role models: Do they reduce the effects of psychological contract breach? Human Resource Management Journal, 19, 237-259.
Zagenczyk, T.J., & Murrell, A.J. (2009). It is better to receive than to give: Advice network effects on job and work-unit attachment. Journal of Business and Psychology, 24, 139-152.
Gibney, R., Zagenczyk, T.J., & Masters, M. (2009). The negative aspects of social exchange: An introduction to perceived organizational obstruction. Group & Organization Management, 34, 665-697.
Awarded Group & Organization Management “Paper of the Year” (Micro) for 2009.
Kiewitz, C., Restubog, S.L.D., Zagenczyk, T.J., & Hochwarter, W. (2009). The interactive effects of psychological contract breach and organizational politics on perceived organizational support: Evidence from two longitudinal studies. Journal of Management Studies, 46, 806-834.
Masters, M.F., Gibney, R., & Zagenczyk, T.J. (2009). Worker paycheck protection: Implications for labor’s political spending and voice. Industrial Relations, 48, 557-577.
Zagenczyk, T.J., Gibney, R., Murrell, A.J., & Boss, S. (2008). Friends don’t make friends good citizens, but advisors do. Group & Organization Management, 33, 760-780.