Dr. Moss received her Ph.D. in 1991 from Florida State University. She joined the Babcock School in June 2005. Prior to her current position, she served as an associate professor in the department of management and international business and served for five years as the faculty director for the Executive MBA Program at Florida International University. Her research interests include attribution theory, feedback, abusive supervision, leader-member exchange, leader emergence and meaningful work. Her work has been published in various academic journals including Academy of Management Journal, Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, Journal of Organizational Behavior, Journal of Management and Academy of Management Executive. Dr. Moss is actively involved in several professional organizations including the Academy of Management and Southern Management Association, where she served a 3-year term as Secretary and Membership Chair. She has consulted and conducted training workshops for a variety of local, national and multinational organizations. Most of her training focuses on improving performance and employee development through effective managerial decision making.
Organizational behavior; Meaningful work, Attribution Theory; Performance management; Performance feedback; Leadership & supervision; Abusive supervision; Gender and leader emergence; Meaningfulness of Work, multiple job holding