Department: Management and International Business
Office: Adams Hall Room 205E
Address: 307 W. Brooks, Adams Hall 205E
Norman, OK 73019
Sarah Henry is a second-year Ph.D. candidate in Management and International Business at the University of Oklahoma, with a focus on organizational behavior. Sarah earned her Bachelor’s degree in International Studies and Spanish from Southern Nazarene University and her Masters in Business Administration from The University of Mississippi. Prior to pursuing her doctorate, she worked as a Program Coordinator for study abroad and an adjunct faculty member in the Naveen Jindal School of Management at the University of Texas at Dallas.
Her current research interests include prosocial behaviors, leadership, and global careers.
Publications and Presentations
Bradley, B. H., Henry, S. E., & Blake, B. D. (in press). When Can Negativity Mean Success? Gender Composition, Negative Relationships & Team Performance. Small Group Research.
Blake, B. D., Henry, S. E., Baur, J. E., Frink, D. D., & Buckley, M. R. (in press). Politics and Iron Ladies: Leveling the Organizational Playing Field. Organizational Dynamics.
Henry, S. E. “Follower Identity Work & The Impact of Leadership.” Paper to be presented at 2020 Southern Management Association conference.
Baskin, M., Blake, B. D., Henry, S. E., Buckley, M.R., & Wheeler, A. “Political Ideology & Leader-Follower Dynamics.” Paper to be presented at 2020 Southern Management Association conference.