Faculty of Business, Technology and Sustainable Development Gold Coast, 4229 QLD, Australia +61 (0) 7 5595-2270 Email: Anthony_Erickson@bond.edu.au CURRENT POSITION
Assistant Professor (A) of Management Bond University, School of Business Gold Coast, Australia 4229
Ph.D. (Management, Leadership) Bond University, School of Business, February 2005. Dissertation Topic: “Charismatic leader rhetoric and follower effects. The mediating role of follower affect”. The dissertation examined the impact of charismatic leader rhetoric on follower emotions and additional follower effects such as perceptions of charisma, follower motivation, and follower recall of speech content.
MBA Bond University, School of Business, May 1992
Bachelor of Commerce (Marketing), University of New South Wales, Sydney, January 1984
Higher School Certificate, The Scots College, Sydney 1979
Leadership, September 2005- Current
Organisational Behaviour, September 1999- Current Strategic Management, September 1997-September 1999
Managerial Role in Organisations (Bond University MBA Programme), September 2004
Ethics in Organisations, January 2007. (Bond University MBA Programme), Managing People (Bond University MBA Program, January, 2009)
Executive MBA Subjects
Managerial Role in Organisations (Bond University Executive MBA Programme), May, 2002, 2004
Managerial Role in Organisations (Bond University Executive MBA Programme, South Africa) May 2001, 2004
Executive Training Programs
Principles of Marketing (Sheraton Hotels Asia Pacific Diploma in
Management Executive Education Programme by Bond University) 2000, 2001
Services Marketing (Sheraton Hotels Asia Pacific Diploma in Management Executive Education Programme by Bond University), 2000, 2001
TEACHING AWARDS AND NOMINATIONS
Bond University Business Students Association Teaching Excellence Award, (Awarded for teaching Organisational Behaviour), May, 2008
Carrick Award for Outstanding Contribution to Student Learning, August, 2007. Vice Chancellor’s Quality Award for Teaching Excellence, December 2006 Bond University Student Council Excellence in Teaching Award, (Awarded for
teaching undergraduate Leadership), September 2006
Bond University Business Students Association Teaching Excellence Award, (Awarded for teaching Organisational Behaviour), May, 2006
Nominee, School of Business Teacher of the Year, 2005
Bond University Business Students Association Teaching Excellence Award, (Awarded for teaching MBA Managerial Role in Organisations), September, 2004 Bond University Student Council Excellence in Teaching Award, (Awarded for
teaching undergraduate Organisational Behaviour), May 2000
Bond University School of Business Dean’s Excellence in Teaching Award, (Awarded for teaching undergraduate Strategic Management), May 1998
Erickson, A.D., Shaw, J.B., & Agabe Z. (2007). An Empirical Investigation of the Antecedents, Behaviours, and Outcomes of Bad Leadership. Journal of Leadership Studies
FORTHCOMING JOURNAL PUBLICATIONS
Erickson, A.D., & Kenworthy-Uren, A. (2010). Adventure Racing for Reel: Using Eco Challenge Video Clips to Stimulate Learning in Organisational Behaviour. Journal of Management Education
Shaw, J.B., Erickson, A.D. & Harvey M. (2010) “A method for measuring destructive leadership and identifying types of destructive leaders in organizations.” Leadership Quarterly.
Shaw, J. B. & Erickson, A. “Measuring Bad Leadership in Organisations”, 10th International HRM Conference, International HRM Secretariat, Santa Fe, New Mexico, June 2009. Forthcoming
Erickson, A. & Shaw, J. B. “An Empirically Derived Typology of Bad Leadership in
Organisations,” Poster session presented at the Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management Conference (ANZAM), Waikato, New Zealand, December 2008.
Erickson, A. & Shaw, J. B. “Bad Leadership: An Empirically Derived Typology,” Paper presented at the 7th International Conference on Studying Leadership, Auckland, New Zealand, December 2008.
Shaw, J. B. & Erickson, A. “A Measure and Taxonomy of Bad Leadership,” Invited presentation at Australian Conference on Personality & Individual Differences, Gold Coast, Australia, November 2008.
Erickson, A.D., Shaw, J.B., & Agabe Z. “An Empirical Investigation of the Antecedents, Behaviours, and Outcomes of Bad Leadership,” Academy of Management Annual Meeting. Philadelphia, August 2007.
Shaw, J.B., Erickson, A.D., & Agabe Z. “An Empirical Investigation of the Antecedents, Behaviours, and Outcomes of Bad Leadership,” International Human Resources Conference, Tallin, Estonia, June 2007.
CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS (cont.)
Erickson, A.D. “Teaching the Language of Inspirational Leadership,” Academy of Management Annual Conference, Atlanta, August 2006.
Shaw, J.B, Kenworthy-Uren, A., & Erickson, A.D. “Finding Gaps and Blindspots: A Personal Development Program for MBA Students,” Academy of Management Annual
Conference, Atlanta, August 2006.
