Dr. Jamie Gloor

Office hours: by appointment (please e-mail)
Room: Arcisstr. 21, Building 0505, Intermediate Story, Room Z563

E-Mail: jamie.gloor (at) tum.de
Fon: +49 89 289 24098
Fax: +49 89 289 24093

As of February 2017, Jamie Gloor is a Post-Doc at the Chair of Research and Science Management. She leads the research project „Fördert Fürsorge für Angehörige fürsorgliche Führung?“ together with Prof. Peus, taking over from Dr. Lisa Horvath. This project is part of the research network „ForGenderCare“ of the Bavarian Research Alliance (Bayrischer Forschungsverbund). Jamie earned her PhD in Management and Economics at the University of Zurich in Switzerland with a dissertation titled, "The labyrinth of leadership: Female, family, and career considerations" (summa cum laude). She also earned MA and BA degrees in psychology from Wake Forest University and the University of North Carolina at Greensboro in the United States. Together with the team here at TUM, Jamie examines employee diversity (e.g., gender and parenthood) in the context of teams and leadership with career and policy implications.

Short Bio

Since 02/2017
Post-doctoral researcher at the TUM Chair of Research and Science Management/ Project "ForGenderCare"
2016 PhD in Management and Economics, University of Zurich (summa cum laude)
05/2016 - 08/2016 Visiting Postdoctoral Fellow, St. Gallen University
04/2015 - 07/2015 Visiting Scholar (Swiss National Science Foundation), National University of Singapore
01/2015 - 04/2015 Visiting Scholar (Swiss National Science Foundation), University of Queensland
07/2013 - 02/2017 Research Associate & Lecturer at the University of Zurich Chair of Human Resource Management; Project "Career & Life Phase of the Assistant Professor"
09/2010 - 08/2012 Research Associate, Yale University
2010 MA in Psychology, University of North Carolina at Greensboro
08/2008 - 05/2010 Research and Teaching Assistant, University of North Carolina at Greensboro
2008 BA in Psychology, Wake Forest University

Publications

Journal Articles

Gloor, J. L., Morf, M. C., Paustian-Underdahl, S., & Backes-Gellner, U. (in press). Fix the game, not the dame: Restoring equity in leadership evaluations. Journal of Business Ethics.

Gloor, J. L., Li, X., & Puhl, R. M. (2018). Predictors of parental leave support: Bad news for (big) dads and a policy for equality. Group Processes & Intergroup Relations, 21(5), 810-830. doi: 10.1177/1368430217751630

Li, X., McAllister, D., Ilies, R., & Gloor, J. L. (in press). Schadenfreude: A counter-normative observer response to workplace mistreatment. Academy of Management Review.

Gloor, J. L., Li, X., Lim, S., & Feierabend, A. (2018). An inconvenient truth? Interpersonal and career consequences of “maybe baby” expectations. Journal of Vocational Behavior.

Gloor, J. L., Li., X., & Lim, S. (2017). An inconvenient truth? Interpersonal and career consequences of „maybe baby“ expectations. Academy of Management Best Paper Proceedings.

Gloor, J. L., & Puhl, R. M. (2016). Empathy and perspective - taking: Examination and comparison of strategies to reduce weight stigma. Stigma & Health.

Gloor, J. L. (2014). Bullying and harassment in the workplace: Developments in theory, research, and practice. Academy of Management: Learning & Education, 13(1), 145 - 148.

Gloor, J. L. (2014). Taking the liberty of incivility: Workplace bullying in higher education. Human Resource Development Quarterly, 25(1), 121 - 126.

King, K. M., Puhl, R. M., Luedicke, J., & (Gloor) Peterson, J. L. (2013). Eating behaviors, victimization, and desire for supportive intervention among adolescents in weight-loss camps. Eating Behaviors, 14(4), 484 - 487.

Puhl, R. M., (Gloor) Peterson, J. L., DePierre, J. A., & Luedicke, J. (2013). Headless, hungry, and unhealthy: A video content analysis of obese persons portrayed in online news. Journal of Health Communication: International Perspectives, 18(6), 686 - 702.

Puhl, R. M., Luedicke, J., & (Gloor) Peterson, J. L. (2013). Public reactions to obesity-related health campaigns: A randomized controlled trial. American Journal of Preventive Medicine, 45(1), 36 - 48.

Puhl, R. M., (Gloor) Peterson, J. L., & Luedicke, J. (2013). Fighting obesity or obese persons? Public perceptions of obesity-related health messages. International Journal of Obesity, 37(6), 774 - 82.

Puhl, R. M., (Gloor) Peterson, J. L., & Luedicke, J. (2013). Motivating or stigmatizing? Public perceptions of weight language used by providers. International Journal of Obesity, 37(4), 612 - 619.

Puhl, R. M., (Gloor) Peterson, J. L., & Luedicke, J. (2013). Strategies to address weight-based victimisation: Youths' preferred support interventions from classmates, teachers, and parents. Journal of Youth & Adolescence, 42(3), 315-27.

