His research interests focus on interpersonal relationships in the workplace, toxic workplaces, leadership, improvisation/risk taking, change management and entrepreneurship.
Pedro Neves is an Assistant Professor at Nova SBE. He received his PhD from ISCTE-IUL and later went to the University of Delaware for a Post-Doc. He has published in several international journals, including the Journal of Applied Psychology, Group & Organization Management, Human Performance and The Leadership Quarterly. He also published/edited four books (three of them forthcoming), including Sucesso e mudança nas organizações: Uma questão de confiança (RH Editora, 2011). He is the Principal Researcher of the project “Organizational improvisation and risk taking: Antecedents, consequences and moderating factors”, funded by the Fundação para a Ciência e Tecnologia (PTDC/PSI-PSO/111606/2009).
He teaches Organizational Behavior, Persuasion and Negotiation and Entrepreneurship at Nova and collaborates with the Angola Business School (ABS).
He is a member of the Board of Directors of the International Association of Applied Psychology (IAAP) and won the Research Award (2009) from RH Magazine/Select-Vedior and the Outstanding Reviewer Award (2010) from the OB Division of the Academy of Management.
- Cunha, Miguel Pina e; Rego, A., Clegg, Stewart, & Neves, Pedro (2013). The case for transcendent followership. Leadership, 9, 87-106.
- Neves, P. (2012). Organizational cynicism: Spillover effects on supervisor-subordinate relationships and performance. Leadership Quarterly, 23(5), 965-976.
- Neves, Pedro & Robert Eisenberger (2012). Management communication and employee performance: The contributions of perceived organizational support. Human Performance, 23, 965-976