Mitchell J. Neubert
Senior Associate Dean for Research and Faculty Development; Chavanne Chair of Christian Ethics in Business; Professor of Management
Mitchell J. Neubert is the senior associate dean of Research and Faculty Development for the Hankamer School of Business, the Chavanne Chair of Christian Ethics in Business, and a professor of Management. Neubert serves to enhance the research culture in Hankamer and support faculty in their fulfillment of its mission. He created three ethics competitions for the school, including the National MBA Case Competition in Ethical Leadership, and continues to promote ethics in his teaching and service.
Neubert earned the Research Advancement Award (2021), the Distinguished Faculty Award (2016), and the Teaching Excellence Award (2013) from the Hankamer School of Business. He also was awarded a National Science Foundation Grant ($394,654) in partnership with colleagues from sociology.
Prior to Baylor, Neubert served as a faculty member and director of Master of Organizational Development programs at Bowling Green State University.
- 1998 - PhD in Business Administration (HR/OB), The University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa
- 1987 - BS in Business (General Management), University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota
- MGT 5311 – Leading with Integrity
- MGT 4305 – Principled Leadership
- Servant leadership
- Faith and work
- Regulatory focus
- Neubert, M. J., de Luque, M. S., Quade, M. J., & Hunter, E. M. (2022). Servant leadership across the globe: Assessing universal and culturally contingent relevance in organizational contexts. Journal of World Business, 57(2).
- Neubert, M. J., Hunter, E. M., & Tolentino, R. C. (2021). Modeling Character: Servant Leaders, Incivility and Patient Outcomes. Journal of Business Ethics, 178(1), 261-278.
- Neubert, M. J. (2019). With or without spirit: Implications for scholarship and leadership. Academy of Management Perspectives, 33(3), 253-263.
- Neubert, M. J., Hunter, E. M., & Tolentino, R. C. (2016). A servant leader and their stakeholders: When does organizational structure enhance a leader's influence? The Leadership Quarterly, 27(6), 896-910.
- Neubert, M. J., Bradley, S. W., Ardianti, R., & Simiyu, E. M. (2015). The role of spiritual capital in innovation and performance: Evidence from developing economies. Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, 41(4), 621-640.