About the Author
Dr. Kelloway is a professor of management and psychology at Saint Marys University, Halifax, Nova Scotia. He was the founding director of the CN Centre for Occupational Health and Safety and a founding principal of the Centre for Leadership Excellence. Currently he holds the position of Senior Research Fellow at the CN Centre for Occupational Health and Safety. Dr. Kelloway is a prolific researcher having published more than 100 articles, book chapters, and technical reports. His research interests include occupational health psychology, leadership, the development and measurement of work attitudes and values, unionization and the management of knowledge workers. He is coauthor of The Union and Its Members: A Psychological Approach (Oxford University Press), Using Flexible Work Arrangements to Combat Job Stress (John Wiley & Sons) and Management of Occupational Health and Safety (Nelson) and the author of Using LISREL for Structural Equation Modeling: A Researchers Guide (SAGE Publications). With Dr. Julian Barling (Queens University), he edited the book series Advanced Topics in Organizational Psychology (SAGE Publications) and has co-edited the volume Young Workers: Varieties of Experience (APA Books). Recent projects included co-editing the Handbook of Work Stress and the Handbook of Workplace Violence (both with SAGE Publications). Dr. Kelloway frequently reviews for academic journals or conferences and serves on the editorial boards of the Journal of Occupational Health Psychology, Work & Stress, and the Journal of Organizational Behavior. As a consultant, Dr. Kelloway maintains an active practice consulting with private and public sector organizations on issues related to leadership, safety and safety leadership, occupational stress, performance management and measurement of employee attitudes and performance. Lori Francis holds a Ph.D. in industrial/organizational psychology from the University of Guelph. She is currently an Associate Professor in the Department of Psychology at Saint Marys University in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Dr. Francis has broad research interests in occupational health psychology, including work stress, workplace aggression and violence, health-related interventions in the workplace and organizational justice. Her Ph.D. dissertation on organizational injustice as a workplace stressor was awarded the International Alliance of Human Resources Researchers best doctoral dissertation award. She is a member of the CN Centre for Occupational Health and Safety. Dr. Francis also has an extensive consulting record, having worked with government, military, and private industry.