Academic Program Director, Neeley Leadership Program
Management and Leadership Department
- PhD, University of California Irvine
- MBA, Brigham Young University
- BS, Brigham Young University
Areas of Expertise/Research
- Leadership development
- Dispute resolution
- Peters, Larry, John Baum, & Gregory K. Stephens (2013). Supervisor as Steward of Leadership Development Efforts. Organizational Dynamics, 42(1): 46-53.
- Lawrence H. Peters, Gregory K. Stephens, & John F. Baum (December, 2012). When Developing Leaders, Don’t Blame Training! T+D, 66(12): 58-62.
- Lawrence H. Peters, John F. Baum, & Gregory K. Stephens (2011). Creating ROI in Leadership Development. Organizational Dynamics, 40(2): 104-109.
- Charles R. Greer, Charles D. Stevens. & Gregory K. Stephens (Winter, 2007). The State of the Unions in Mexico. Journal of Labor Research, 28(1), 69-92.
- International Careers as Repositories of Knowledge: A New Look at Expatriation. In Daniel C. Feldman (Ed.), Work Careers (SIOP - Frontiers Series). San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass. (2002, with Allan Bird, & Mark E. Mendenhall).
Honors and Awards
- Alumni Professor of the Year Award (2014; nominee)
- Dean's Teaching Award (2012)
- Honored as a “favorite professor” - Professional MBA program (2012)
- Inspirational Teacher Award (2009)
- Myers Briggs Type Indicator Certification (2005) - Received from the Center for Applications of Psychological Type (CAPT).
- Crucial Confrontations Certification (2005) - Received from VitalSmarts, Inc.
- Crucial Conversations Certification (2004) - Received from VitalSmarts, Inc.
- Senior Appreciation Awards (2002, 2004, 2005)
- Advanced Mediation, Family Mediation, and Victim/Offender Mediation Certification.
- TCU Professor of the Year Nominee (1996) -- Nominated by TCU students.
- Best Paper Award (1989) -- 49th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, International Management Division. (Title: "The Influence of the Spouse on American Expatriate Adjustment and Intent to Stay in Pacific Rim Overseas Assignments").
- Past Presidents Best Paper Award Nominee (1989) -- 30th Annual Meeting of the Western Academy of Management, San Francisco, CA. (Title: "Career Stage Transitions: A Theoretical Integration and Model").