Heath R. Gregg

Heath R. Gregg

Biography

Heath Gregg is a PhD candidate in the Department of Management, specializing in Organizational Behavior.  Heath earned his undergraduate degrees in Business Management and Business Education from the University of Queensland, in Australia.  He also completed his Master of Science in Research Measurement and Evaluation from the University of Miami.  His primary research interest is in negative behaviors in the workplace, specifically the functioning of workplace incivility and how it operates across cultures.  He is involved in numerous research projects that involve both field surveys and experimental designs.  To date, Heath has published one refereed journal article and one book chapter.  In recognition of his teaching ability and high teaching evaluations from students at the University of Miami, he was the recipient of the 2017 Logi Romero-Simpson Graduate Student Outstanding Teaching Award.

Research Interests

Workplace Incivility, Workplace Deviance, Corporate Social Responsibility, Cross-Cultural Differences, and Research Methods

Featured Publications

    1. Buskard, A. N., & Gregg, H. R., Ahn, S. (2018). Relative Efficacy of Supra -Maximal Eccentrics on Lower - Body 1RM Using Standard Exercise Equipment: A Meta-Analysis. Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport.
    2. Dasborough, M. T., & Gregg, H. R. (2016). Apathy and emotional ambivalence toward organizational change. In L.L. Neider and C. A. Schriesheim (Eds.), Leading Organizational Change (Research in Management, Volume 11), pp. 1-18. Charlotte, North Carolina: Information Age Publishing.

Degrees

  • Ph.D., Management, University of Miami, 2016-
  • M.Sc., Education, University of Miami, 2015
  • B.E., Business Education Concentration, University of Queensland, 2006
  • B. Business Management , University of Queensland, 2006
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