Amy Bartels

Assistant Professor
Management
HLH 325 N
P.O. Box 880491
Lincoln, NE 68588-0491
(402) 472-2885
amy.bartels@unl.edu
Amy Bartels Photo
Education
  • Ph.D. in Management (Organizational Behavior), Arizona State University.
  • Juris Doctorate, University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
  • Master of Arts (Higher Educational Administration), University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
  • B.A. in History, University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
Areas of Expertise
  • Leadership
  • Team Dynamics
  • Employee Stress and Well-Being
Appointments
  • Assistant Professor of Management
Vita
BartelsCV- December 2019.docx
Dr. Amy Bartels earned her Ph.D. in Management from the W.P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University. Her research interests include the leadership and team dynamics across levels of analysis and the impact of stress and well-being within the workplace.
Selected Publications/Articles
  • Luciano, M., Bartels, A. L., D’Innocenzo, L., Maynard, M. T., & Mathieu, J. E. (2018). Shared team experiences and team effectiveness: Unpacking the contingent effects of entrained rhythms and task characteristics. Academy of Management Journal, 61(4), 1403-1430.

 

  • Bartels, A. L., Peterson, S. J., & Reina, C. S. (2019). Understanding well-being at work: Development and validation of the eudaimonic workplace well-being scale. PLOS One, 14(4), e0215957.

 

  • Sessions, H., Nahrgang, J., Vaulont, M., Williams, R., & Bartels, A. L. Do the Hustle! Empowerment from Side-hustles and Its Effects on Full-time Work Performance. Academy of Management Journal (Conditionally Accepted).
Books and Book Chapters
  • Peterson, S. J., & Bartels, A. L. (2017).  Neurological and physiological applications to explore gender differences in leadership.  In S. R. Madson (Ed.), Handbook of Research on Gender and Leadership. Edward Elgar.

Graduate Courses

Organizational Behavior Seminar (MNGT 960) - Human behavior within organizations. Research findings and the contributions of behavioral science.

Undergraduate Courses

Foundations of Organizational Behavior (MNGT 360) - This course provides the basic knowledge for managing people in organizations by surveying frameworks for individual, group, and system behaviors. The course builds critical thinking skills by examining the role of perception, personality and attitudes, motivation, leadership, group dynamics, employee engagement, organizational culture, communication and decision making in the management of work.