Distinguished Research Chair in Advanced Business Leadership
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Dr. Piers Steel's areas of research interest include personnel selection, culture, motivation and procrastination. Currently, Piers is driving a systematic review of leadership research with the goal of identifying what is known and where knowledge gaps lie, and sharing the knowledge in a practical and accessible format.
Piers in Press
- How curbing your impulses can help you manage your procrastination - Interview on Canada AM
- Money's great- except when it demotivates - The Globe and Mail Leadership Lab article
- Piers Steel on The Procrastination Equation - National Post article
- Procrastinus - Dr. Steel's website
Paterson, T.A., Harms, P.D., Steel, P. & Credé, M. (In Press) An Assessment of the Magnitude of Effect Sizes: Evidence from 30 Years of Meta-Analysis in Management. Journal of Leadership and Organizational Studies.
Taras, Vas; Steel, Piers; Kirkman, Bradley L (2011). Three decades of research on national culture in the workplace: Do the differences still make a difference? Organizational Dynamics 40.3 (Jul-Sep 2011): 189.
- Steel, Piers; Huffcutt, Allen I; Kammeyer-Mueller, John. (2006). From the Work One Knows the Worker: A Systematic Review of the Challenges, Solutions, and Steps to Creating Synthetic Validity. International Journal of Selection and Assessment, 14.1 (Mar 2006): 16-36.