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Hock-Peng Sin

Assistant Professor, Department of Management and International Business

Though terms like charisma and transformative are used frequently in discussions about leadership, what about the ways leaders interact with subordinates? Listen to Dr. Sin explain how his research concentrates on the kinds of relationships leaders form with employees and how that affects performance and attitudes.

I think the most exciting thing about teaching is when I see my students get it.

Hock-Peng Sin has joined the Department of Management and International Business as an assistant professor.

He has a number of refereed journal articles. Among them are two co-authored ones: “Longitudinal tests of an integrative model of leader development: charting and understanding developmental trajectories” in The Leadership Quarterly, and “What about the leader in leader-member exchange? The impact of resource exchanges and substitutability on the leader” in Academy of Management Review.

Dr. Sin’s most recent presentations have been “Measuring leader-member exchange (LMX): evidence for consensus and construct breadth” at the Academy of Management, San Antonio, Texas; “LMX-performance relationship: examining the casual order via meta-analysis,” at the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Chicago, Illinois; and “Evaluating dynamic performance: a field replication and extension” at the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Atlanta, Georgia.

He earned a PhD and a Master of Science in industrial and organizational psychology from the Pennsylvania State University, University Park, Pennsylvania, and both a master’s degree and a bachelor’s degree in psychology from National University of Singapore, Singapore, Singapore.

View Hock-Peng Sin’s faculty profile on the FIU College of Business web site.