Puhl, R. M., (Gloor) Peterson, J. L., & Luedicke, J. (2013). Weight-based victimization: Bullying experiences of weight loss treatment-seeking youth. Pediatrics, 131(1), e1-e9.

(Gloor) Peterson, J. L., Puhl, R. M., & Luedicke, J. (2012). An experimental investigation of physical education teachers’ and coaches’ reactions to weight-based victimization in youth. Psychology of Sport & Exercise, 13(2), 177-185.

(Gloor) Peterson, J. L., Puhl, R. M., & Luedicke, J. (2012). An experimental investigation of physical educators’ expectations and attitudes: The importance of student weight and gender. Journal of School Health, 82(9), 432 - 440.

Kiang, L., (Gloor) Peterson, J. L., & Thompson, T. (2011). Ethnic peer preferences among Asian American adolescents in emerging immigrant communities. Journal of Research on Adolescence, 21(4), 754 - 761.

Puhl, R. M., (Gloor) Peterson, J. L., & Luedicke, J. (2011). Parental perceptions of weight terminology that providers use with youth. Pediatrics, 128(4), e786 - e793.

 

Book Chapters, Other Publications & Contributions

Gloor, J. L. (2016). Wechsel die Spielregeln, nicht die Spielerin! (Fix the game, not the players). HR Today (November), Retrieved from www.hrtoday.ch.

Gloor, J. L. (2015).  Allen Widrigkeiten zum Trotz: Frauen über dem Glasdach (Against all odds: Women over the glass ceiling). HR Today (December), Retrieved from www.hrtoday.ch.

Aulich, E. M., Arnold, A., Gloor, J. L., & Staffelbach, B. (Eds.). (2015). Workplace stressors and buffers: An international comparison. Zurich: Chair in Human Resource Management.

Gloor, J. L. (2014). Das Imageproblem berufstätiger Mütter (Working Mothers’ Image Problem). HR Today (December), Retrieved from www.hrtoday.ch.

Puhl, R. M., & (Gloor) Peterson, J. L. (2013). Obesity Stigma. In P. Corrigan (Ed). The Stigma of Disease and Disability. American Psychological Association. 312 pp. ISBN: 1433815834

Puhl, R. M., & (Gloor) Peterson, J. L. (2012). Physical Appearance and Stigma. In T. Cash (Ed). Encylopedia of Body Image and Human Appearance. Elsevier. 938 pp. ISBN: 978-0-12-384925-0

Glamour. (2012, May). Weight stereotyping: The secret way people are judging you based on your body.

 

Peer-Reviewed Conference Presentations (selected)

Gloor, J. L., Li, X., & Lim, S. (2018, August). What you see is what you get? Gender differences in workplace disrespect. Schilpzand, P. & Pounds, T. (Chairs). Workplace incivility: New frontiers and research directions. Paper accepted for presentation at the Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management in Chicago, Illinois, USA.

Gloor, J. L., & Peus, C. (2018, August). Retain–not retrain: A focus on fit for early career female leaders. Symposium accepted for presentation at the Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management in Chicago, Illinois, USA.

Gloor, J. L., Li., X., & Lim, S.. (2017, August). An inconvenient truth? Interpersonal and career consequences of „maybe baby“ expectations. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of Academy of Management, Atlanta, Georgia, USA. *Best Paper Proceedings.

Gloor, J. L., Morf, M. C., Paustian-Underdahl, S., & Backes-Gellner, U. (2017, August). Team design with (female) leaders in mind: Restoring equity in leadership evaluations. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of Academy of Management, Atlanta, Georgia, USA.

Gloor, J. L., Li., X., Lim, S., & Feierabend. (2017, January). An inconvenient truth? Interpersonal and career consequences of „maybe baby“ expectations. Paper presented at Academy of Management Discoveries: Research & Publishing Workshop, Nanyang, Singapore.

Gloor, J. L., Morf, M. C., & Backes-Gellner, U. (2016, September). Fix the Game-Not the dame: A context intervention for gender equity in leadership. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the German Society for Psychology, Leipzig, Germany.

Gloor, J. L. (2016, August). Success factors for women's advancement revisited: When they help (and harm) women's careers. Discussant, symposium presented at the Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Anaheim, CA, USA.

Gloor, J. L., Lim, S., Li, X., & Feierabend, A. (2016, June). “Maybe Baby” isolates ladies: Incivility’s career consequences for young childless women. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the European Academy of Management, Paris, France. * Best Paper Award Winner (OB)& Most Inspirational Paper (top 3)

Gloor, J. L., & Bucher, C. (2016, May). (When) does diversity affect leaders adversely? Effects of team cultural diversity & salience. Paper presented at the Workshop on Leadership, Diversity &Inclusion, Copenhagen, Denmark.

Bucher, C., Soufis, L., Gloor, J. L., & Staffelbach, B. (2016, May). Positive leadership: Promoting employee satisfaction, especially for newcomers. Paper presented at the Annual Workshop of the European Institute forAdvanced Studies in Management, Segovia, Spain.

