Joan V. Gallos is an award-winning educator, author, academic leader, and scholar in the field of leadership and management education. Her scholarly interests center on professional effectiveness; innovative leadership and management pedagogy for a diverse work world; individual and organizational change; and expanding conceptions of what, how and why professionals learn. She is a passionate lover of the arts and sees their potential as a vehicle for leadership and organizational development and for enhancing professional agility and effectiveness.

Named Icon of Education 2011 by Ingram’s Magazine [Here] –

Featured in the Kansas City Star on MBA and EMBA education [Here] –

Publications of Interest:

Books in Progress:

  • The Work of Leadership: Essentials for Success in a Complex World (Jossey-Bass/Wiley)
  • Managing Difficult People: A Leadership Fable

Ongoing Work:

  • Vice President for Academic Affairs and Professor of Leadership at Wheelock College

Recent Awards and Honors:

  • Appointed University of Missouri Curators’ Distinguished Teaching Professor, the highest faculty rank awarded by the University and the only Curators’ appointment in the history of the Bloch School
  • Appointed OBTS Fellow: Sage of the Society by the Organizational Behavior Teaching Society for lifetime contributions fostering excellence in management teaching and learning
  • Distinguished Service Award from the Organizational Behavior Teaching Society
  • Named Ingram’s Magazine’s Icon of Education 2011 for her academic leadership and outstanding career contributions to education in Missouri and Kansas
Set your Twitter account name in your settings to use the TwitterBar Section.