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Faculty
Faculty

Stephanie Leonard

Assistant Professor

  • Management
  • School of Business

Biography

Dr. Stephanie R. Leonard is an Assistant Professor of Management in the School of Business at Howard University. She earned her Ph.D. in Business Administration with a concentration in Management from the University of Central Florida. Dr. Leonard is a proud graduate of Howard University, where she obtained a Bachelor of Business Administration in Management. She also holds a Master of Business Administration and a Master of Liberal Arts with a concentration in Curriculum and Instruction. Her research interests include diversity and inclusion phenomena such as organizational rationales for diversity, antecedents for inclusive climates, race-based trauma implications for workplaces, and micro-generational differences. Her interests also include research methodology topics such as the usage marker variable and common method variance  Dr. Leonard has presented her work at several academic conferences such as the Academy of Management Annual Meeting and the Southern Management Association Annual Meeting. In addition to academia, she has experience in Human Resources within the areas of benefits administration, employee relations, employment development, and training and has worked in private, public, and non-profit sectors.

Education & Expertise

Education

Business Administration - Management

Ph.D.
University of Central Florida

Quantitative Analytics

M.B.A.
Louisiana Tech University

Management

B.B.A.
Howard University

Expertise

Diversity and Inclusion

Academics

Academics

Management & Organizational Behavior

This course examines a broad overview of management practices that are continually shaping organizations within the context of their environments. An emphasis is placed on how managers can best help their organizations set and achieve goals.  Analytical approaches are used in learning both management theory and practices that illustrate how management can achieve efficiency and equity in the employment relationship. Particular attention is given to current demographic, regulatory, technological, economic, ethical, and other significant trends in the domestic and global community that have increased the importance of managing. The content is a dynamic, mutually reinforcing mixture of theory, research, and practice (cases/exercises).

Research

Research

Specialty

Diversity and Inclusion; Research Methods

Related Articles

The Spillover Effects of Mistreatment at Work on Work and Non-Work Outcomes.

Leonard, S., Bennett, R., & Posey, C. The spillover effects of mistreatment at work on work and non-work outcomes accepted for the Academy of Management Meeting, 2018.

A Metacognitive Approach to What Marker Variables Measure

Dickerson-Simmering, M. & Leonard, S. A metacognitive approach to what marker variables measure accepted for the Southern Management Association Meeting, 2016.

The Moderated Relationship between Customer Demandingness and Deviance

Bennett, R., Amyx, D., Leonard, S. & Darrat, M. The moderated relationship between customer demandingness and deviance accepted for the Australian Psychological Association Meeting, 2015.