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Andrew J. DuBrin, PhD (Emeritus)
Rochester Institute of Technology
Andrew J. DuBrin is professor emeritus of management in the College of Business at the Rochester Institute of Technology, where he has taught courses and conducts research in management, organizational behavior, leadership, and career management. He has served the college as chairman of the management department and as team leader. He received his PhD. in industrial psychology from Michigan State University. His business experience is in human resource management, and he consults with organizations and with individuals. His specialties include leadership and career management.
Professor DuBrin is an established author of textbooks, scholarly books, and trade titles. He also has written for professional journals and magazines. He has written textbooks on leadership, the principles of management, political behavior in organizations, industrial psychology, and human relations. His scholarly books include the subjects of
crisis leadership, impression management, narcissism, and the proactive personality. His trade titles cover many current issues, including coaching and mentoring, team play, office politics, coping with adversity, and overcoming career self-sabotage. Dr. DuBrin is the author of NEGOTIATION & CONFLICT RESOLUTION IN ORGANIZATIONS: Theories, Skills, & Applications, FUNDAMENTALS OF ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR, and INDUSTRIAL AND ORGANIZATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY: Theories, Research, and Applications which are also published by Academic Media Solutions.