The George Washington University
School of Business: Management
CFEE

Faculty Research: Dr. Sheetal Singh

 

 

 

Dr. Sheetal Singh, Assistant Professor of Management

 

 

 

  • Selected Publications:
    • Articles in Refereed Journals
      • Baum, Robert J., Bird, Barbara, Singh, Sheetal (2011). The Practical Intelligence of High Potential Entrepreneurs: Antecedents and Links to New Venture Growth. Personnel Psychology, 64(2), 397-425.
    • Best Paper Conference Proceedings
      • Baum, Robert J., Bird, Barbara, Singh, Sheetal (2009). The Practical Intelligence of High Potential Entrepreneurs: Links to New Venture Growth. Industrial and Organizational Psychology Conference, Sydney. Australia.
      • Singh, Sheetal, Baum, Robert J., Bird, Barbara (2008). The Practical Intelligence of High Potential Entrepreneurs: Antecedents and Links to New Venture Growth.Academy of Management Annual Meeting Proceedings, p1-6, 6p.
    • Awards
      • 2009 - IDEA Award for Research Promise awarded by Entrepreneurship Division of Academy of Management. Singh, Sheetal, Baum, Robert J., Bird, Barbara. The Practical Intelligence of High Potential Entrepreneurs: Antecedents and Links to New Venture Growth.
      • 2008 - Best Conceptual Paper award for Entrepreneurship Division of Academy of Management, Anaheim, 2008. Singh, Sheetal, Baum, Robert J., Bird, Barbara. The Practical Intelligence of High Potential Entrepreneurs: Antecedents and Links to New Venture Growth.
      • 2008 - Best Research Paper award from Dingman Centre of Entrepreneurship. Singh, Sheetal, Baum, Robert J., Bird, Barbara. The Practical Intelligence of High Potential Entrepreneurs: Antecedents and Links to New Venture Growth.
      • 2001 - Rai Bahadur M.S.Oberoi Gold Medal for excellent all round performance through the two years at Oberoi Centre of Learning and development.
  • Interests:
    • Primary Interests: Entrepreneurship, Organizational Behavior, Practical Intelligence of Entrepreneurs, Emotional Labor
    • Industries of Interest: Hospitality, Printing, Information Technology and several others.
    • Current Research: Impact of individual characteristics and abilities of entrepreneurs on organizational outcomes, impact of emotional intelligence and emotional labor on individual and organizational outcomes