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BS, Business Management & Administration, Bradley University, 2011
MBA, Bradley University, 2015
Area of Expertise:
Leadership, Self-Verification, Core Self-Evaluations, Emotional Intelligence, Work-Family Conflict
About DanielDaniel Gullifor is a third year Ph.D. student in the Area of Management of the Rawls College of Business at Texas Tech University. He holds an MBA and BS in Business Management and Administration from Bradley University. In addition to several years experience working in staffing and recruiting, he has completed internships with the St. Louis Cardinals and ConAgra Foods performing sales and service. Daniel has leveraged this experience to establish primary research interests including: Leadership, Self-Verification, Core Self-Evaluations, Emotional Intelligence, and Work-Family Conflict. He is currently collaborating with faculty and colleagues to establish a fruitful stream of research.
PublicationsHinojosa, A. S., Gardner, W. L., Walker, H. J., Cogliser, C., & Gullifor, D.P. (2017). A Review of Cognitive Dissonance Theory in Management Research Opportunities for Further Development. Journal of Management, 43, 170-199.
Weinzimmer, L. G., Baumann, H. M., Gullifor, D. P., & Koubova, V. (2017). Emotional intelligence and job performance: The mediating role of work-family balance. Journal of Social Psychology, 157, 322-337.
Karam, E.P., Gardner, W.L., Gullifor, D.P., Tribble, L.L., & Li, M. (2017). “Authentic Leadership and High-Performance Human Resource Practices: Implications for Work Engagement.” In Buckley, M.R., Halbesleben, J.R.B., & Wheeler, A.R. (Eds.). Research in Personnel and Human Resource Management, (pp. 103-153).
Awards2017 - Outstanding Contributions to Research as a Doctoral Student, Rawls College of Business
2014 - Distinguished Paper Award in Management by a Student, North American Management Society