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Bradley Winton

Dr. Bradley Winton

Assistant Professor


Dr. Bradley Winton is an Assistant Professor of Management in the College of Business and Economic Development - School of Leadership. Dr. Winton completed his doctorate from the University of Dallas and has over 13 years of experience in various scientific, engineering, management, and executive leadership roles in both the oil & gas and corporate finance industries. His teaching assignments include both undergraduate and graduate courses in the areas of general management, organizational behavior (OB), and leadership. His research interests include emotions, humor, trust, innovation, and the leader-follower relationship.

  • Organizational Behavior (DBA) - University of Dallas (2021)
  • Energy Leadership (MBA) - Texas A & M University-Commerce (2015)
  • MS - University of Texas at Dallas (2011)
  • Geology (BS) - Millsaps College (2009)

Undergraduate Courses:
MGT 300: Management for Organizations
MGT 480: Leadership

  • Disaggregating emotional intelligence: Building job satisfaction through emotional abilities, International Journal of Organizational Analysis, 2021, 10.1108/IJOA-03-2021-2669
  • Embedding effective communication and formal rewards into corporate culture: A path to organizational agility, Organization Development Journal, 2021
  • A multi-group analysis of convenience samples: Free, cheap, friendly, and fancy sources, International Journal of Social Research Methodology, 2021, 10.1080/13645579.2021.1961187
  • Academy of Management
  • Southern Management Association
  • Southwest Academy of Management

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Areas of Expertise

Organizational Behavior, Leadership, Emotions, Humor, Leader-Follower Dynamics