Estelle Archibold | Weatherhead

EstelleĀ Archibold

Estelle Archibold
PhD Organizational Behavior, 2016 - Present
exa177@case.edu

MS, Simmons College, School of Management, 2016
Post Graduate, Boston University, 2015
Masters of Divinity, Emory University, 2009
MA, Georgia State University, 2000
BA, Spelman College, 1996


Interests and Courses

Research

Conflict Management

Self-Confidence/Self-Efficacy

Group Dynamics

Social Connections/Social Isolation

Teaching

Conflict Management, Justice in Organizations, Organizational Ethics, Gender in Organizations, Power and Social Hierarchies, Research Methods

Recent Courses and Syllabi

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Selected Publications

  • Archibold, E., Jane, S. E., Bilimoria, D.
    Multi-Level Organizational Factors that Support and Harm Women's Self- Confidence Academy of Management.
  • Blake-Beard, S., Halen, J., Archibold, E., Burton, A., Boncouer, O. D.
    The Importance of Familial Relationships in the Careers & Mentoring of Professional Indian Women Academy of Management Conference Proceedings.
  • Blake-Beard, S., Halem, J., Archibold, E.
    Mentoring Relationships of Professional Indian Women

Presentations

  • Archibold, E. (Presenter & Author), Boncoeur, O. D. (Presenter Only) Academy of Management Conference, "Navigating Social Hierarchies in Organizations through Power Currency Attainment", Academy of Management, Chicago, (2018).
  • Archibold, E. (Presenter & Author) 2017 Academy of Management Annual Conference, "Self-Confidence and Self-Efficacy in Organizational Behavior: A Review of Management Literature to Dateā€", Academy of Management, Atlanta, Georgia. (2017).
  • Archibold, E., Jane, S. E., Bilimoria, D. Academy of Management Conference, "Self-Confidence and Self-Efficacy: Conceptualization, Measurement and Practical Relevance", Academy of Management, Atlanta. (2017).

Academic and Professional Activities

  • Committee Member, Organizational Behavior PhD Admission Committee, 2017 - Present

Awards

  • MDSA Member - The PhD Project, (2016).