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Anjali Chaudhry is a Professor of Management in the Brennan School of Business in Dominican University. She is a Fulbright Visiting Professor of Sustainable Business at the Cork University Business School (CUBS), University College Cork in Ireland for Spring 2024. She is also certified as Climate Ambassador from MIT-Sloan and Climate Interactive. 


She has an eclectic educational background with Ph.D. in Organizational Behavior at the University of Illinois at Chicago, an M.A. in Organizational Psychology and Counseling from the Adler University at Chicago and a B.A. (Honors) in Economics from Delhi University, India. Her teaching experience spans areas in management including Principles of Management, Sustainable Innovations in Business, International Management, among others. She has been active in several study abroad programs in Asia, Europe, and more recently in Latin America.


Dr. Chaudhry’s research interests focus on sensemaking around change in the workplace context. More recently, she has examined extreme contexts such as the pandemic and climate change, and strategies to help people thrive in times of change. She has collaborated with several companies in the US and abroad as a principal investigator to investigate employee-level issues.  Her most recent project was with Provena Health on the topic of ‘Managing Healthcare Workers’ Attitudes and Behaviors in the Context of Strategic Change Programs Related to Healthcare Reforms: Research for Advancing Knowledge for Non-Profit Human Services Organizations’.


As a Fulbright faculty of sustainable business, she is involved in education and research collaboration with CUBS faculty.  Her research has been published in a variety of outlets, including the Harvard Business Review, the Journal of Applied Psychology, the Journal of Applied Behavioral Science, and Leadership Quarterly, among others. She has served as an Associate Editor for the South-Asian Journal of Human Resource Management.

PhD, University of Illinois at Chicago
MA, Adler School of Professional Psychology
BA, Hindu College, Delhi University, India
Research Interests

Idiosyncratic Deals, Psychological Contract, and Servant Leadership, Climate Leadership, Business Sustainability

Selected Publications

Chaudhry, A., Indrajaya, A., Niyimbanira, F., Rodriguez-Tejedo, I., Ragui, M., Hosseingholizadeh, R., Burga, R. & Hoong, Y. (2023/2024). Collaborative Online International Learning (COIL) 2023: A global perspective of business innovations and the UN Sustainable Development Goals. Ruben Burga.  

Chaudhry, A. (2023). The Power of Simulation for Climate Action: En-ROADS. Academy of Management Learning and Education.  00(00, 1-3), 507–519. DOI:

Chaudhry, A. & Rosenbloom, A. (2021). 3 Strategies to Help Employees Thrive in the New “Normal”. Harvard Business Review. Retrieved from 3 Strategies to Help Employees Thrive in the New “Normal” (

Chaudhry, A., Cao, X., Liden, R., Point, S., & Vidyarthi, P. (2021). A Meta-Review of Servant Leadership: Construct, Correlates, and the Process. Journal of Comparative International Management, 24(2), 59–99. Retrieved from

Anjali Chaudhry (2021/2023) Leadership, diversity, and academic performance: An investigation of team-based learning, Journal of Education for Business, 98(1), 9-16. (Original work published in 2021). DOI: 10.1080/08832323.2021.2009754. Retrieved from Leadership, diversity, and academic performance: An investigation of team-based learning: Journal of Education for Business: Vol 98, No 1 (


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