BA (University of Calgary), PhD (University of British Columbia).
Laurie Barclay is an associate professor and OB/HRM area coordinator at Wilfrid Laurier University. Her research interests focus on identifying how leaders can promote fairness (and the obstacles that prevent them from doing so), when and why unfairness occurs in the workplace (including how it can be prevented, mitigated, and recovered from), and how leaders can effectively manage fairness issues at the levels of the individual, group, and organization.
Barclay’s research has appeared in a number of top-tier outlets including the Academy of Management Annals, Journal of Applied Psychology, Journal of Management, and Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes. Her research has received numerous awards and has been supported by prestigious grants including the Ontario Early Researcher Award and multiple grants from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC). Barclay is also an enthusiastic teacher and mentor who has received multiple teaching awards and commendations including the Alumni Award of Excellence for Mentoring.
Organizational Justice, Leadership, Emotions in the Workplace, Workplace Aggression.
**For more information about current projects, please visit the Leafer Lab website**
Selected Academic Affiliations:
I am currently accepting MSc and PhD students. Please visit our graduate program websites to learn more about our MSc and PhD programs in Management with a focus in Organizational Behavior and Human Resource Management.
I am also willing to supervise undergraduate students in my research lab. This includes research assistants and co-op students. Please email me directly for more information and include your transcript and a description of your research interests as well as the type of position you are interested in.
You can find the most up-to-date information about my students and their research projects at my Leafer Lab website.
Current Graduate Students
Alumni PhD Students
A Sampling of Media Coverage Related to Research:
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