Mostafa, R., Bialas, A., Gloor, J. L., & Staffelbach, B. (2016, May). Still committed or leaving already? The interactive effects of organizational culture and leader support on commitment. Paper presented at the Annual Workshop of the European Institute for Advanced Studies in Management, Segovia, Spain.

Gloor, J. L., & Puhl, R. M. (2016, April). Pregnancy pounds: Double discrimination for working (new) mothers? Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Anaheim, CA, USA.

Gloor, J. L., Morf, M., & Backes-Gellner, U. (2016, March). Fix the game-Not the dame: A context intervention for gender equity in leadership. Paper presented at the Leadership Excellence and Gender in Organizations Symposium, West Lafayette, IN, USA.

Gloor, J. L., Okimoto, T. G., Feierabend, A., & Staffelbach, B. (2015, August). Young women are risky business? The “Maybe Baby” effect in employment decisions. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Vancouver, Canada.

Gloor, J. L., Morf, M. C., & Backes-Gellner, U. (2015, August). It’s not just you, but whom you’re with: Balanced Gender Teams Benefit Followers and Women Leaders. Gloor, J. L. (Chair), Context is Key: Organizational Design with Women Leaders in Mind. Symposium presented at the Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Vancouver, Canada.

Gloor, J. L., Okimoto, T. G., Feierabend, A., & Staffelbach, B. (2015, April). Young women are risky business? The “Maybe Baby” effect in employment decisions. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Society of Australasian Social Psychologists, Newcastle, Australia.

Gloor, J. L., Morf, M., & Backes-Gellner, U. (2014, December). It’s not just who you are, but whom you’re there with: Multi-level effects of gender on leadership. Paper presented at the Leadership, Diversity & Inclusion Workshop, Copenhagen Business School, Copenhagen, Denmark.

Gloor, J. L. (2014, June). Risky business or subtle sexism? Multi-level assessment of biases and incivility in the academic workplace. Paper presented at the Doctoral Colloquium, European Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Valencia, Spain. * Best Paper (finalist).

Puhl, R. M., (Gloor) Peterson, J. L., Luedicke, J., DePierre, J. A., & King, K. (2012, November). Fighting obesity or obese persons? An experimental assessment of obesity-related public health messages. Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Public Health Association, San Francisco.

(Gloor) Peterson, J. L., Puhl, R. M., & Luedicke, J. (2012, August). Weight-based victimization: A comprehensive assessment of weight-loss treatment-seeking youth. Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Psychological Association, Orlando, FL, USA.

(Gloor) Peterson, J. L., Puhl, R. M., & Luedicke, J. (2012, May). Weight bias in education: Teachers’ and coaches’ attitudes, expectations, and responses to bullies. (Gloor) Peterson, J. L. (Chair), Weight Bias: Evidence across Multiple Domains and Comparison with other Stigmatized Groups. Symposium presented at the Annual Meeting of the Association for Psychological Science, Chicago, IL, USA.

(Gloor) Peterson, J. L., Puhl, R. M., DePierre, J. D., & Luedicke, J. (2011, October). Headless, hungry, and unhealthy: A video content analysis of obese persons portrayed in online news media. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Public Health Association, D.C., USA.

(Gloor) Peterson, J. L., & Kiang, L. (2010, March). Bicultural competence and psychological well-being: A longitudinal perspective of Asian American adolescents' ethnic peers. Poster presented at the Biennial Meeting of the Society for Research in Adolescence, Philadelphia, PN, USA.

(Gloor) Peterson, J. L., & Kiang, L. (2009, August). Predictors of ethnic peer preferences in Asian American adolescents. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Psychological Association, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

Grants and Awards

2017
Swiss National Science Foundation Project Grant (296,981CHF/257,985 Euro)
2017 Emerald Best Dissertation Paper Award, Academy of Management
2017 Best Paper Proceedings, Academy of Management Annual Meeting
2016 Best Paper European Academy of Management, Organisational Behaviour ($100)
2016 Most Inspirational Paper (top 3/1,500) papers for inspiring new thought in management research, European Academy of Management
2015 Best Reviewer, Academy of Management, Organizational Behavior
2015 Best Reviewer, Academy of Management, Gender & Diversity in Organizations
2014 Swiss National Science Foundation Doc.Mobility Fellowship recipient (25,075CHF)
2014 Faculty of Business, Economics, & Informatics, Universität Zürich, Grant to organize academic workshop (25,000CHF)
2014 Best Paper (top 3) European Academy of Management, Doctoral Colloquium ($400)

Reviews

  • European Academy of Management Leadership Track (Co-Chair) 2017
  • Academy of Management Carolyn Dexter Award Reviewer 2015-2016
  • Academy of Management Annual Meeting
  • Basic and Applied Social Psychology
  • Body Image
  • Childhood Obesity
  • European Academy of Management Annual Meeting
  • Frontiers Psychology
  • Group Processes & Intergroup Relations
  • Human Resource Management
  • Journal of Adolescent Health
  • Journal of Applied Psychology
  • Journal of Organizational Behavior
  • Obesity
  • Sex Roles
  • Social Psychology
  • Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology Annual Meeting