Donald E. Gibson, Ph.D. is dean of the O’Malley School of Business and Professor of Management and Marketing at Manhattan College. Don’s previous leadership roles were as vice provost for academic affairs and dean of the Dolan School of Business at Fairfield University. His research examines emotions in the workplace (and anger in particular), mentoring and role modeling, and conflict management. He has articles published in a range of leading journals, including Organization Science, Journal of Management, and Academy of Management Perspectives, and a book for practicing managers, Managing Anger in the Workplace. Gibson received his MBA and Ph.D. from UCLA, and was previously a professor in organizational behavior at Yale. He also has served as program chair and executive director of the International Association for Conflict Management. Prior to entering academia, Gibson worked in the entertainment industry in Los Angeles, distributing motion picture and television product for Lorimar Productions.
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