Erickson, A.D. “Using the Eco Challenge Race to Teach Organizational Behaviour,”
Paper presented to the Organisational Behaviour Teaching Conference, Scranton, USA. 2005
Erickson, A.D. & Holden, S. “Self Awareness: Is It Worth Achieving?,” Paper presented to the Inaugural Authentic Leadership Conference. Gallup University, Omaha, Nebraska.2004 Dasborough, M., & Erickson, A.D. “The Emotional Process of Leadership: How
Neo-Charismatic Leader Behaviour Impacts Follower Emotions,” Paper presented to the 3rd International Conference on Emotions and Organisational Life, Gold Coast Australia.2002
Proposed Untitled Leadership Textbook from Pearson Education, 2007 Ausweb 12th & 13th
Academy of Management Learning and Education Special Edition on Service Learning,
Annual Conferences, 2007, 2008
Journal of Occupational Psychology, 2005
Australia and New Zealand Academy of Management Conference (ANZAM), Beechworth, Australia 2003
Academy of Management - member since 2000
Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management - member since 2007
SERVICE TO UNIVERSITY, FACULTY AND SCHOOL Formal Roles
Peer review Support Colleague, (January-April 2009). Bond University Foundations of teaching and Learning Subject
Associate Dean South African Undergraduate Programs, (1999-2001)
Provided advice and guidance to South African Registrar and faculty on Bond standards with respect to teaching, assessment and academic policy. Worked with the Bond University Registrar and Deans from the four faculties of Bond University to coordinate and facilitate the development of programs of appropriate standard in South Africa.
Co-Coordinator and Facilitator, Bond University MBA Exercise (2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2006, 2007).
The MBA Exercise is a two-day program that is run once each year and conducted off campus for the new cohort of MBA students. Through a variety of exercises and activities, the program serves to emphasise leadership and group skills and prepare the students for working closely in teams over the course of their degree
Co-Coordinator and Instructor, Bond Interact Leadership Weekend (1998, 1999, 2000) Bond Interact is a Leadership Development Program for selected year 12 high school students. The two-day program facilitates leadership development via exercises in group communication and planning, leadership, negotiation and conflict resolution.
Committee Roles Bond University
University Teaching and Learning Committee, 2008 to current University Teaching and Learning Executive, 2008 to current University Program & Subject Review Committee, 2008 to current University Exclusions Panel, 2008 to current
University Exclusions Appeal Panel, 2008 to current University Disability Advisory Committee, 2008 to current Faculty of Business, Technology and Sustainable Development
Teaching & Learning committee ( Chair) 2008-current Faculty Executive Committee 2008 to current
Faculty Head of Schools committee 2008 to present School of Business
Curriculum Review Committee (Chair) July 2007 to current Board of Examiners (Chair) 2008 to current
School of Business Disciplinary committee (Chair) External
Queensco-Unity Dairyfoods, Queensland (now merged with ACF)
National Business Manager-Retail Grocery, October 1993 to September 1994. Responsibility for national retail grocery sales of approximately $43 million. The position required line
management of two account managers, twenty-two merchandisers and brokerage operations in New South Wales, Victoria and South Australia. Reported to the Group Marketing Director. Left before merger with ACF to pursue own business.
National Account Manager September 1992 to October 1993
Responsible for management of Coles-Myer Supermarkets account nationally and Woolworths Queensland. Accountable for sales of approximately $22 million. Reported to Sales Director. Kraft Foods Ltd, New South Wales
NSW State Account Manager December 1988 to April 1991
Responsible for the largest Kraft account in Australia (Franklins) and a business unit, which also included Jewel and Bilo foodstores. Total sales budget of approximately $46 million.
Implemented sales and marketing strategies to achieve authorisation, volume and profitability targets of the account business unit. Jointly accountable for State of NSW ($96 million turnover, field force of 12 territory managers and 31 merchandisers). Reported to National Account Manager. Grew Franklins to largest account in Australia. Winner “Kraft Branch of the Year” 1990. Left to pursue an MBA.
Key Accounts Manager, February 1988 to December 1988
Implemented sales/trade marketing programs and policies to achieve planned sales objectives for a retail business unit including Foodplus and 7/11 convenience stores.
Reported to State Sales Manager. Promoted to State Account Manager Territory Manager, March 1987 to February 1988
Responsible for a retail grocery (supermarkets) sales territory and management of team of four merchandisers. Reported to Field Supervisor. Promoted to Key Accounts Manager.
Coles-Myer Pty. Ltd., New South Wales
Trainee Buyer, Menswear. September 1985 to December 1986
Completed a 12-month training program in all aspects of retail merchandise buying and assisted the General Manager Menswear. Reported to Menswear Merchandise Manager. Left when head office was relocated from Sydney to Melbourne.