Prof. Shenjiang Mo is an Associate Professor at the Department of Leadership and Organization Management of School of Management of the Zhejiang University, China. Previously, he served as an Assistant Professor at the Department of Management at the Lingnan (University) College of the Sun Yat-sen University, China. He was a visiting scholar at the Department of Management of Henley Business School, University of Reading, UK and at the Department of Management of Warrington School of Business, University of Florida, US. Prof. Mo teaches Leadership and organizational behavior, Leadership developent for MBA students and Ethics and social responsibility for
undergraduates and MBAs. His research interest focuses on such topics as Ethical Leadership, Unethical pro-organizational behavior, Emotional labor and employee wellbeing and Corporate social responsibility and volunteering.
Prof. Mo is affiliated with a number of organizations, acting as a Director of the Master Program in Innovation, Entrepreneurship, and Global Leadership, as a Deputy director of the Department of Leadership and Organization Management, as a Deputy director, Institute for Leadership Excellence, Zhejiang University. He is also a member of the Editorial review board of the Journal of Organizational Behavior, a member and a reviewer of the Academy of Management of the International Association for Chinese Management Research and a reviewer at the Journal of Organizational Behavior, Journal of Business Ethics, Journal of Business Research, Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, Management and Organization Review, Business
Ethics: A European Review, etc. Prof. Mo is an author and a co-author of many publications issued in 2012-2019. He has also recieved a number of research grants of the National Nature Science Foundation of China, Research Foundation of Guangdong Province, China and Nature Science Foundation of Guangdong Province. Prof.Mo holds a Bachelor and a Ph.D degree from the Department of Management, Zhejiang University, China.