G. James Lemoine
James Lemoine is a PhD candidate in Scheller's Organizational Behavior program with a 12-year background in business and industry. This background includes experience in leadership positions with companies in the technology and agricultural sectors, entrepreneurship as a small business owner, and as a consultant specializing in sales management and leadership development. He authored many business columns and one book, Business Defined, which was published in 2008.
As a doctoral candidate James has won several awards including the Southern Management Association's Best Student Paper in Organizational Behavior, Georgia Tech's Graduate Student Instructor of the Year award, and designation as a Greenleaf Scholar by the Robert K. Greenleaf Center for Servant Leadership for his dissertation research on servant leadership behaviors. He has presented several papers and professional development workshops at the annual meetings of the Academy of Management and Southern Management Association, and serves as a member of the Academy's Teaching Theme Committee. His research has been accepted for publication by several journals including the Journal of Applied Psychology and Harvard Business Review.
His expected graduation date is May 2015.