Émilie Gibeau

Dr
Émilie Gibeau
PhD, MSc, BComm, Chair of the Business Administration Undergraduate Programme, Assistant Professor
Office:
G449
Telephone:
613-541-6000 (ext 5940)
E-mail:
Department of Management

College Address

Royal Military College of Canada
PO Box 17000, Station Forces
Kingston, Ontario, CANADA
K7K 7B4

Dr. Emilie Gibeau has been a faculty member of the Department of Management at the Royal Military College of Canada in Kingston, Ontario, since 2019. Dr. Gibeau holds a Ph.D. and a M.Sc. in administration from HEC Montréal and a B.Com from McGill University. Her research and teaching interests are in organizational behaviour and organizational theories. Specifically, her research focuses on silos and how to break them, dyadic and triadic leadership, participation in strategy, structural mechanisms for diversity and inclusion, and healthcare administration. Her research has been funded by federal (Social Science and Humanities Research Council of Canada and Canadian Institutes of Health Research) and provincial (Fonds de recherche du Québec – Société et culture) research-funding agencies. Her research has been published in refereed journals in English and French, as well as in edited collections.

Courses taught

BAE330, BAE422, AAF422, BAE434, AAF434, BAE464, AAF464, MPA527, MBA595

Publications

Peer-reviewed publications

    • Gibeau, E., Langley, A., Denis, J. &Van Schendel, N. 2020. Bridging Competing Demands through Co-leadership? Potential and Limitations. Human Relations. 73(4). 464–489.
    • Gibeau, E., Reid., W. & Langley, A. 2016. Co-Leadership: Contexts, Configurations and Conditions. In Storey, J., Hartley, J., Denis, J., Hart, P. & Ulrich, D. (Eds.), The Routledge Companion to Leadership. New York: Routledge.
    • Gibeau, E., Langley, A., Denis, J., Pomey, M. & Van Schendel, N. 2014. When Physicians Become Managers. Revue Gestion, 39(3), p. 63-73.

Research reports

  • Langley, A., Van Schendel, N., Gibeau, E., Denis, J. & Pomey, M. & 2014. Toward New Models of Medical Leadership in Health Care Systems – Final Report. Montreal: Association québécoise des établissements de santé et services sociaux (AQESSS).
  • Denis, J., Gibeau, E., Langley, A., Pomey, M. & Van Schendel, N. 2012. Toward New Models of Medical Leadership in Health Care Systems – Literature Review. Montreal: Association québécoise des établissements de santé et services sociaux (AQESSS).

Peer-reviewed communications (selected)

  • Gibeau, E. & Fachin, F. (2021, August) The identity work of medical directors as collateral construction. Academy of Management, Virtual Meeting.
  • Gibeau, E. (2018, May). The Identity Work of Medical Directors: Defining Others to Sustain the Self. Administrative Science Association of Canada, Toronto, Canada.
  • Gibeau, E., Langley, A. & Denis, J. (2016, August). Identity Work of Professionals Entering Management Roles. Academy of Management, Anaheim, United States.
  • Gibeau, E. (2016, August). Co-Leadership to Bridge Institutional Logics? Leading Professionals Symposium. Academy of Management, Anaheim, United States.
  • Gibeau, E., Langley, A. & Denis, J. (2016, July). Towards New Forms of Governance in Health Care:  Experiments in Medical-Administrative Co-Leadership. European Group for Organizational Studies, Naples, Italy.

Bursaries and Distinctions (selected)

    • Canadian Defence Academy Research Programme (CDARP: 2020 – 2023)
    • Best Paper Award - Health Care Management Division of the Administrative Science Association of Canada (ASAC: 2018)
    • Postdoctoral Award - Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC: 2017 – 2019)
    • Postdoctoral Award - Fonds de recherche sur la société et la culture (FQRSC : 2017 – 2019)
    • Doctoral Award - Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC: 2014 – 2016)
    • Doctoral Award - Fonds de recherche sur la société et la culture (FQRSC : 2011 – 2014)
    • Best Paper Award - Health Care Management Division of the Administrative Science Association of Canada (ASAC: 2012)
    • M.Sc. Bursary - Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR: 2007 – 2008)
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