Leadership Leader Development Leadership Development Leader/ship Development Assessment Leader Coaching Organizational research and statistical methods in I/O Psychology
Dr David M. Wallace, has a PhD in industrial-organizational psychology, specializing in leadership and leader development. He is a 1996 graduate of the US Naval Academy and spent nearly twenty years as surface warfare officer in the Navy. As a naval officer, he led teams of various size and organizational levels from leading a single division on a Navy ship to commanding multiple teams operating simultaneously on naval ships across the Middle East. He holds a PhD in Industrial- Organizational Psychology and is serves full time as the Admiral Jay L. Johnson Professor of Leadership and Ethics at the US Naval Academy in Annapolis, MD where he is the chair of the Department of Leadership, Ethics, and Law.
Individual Differences in Leader Development
Wallace, D. M., Torres, E. M. & Zaccaro, S. J. (Accepted for publication) Just what do we think we’re doing? Exploring learning outcomes of leader development. The Leadership Quarterly.
Wallace, D. M., Zaccaro, S. J., & Hedrick, K. N. (2020). Coaching leaders for continuous learning. In M. London (Ed.), Oxford Handbook of Lifelong Learning (2nd ed.). Oxford University Press.
Ledford, A. & Wallace, D. M. (In Press) A history of leadership. In Wray, R., Ledford, A., Mustin, J., LeClair, T. (Eds.). Saltwater Leadership, 2nd Edition. Naval Institute Press.
Wallace, D. M., Luning, C. R., Ledford, A., Rosenstein, J. E., & Cyr-Roman, B. (2020). A culture of respect: Leader development and preventing destructive behavior. Industrial and Organizational Psychology: Perspectives on Science and Practice, 13(2), 225-229.
Green, J. P., Dalal, R. S., Swigart, K. L., Bleiberg, M. A., Wallace, D. M., & Hargrove, A. K. (2019). Personality consistency and situational influences on behavior. Journal of Management, 45, 3204–3234.https://doi.org/10.1177/0149206318781950
Green, J. P., Wallace, D. M., & Hargrove, A. K. (2016). Exploring workplace resilience through a personality strength lens. Industrial Organizational Psychology: Perspectives from Science and Practice, 9, 447–452. http://doi.org/10.1017/iop.2016.37
Jul 2017 – Present Permanent Military Professor, US Naval Academy
NL 310, Leadership Theory and Application [Course Director]
NL485B, Applied Data Science for Personnel Management
NL486C, Psychology of Teams
NL 311, Psychology of Leadership
Jul 2019 – Present Adjunct Faculty, George Mason University
PSYC 601, Applied Data Analysis in Psychology I
Sep 2016 – Present Adjunct Faculty, University of Maryland Baltimore County
PSCY 672, Introductory Statistics for I/O Psychology
PSYC 683, Advanced Statistics for I/O Psychology
PhD, Industrial Organizational Psychology - George Mason University
MA, Industrial Organizational Psychology - George Mason University
MS, Information Technology Management - Naval Postgraduate School
BS, Economics - US Naval Academy