The Pierre Péladeau Chair of Leadership is comprised of a multidisciplinary team. The Chair’s Fellows have played a major part either in its creation, direction or production of the first 12 years, or in the field of leadership itself.
Leadership can be examined from a wide variety of angles. While sharing the Chair’s fundamental directions, its professors and researchers all brings their unique perspective and awareness.
Finally, the students’ contribution is essential to the Chair’s development: their fresh outlook, originality, ideas and project continuously breathe new energy into it.
Sylvie Deffayet – Professor, EDHEC (Lille, France)
June 5 to 19, 2017
Laure Cabantous – Professor, Cass Business School (Londres, RU)
May 1, 2017 to June 30, 2017
Emmanuel Baudoin – Professor, Telecom Ecole de Management (Evry, France)
June 23, 2016 to August 4, 2016
Joanne Roch – Full Professor, Université de Sherbrooke
June 1, 2014 to May 30, 2015
Emmanuel Colbence – Professor-researcher, ISG (Paris)
July 1, 2014 to September 10, 2014
Jean Sébastien Goulet – PhD Student
Jean-Sébastien is writing his thesis under the supervision of Professors Veronika Kisfalvi and Cyrille Sardais. He is interested in the way Chinese managers deal with a fundamental human emotion: anger.
Josée Lortie – PhD Student
Josée is a PhD student at HEC Montréal, under the supervision of Professor Cyrille Sardais.
Hatim Fassi-Fihri – PhD Student
Hatim is a doctoral student, under the direction of Professors Cyrille Sardais and Yves-Marie Abraham. He focuses on the dynamics of different belief systems that make up the organization. He seeks to identify certain practices by which individuals influence these dynamics.
Francis Desjardins – PhD Student
Francis writes his thesis under the direction of Professor Cyrille Sardais. He is interested in the decision-making of leaders, the justification of leadership and governance in general. He is also interested in finance, where he has evolved professionally for more than five years, and to history.
Loic Anslot – MSc Student
Ioana-Ruxandra Mirbauer – MSc Student
Ioana-Ruxandra is writing her M.Sc. thesis under the supervision of Professor Cyrille Sardais. The subject concerns the influence of communism on the expectations of leaders among the different generations of post-communist Romania.