Interview with Prof. Mitch Neubert
Dr. Mitchell J. Neubert is a Professor of Management and the Chavanne Chair of Christian Ethics in Business at Baylor University. His purpose in his teaching is to equip students to act virtuously and make a positive difference in their organizations and society. He teaches a Principled Leadership course for undergraduate students, a Leading with Integrity course in Baylor’s Executive MBA program, and an Ethical Leadership course in Baylor’s on-line MBA program. He was awarded the 2013 Hankamer School of Business Teaching Excellence Award and was the 2016 recipient of the Hankamer School of Business Distinguished Professor Award recognizing academic excellence and service.
Dr. Neubert has co-authored two textbooks used at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. The basis of these textbooks is a values-based critical thinking approach that presents each topic from two perspectives: A conventional perspective and a sustainable perspective based on the practice of prudence, temperance, justice, and courage that promotes multiple forms of well-being for multiple stakeholders.
Dr. Neubert has published research that supports this approach and has integrated his findings into his classes and consulting. He is a leading scholar in research on servant leadership and ethics, with publications in numerous academic journals including Business Ethics Quarterly, Human Relations, Journal of Applied Psychology, Journal of Business Venturing, Journal of Business Ethics, Leadership Quarterly, and Personnel Psychology. His research has been the focus of an interview with Harvard Business Review.