Chris Long is an Associate Professor of Management, the Paul Naughton Research Fellow, and the Director of the Executive-in-Residence Program, at The Peter J. Tobin College of Business at St. John's University in New York.
In his award-winning research, he examines the actions that leaders take within complex and dynamic business environments. His work is aimed at helping leaders understand how to leverage their personal capabilities and optimize their efforts to achieve a wide range of performance objectives.
He has extensive experience consulting with multi-national corporations on issues of leadership, organizational design, and organizational change.
He holds a PhD in Management from Duke University and a Master in Public Policy from the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University. He has previously held academic positions at Georgetown University, Washington University in St. Louis, and Duke University. While at Georgetown, he was awarded the Joseph F. Lemoine Award for Undergraduate and Graduate Teaching Excellence. This award is given to the top teacher each year at the McDonough School of Business.
In addition to his civilian duties, Professor Long currently serves as an Officer (Major) in the United States Army Reserve. In his current position as a Research Psychologist, he conducts research on issues that impact the psychological health and overall efficacy of military personnel.