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Faculty and Staff Profile

Sharon Sheridan

Assistant Professor of Leadership


Office: BUS 412G
Phone:
Email: SSHERID@clemson.edu
 

 Educational Background

Ph.D. Management
University of Central Florida 2017

MS Decision and Information Sciences
University of Florida 2004

BS Decision and Information Sciences
University of Florida 2003

 Courses Taught

Current: Principles of Management
Recruitment and Selection
Compensation
Human Resource Management
Strategy
Organizational Behavior

 Profile

Sharon Sheridan is an Assistant Professor of Leadership at Clemson University. She earned her PhD at the University of Central Florida. Her research explores the bright and dark side of interpersonal relationships at work, with a particular emphasis on leader behavior and positive emotions. Her work has appeared in the Journal of Human Performance and the Journal of Business and Psychology. Prior to entering academia, Sharon was a consulting manager for KPMG where she led global engagement teams providing information technology services to an array of Fortune 500 firms. She enjoys spending time hiking, boating, and cooking with her husband and children.

 Research Publications

Sheridan, S., & Ambrose, M. L. (2020) My cup runneth over: A daily study of the energy benefits for supervisors who feel appreciated by their subordinates. Journal of Management. https://doi.org/10.1177/0149206320967104

Rice, D.B., Young, N.C.J. & Sheridan, S. Improving employee emotional and behavioral investments through the trickle-down effect of organizational inclusiveness and the role of moral supervisors. J Bus Psychol (2020). https://doi.org/10.1007/s10869-019-09675-2

Sharon Sheridan, Craig Crossley, Ryan M. Vogel, Marie S. Mitchell & Rebecca J. Bennett (2019) Intending to Leave But No Place to Go: An Examination of the Behaviors of Reluctant Stayers, Human Performance, 32:2, 53-68, DOI: 10.1080/08959285.2019.1578964

 Links

My cup runneth over: A daily study of the eneregy benefits for supervisors who feel appreciated by their subordinates.