Andy LoignonResearch Scientist, Americas

    Experience

    Andy has over a decade of experience working as an organizational scientist identifying data-driven solutions that help companies address some of their most pressing challenges while also advancing the existing research on important topics. Prior to joining CCL, Andy was a member of the faculty at Louisiana State University.

    Andy’s research interests and expertise centers on four main topics: work groups and teams, social class in the workplace, quantitative methods, and informal forms of leadership. As such, some of his most recent work has focused on how people from different social class backgrounds can obtain, or be denied, informal positions of influence within teams.

    Current Role

    As a Research Scientist at CCL, Andy is currently working on projects related to work teams and emerging leaders. For work teams, he is exploring how groups engage in different actions and processes in unique ways to reach their objectives as well as how these processes intersect with informal networks in the teams. For emerging leaders, his research is focused, in part, on how young people can overcome socioeconomic barriers and thrive as effective leaders.

    Educational Background

    PhD in Organizational Science from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, 2016
    MS in Industrial-Organizational Psychology from the University of Baltimore, 2010
    BA in Psychology from the University of Southern Maine, 2007

    Professional Affiliations

    Society of Industrial and Organizational Psychology (SIOP)
    Academy of Management (AOM)
    Southern Management Association (SMA)

    Curriculum Vitae

    Select External Publications

    • The effects of subjective and objective social class on leadership emergence
    • Social class in the organizational sciences: A conceptual integration and meta-analytic review
    • Elaborating on team-member disagreement: an approach for examining patterned dispersion in emergent states
    • Disagreement in leader-follower dyadic exchanges: Shared relationship satisfaction and investment as antecedents
    • Facilitating peer evaluation in team contexts: The impact of frame-of-reference rater training

    Contact Information

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    Areas of Expertise

    Work Groups and Teams, Diversity (e.g., social class in organizations), Quantitative and Qualitative Data Analysis, Research Design and Analyses Methods

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