Professor Charn McAllister
Curriculum Vitae

Assistant Professor, Management and Organizational Development

Charn McAllister

112A Hayden Hall
Northeastern University
360 Huntington Avenue
Boston, Massachusetts 02115-5000

617.373.4830
c.mcallister@northeastern.edu


Profile

Education

Ph.D., Business Administration, Florida State University
M.A., Humanities, American Military University
B.S., Engineering Psychology, United States Military Academy at West Point

Research & Teaching Interests

Professor McAllister’s research examines the workplace and the people that make the work happen there. He focuses specifically on political skill (navigating office politics) and both supervisor and subordinate deviance in the workplace. He has taught courses on leadership, negotiations, and organizational behavior.

Industry & Academic Experience

Prior to joining Northeastern in 2017, Charn spent nearly a decade serving in the United States Army. During this time, he served in the Air Cavalry as a Kiowa Warrior helicopter pilot and Troop Commander during two deployments in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation new Dawn.

Services to the Profession

Professor McAllister is an active member and serves as a reviewer for both the Academy of Management and the Southern Management Association. Additionally, he regularly reviews for Journal of Business Ethics and Group and Organization Management.

Awards & Recognition

Student Teaching Award, Florida State University College of Business, 2015

Graduate Research & Creativity Award, The Graduate School at Florida State University, 2016

Outstanding Reviewer, Organizational Behavior Division of the Academy of Management, 2017

Publications

Selected Publications

McAllister, C.P., Ellen, B.P., & Ferris, G.R. (In press). Social influence opportunity recognition, evaluation, and capitalization: Increased theoretical specification through political skill’s dimensional dynamics. Journal of Management.

McAllister, C.P., & Perrewé, P.L. (In press). About to burst: How state self-regulation affects the enactment of bullying behaviors. Journal of Business Ethics.

Mackey, J.D., Brees, J.R., McAllister, C.P., Zorn, M.L., Martinko, M.J., & Harvey, P. (In press). Victim or culprit? The effects of entitlement and felt accountability on workplace bullying. Journal of Business Ethics.

Mackey, J.D., Perrewé, P.L., & McAllister, C.P. (2017). Do I fit in? Perception of organizational fit as a resource in the workplace stress process. Group & Organizational Management, 42(4): 455-486.

Perrewé, P.L., Hochwarter, W.A., Ferris, G.R., McAllister, C.P., & Harris, J.N. (2014). Developing a passion for work passion: Future directions on an emerging construct. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 35: 145-150.

Presentations

Selected Presentations

McAllister, C.P. (2017). Self-regulatory depletion in the workplace: Consequences and interventions. Paper presented at the Academy of Management, 77th Annual Meeting. Atlanta, GA.

Carson, J.E., Mackey, J.D., & McAllister, C.P. (2017). Abusive supervision and subordinate self-control: Implications for social exchange. Paper presented at the Academy of Management, 77th Annual Meeting. Atlanta, GA.

McAllister, C.P., & Perrewé, P.L. (2016). About to burst: How state self-regulation affects the enactment of bullying behaviors. Paper presented at the Southern Management Association 2016 Annual Meeting. Charlotte, NC.

Steffensen, D.J., McAllister, C.P., Brooks, C.D., & Perrewé, P.L. (2016). Not at the table: A diary study analyzing the effects of constant connectivity on work-family conflict. Paper presented in P.L. Perrewé & P. Spector (Co-Chairs) Advances in occupational stress research symposium at the Southern Management Association 2016 Annual Meeting. Charlotte, NC.

Mackey, J.D., McAllister, C.P., & Brees, J.R. (2015). Oh behave! Perceptions of abusive supervision and OCB: A social exchange perspective. Paper presented at the Academy of Management, 75th Annual Meeting. Vancouver, Canada.