Estelle Archibold | Weatherhead School at Case Western Reserve University

EstelleĀ Archibold

Estelle Archibold
PhD Organizational Behavior, 2016 - Present
Senior Fellow, Center for Restorative Justice, Suffolk University
Visiting Scholar, Duke University - The Fuqua School of Business
exa177@case.edu

Estelle investigates applications of embodiment theory to phenomena in the workplace including gendered negotiations, conflict, confidence, and power. She is particularly interested in the study of embodied emotion in negotiations and conflict in organizations. Cooperation theory is also an emerging theme in her research.

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 in Organizations, Embodiment, Women and Negotiations, Process Theory

Teaching

Conflict Management & Negotiations, Organizational Ethics, Social Identity, Research Methods (Hermeneutic Phenomenology, Experimental Design & Analysis, and Agent-Based Modeling)

Recent Courses and Syllabi

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Selected Publications


Presentations

  • Suzanne, P. (Presenter & Author), Archibold, E., Bilimoria, D. (Author Only) Academy of Management Annual Meeting, "Relational Confidence: Theorizing the Process and Mechanisms of Validation in the Workplace", Gender and Diversity in Organizations, Vancouver, Canada. (2020).
  • Archibold, E. E. (Presenter & Author), Ma, A. (Author Only) Academy of Management Annual Meeting, "The Effect of Dyad Gender Composition on Negotiation Behaviors", Organizational Behavior, Gender & Diversity in Organizations, Conflict Management, Vancouver, Canada. (2020).
  • Archibold, E. (Coordinator/Organizer), Stephens, J. P. (Panelist/Discussant), Johnson, E. M. (Panelist/Discussant) Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, "Embodied Insights: Broadening the Scope of Management Research with a Bodily Lens", Academy of Management, Vancouver, BC. (2020).
  • Archibold, E. (Coordinator/Organizer), Bao, L. (Coordinator/Organizer) AOM 2019 Understanding the Inclusive Organization, "Symposium: Application of Agent-Based Modeling (ABM) in Organizational Research on Teams", Academy of Management, Boston, MA. (2019).
  • Archibold, E. POS Research Conference, "Positive Conflict and Diversity Leadership in Organizations", Center for Positive Organizational Studies, Ross School of Business, Univ. of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan. (2019).
  • Archibold, E. (Presenter & Author), Boncoeur, O. D. (Presenter Only) Academy of Management Conference, "Navigating Social Hierarchies in Organizations through Power Currency Attainment (PDW)", Academy of Management, Chicago, (2018).
  • Archibold, E. (Presenter & Author) 17th Biennial Meeting of the International Society for Justice Research, "Deservingness and Agentic Justice Enactment in Health Organizations (Paper Presentation)", International Society for Justice Research, Atlanta, Georgia. (2018).
  • Archibold, E., Jane, S. E., Bilimoria, D. Academy of Management Conference, "Self-Confidence and Self-Efficacy: Conceptualization, Measurement and Practical Relevance (PDW)", Academy of Management, Atlanta. (2017).
  • Blake-Beard, S. (Author Only), Halem, J. (Presenter & Author), Archibold, E. (Presenter & Author), Boncuer, O. D. (Presenter & Author) Academy of Management Annual Conference, "The Importance of Familial Relationships in the Careers & Mentoring of Professional Indian Women (Paper Presentation)", Academy of Management, Vancouver, Canada. (2015).

Academic and Professional Activities

  • International Association for Conflict Management. 2019 - Present
  • American Psychological Association. 2016 - Present
  • Academy of Management. 2015 - Present
  • Reviewer, Ad Hoc Reviewer, Human Relations Journal (SAGE), 2020
  • Editor, Associate Editor, Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Management, Spirituality and Religion Group, 2020
  • Committee Member, Organizational Behavior PhD Admission Committee, 2017 - 2018

Awards

  • Sherm-Grinell Scholarship, Department of Organizational Behavior. (2019).
  • Graduate Studies Research Fellowship, (2019).