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Lauren D'Innocenzo

Lauren DInnocenzo

Current City: Philadelphia, PA

PhD; University of Connecticut
MS; Ithaca College
BA; Cornell University

Professional experience:
Assistant Professor of Organizational Behavior

Courses I teach include

Communicating Technical Findings with a Non-Technical Audience

Authored/coauthored works:

D'Innocenzo, Lauren, Luciano, Margaret, Mathieu, John E., Maynard, M. Travis, and Chen, G, "Empowered to Perform: A multi-level investigation of the influence of empowerment on performance in hospital units," Academy of Management Journal 59 (Aug 2016): 1290-1307.
Mathieu, John E., Kukenberger, M.R., D'Innocenzo, Lauren, and Reilly, Greg, "Modeling reciprocal team cohesion-performance relationships, as impacted by shared leadership and members competence," Journal of Applied Psychology 100 (May 2015): 713-734.
D'Innocenzo, Lauren, Kukenberger, M.R., and Mathieu, John E., "A Meta-Analysis of Shared Leadership Team Performance Relations," Journal of Management 42 (Nov 2016): 1964-1991.
Maynard, M. Travis, Luciano, Margaret, D'Innocenzo, Lauren, Mathieu, John E., and Dean, Matthew, "Modeling reciprocal psychological empowerment-performance relationships over time," Journal of Applied Psychology 99 (Nov 2014): 1244-1253.
Mathieu, John E., D'Innocenzo, Lauren, and Kukenberger, M.R., "Contextual Issues in Project Performance: A Multi-Level Perspective.." The Psychology and Management of Project Teams: An Interdisciplinary View., Ed. F. Chiocchio, E.K. Kelloway, and B. Hobbs. Oxford: Oxford University Press, (2015): 101-136.

Notable achievements:

2016 Excellent in Research, Drexel University
2015 Excellent in Research, Drexel University
2014 School of Business Hall of Fame, University of Connecticut
2014 Health Care Management Division Best Paper Award, Academy of Management
2013 Business School PhD Teaching Award, University of Connecticut

Invited speaker at conferences

Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychologists (2016)
Academy of Management (2016)

What is the best part about teaching?
The students are so engaged and willing to share personal experiences to help bring to life some of the communication concepts we discuss.

Do you have any hobbies, favorite activities, or hidden talents?
I am a former NCAA Division I All-American athlete

What is your favorite place or dream vacation destination?
Warm, tropical beach!

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