Paul E Tesluk

Paul E Tesluk is affiliated with the University at Buffalo School of Management.[1]

Tesluk is a prolific scholar who has published numerous articles in the most selective journals in his field.[2]He is an elected fellow of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, and the Society for Organizational Behavior.[2]He has studied sports teams such as the Buffalo Sabres of the N.H.L. to understand the role that chemistry plays in on-field success — or, in the Giants' case, failure.[1]April 22--Paul E. he, the interim dean of the University at Buffalo's School of Management since July, has been permanently named to the post.[3]He has taught at UB since 2011 and is an expert in the academic fields of leadership, team effectiveness and organizational performance.[3]Before joining UB, he was on the faculty for 13 years at the Smith School of Business at the University of Maryland, where he served as chair of the Department of Management and Organization and was co-director of the Center for Leadership, Innovation and Change.[3]

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Twenty-two new graduates are equipped with the leadership skills to take their careers to the next level after completing the Leadership Empowerment Academy Program, a global collaboration between the University of Cape Coast and the University at Buffalo School of Managements Center for Leadership and Organizational Effectiveness. Representatives from UB attended virtually via video conference, including Paul Tesluk, dean of the UB School of Management, who shared graduation remarks.[4]


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