Portrait of Mark WeberPhD. Mark Weber is Associate Professor of Management and Organizations in the Conrad Business, Entrepreneurship and Technology Centre (CBET), University of Waterloo (uWaterloo). Prior to joining CBET, Mark was the inaugural Director of the Graduate Diploma in Social Innovation at uWaterloo. He earned his PhD in Management and Organizations at the Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University, and also holds a masters degree in social psychology and an MBA.

Mark’s academic research focuses on leadership, cooperation, negotiations, decision-making, and trust. His recent work has been published in books and journals like Research in Organizational Behavior, Culture and Negotiation: Integrative Approaches to Theory and Research (Stanford University Press), Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, Social Psychological and Personality Science, The Drama of the Commons (National Academy Press), Trust and Distrust across Organizational Contexts: Dilemmas and Approaches, and Personality and Social Psychology Review.

Mark is an award-winning teacher and researcher who has been on faculty and taught courses on negotiations and organizational behavior to students at the Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto, the Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University, INSEAD and at the Ross School of Business, University of Michigan. He consults extensively and has provided training to executives and professionals in the automotive, education, healthcare, pharmaceutical, broadcast media, entertainment, telecommunications, technology and financial services industries, and in government at all levels. He also facilitates strategic planning for not-for-profit and for-profit organizations alike. Mark’s early achievements included both national and international awards for public speaking and debating. His previous professional experiences included managerial and leadership roles in local government, the financial services sector, and in not-for-profit organizations.

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