Assistant Professor, Organizational Behaviour

  • Troost Professor in Leadership

Profile

Ann Peng joined the faculty of Ivey Business School as an Assistant Professor in July 2013. She received her Ph.D. in Management at Michigan State University and a master degree from Lingnan University of Hong Kong. She has been involved in research programs in a range of OB topical areas, including leadership, job stress, emotions, justice, ethics, negotiation, and intercultural interactions. Her primary research program focuses on leadership. For example, her dissertation examines how direct and vicarious experiences of abusive supervision jointly influence followers' perceptions associated with distinct justice motives. In another project that is in progress, she and her colleagues examine how unit peers can effectively take on a leadership role in promoting service quality behaviour. Besides work, she spends most of her spare time playing badminton, watching YouTube, and travelling.

Teaching

  • Leading People & Organizations (HBA core)
  • Special Topics in Statistics (PhD seminar)

Recent Refereed Articles

  • Peng, A.C., Zeng, W., 2017, "Workplace Ostracism and Deviant and Helping Behaviors: The Moderating Role of 360 Degree Feedback", Journal of Organizational Behavior, July 38(6): 833 - 855.
  • Schaubroeck, J.M., Lam, S.K., Peng, A.C., 2016, "Can peers’ ethical and transformational leadership improve coworkers’ service quality? A latent growth analysis", Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, March 133: 45 - 58.
  • Peng, A.C., Lin, H-E., Schaubroeck, J.M., McDonough, E.F. III, Hu, B., Zhang, A., 2016, "CEO Intellectual Stimulation and Employee Work Meaningfulness: The Moderating Role of Organizational Context", Group & Organization Management, February 41(2): 203 - 231.
  • Hannah, S.T., Schaubroeck, J.M., Peng, A.C., 2016, "Transforming followers’ value internalization and role Self-Efficacy: Dual processes promoting performance and peer norm-enforcement", Journal of Applied Psychology, February 101(2): 252 - 266.
  • Schaubroeck, J.M., Peng, A.C., Hannah, S.T., 2016, "The Role of Peer Respect in Linking Abusive Supervision to Follower Outcomes: Dual Moderation of Group Potency", Journal of Applied Psychology, February 101(2): 267 - 278.
  • Peng, A.C., Van Dyne, L., Oh, K., 2015, "The Influence of Motivational Cultural Intelligence on Cultural Effectiveness Based on Study Abroad: The Moderating Role of Participants’ Cultural Identity", Journal of Management Education, October 39(5): 572 - 596.
  • Peng, A.C., Schaubroeck, J.M., Xie, J.L., 2015, "When Confidence Comes and Goes: How Variation in Self-Efficacy Moderates Stressor-Strain Relationships", Journal of Occupational Health Psychology, July 20(3): 359 - 376.
  • Chiaburu, D.S., Peng, A.C., Van Dyne, L., 2015, "Does it matter how I say it? The effects of constructive and complaining forms of idea presentation on supervisory evaluations", Journal of Personnel Psychology, July 14(1): 104 - 108.
  • Marinova, S.V., Peng, A.C., Lorinkova, N., Van Dyne, L., Chiaburu, D.S., 2015, "Change-oriented behavior: A meta-analysis of individual and job design predictors", Journal of Vocational Behavior, June 88(1): 104 - 120.
  • Peng, A.C., Dunn, J.R., Conlon, D.E., 2015, "When vigilance prevails: : The effect of regulatory focus and accountability on integrative negotiation outcomes", Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, January 126: 77 - 87.
  • Hannah, S.T., Jennings, P., Bluhm, D., Peng, A.C., Schaubroeck, J.M., 2014, "Duty orientation: Theoretical development and preliminary construct testing", Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, March 123(2): 220 - 238.
  • Peng, A.C., Schaubroeck, J.M., Li, Y., 2014, "Social Exchange Implications of Own and Coworkers' Experience of Supervisory Abuse", Academy of Management Journal, October 57(5): 1385 - 1405.
  • Ilies, R., Peng, A.C., Savani, K., Dimotakis, N., 2013, "Guilty and helpful: An emotion-based reparatory model of voluntary work behavior", Journal of Applied Psychology, November 98(6): 1051 - 1059.
  • Chiaburu, D.S., Peng, A.C., Oh, I-S., Banks, G.C., Lomeli, L.C., 2013, "Antecedents and Consequences of Employee Organizational Cynicism: A Meta-Analysis", Journal of Vocational Behavior, October 83(2): 181 - 197.
  • Schaubroeck, J.M., Peng, A.C., Hannah, S.T., 2013, "Developing trust with peers and leaders: Impacts on organizational identification and performance during entry.", Academy of Management Journal, August 56(4): 1148 - 1168.

Experience

  • 2004 - 2005: Book Editor, Happy Culture Company, Guangzhou, China
  • 2007 - 2008: Residence Hall Assistant, Lingnan University of Hong Kong