David L. Patient

Associate Professor

David Patient has a law degree from the University College London, and an MBA and PhD from the Sauder School of Business at the University of British Columbia. David's research, which focuses on effective managerial communication and employee motivation, has been published in top academic journals, including Journal of Management, Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, Strategic Management Journal, Organization Studies, and Journal of Organizational Behavior.

At CATÓLICA-LISBON, David is Senior Associate Dean for Research, Director of CUBE - Católica Lisbon Research Unit in Business and Economics, Academic Director of the Master in Psychology in Business and Economics, and Academic Director of the Executive Master in Management with a specialization in Leadership Development. He teaches courses in communication, organizational behavior, and human resources management in the MSc in Management, Master in Law and Business, The Lisbon MBA, Executive Master in Management, and CMU-Portugal PhD program. He also coordinates (with João Matos) two open enrolment executive education programs: “Three Pillars of Professional and Personal Success: Communicating, Persuading And Negotiating” and “Managing Difficult Conversations in Business”, and teaches in numerous in-house and open executive programs.

Prior to joining CATÓLICA-LISBON in 2006, David was a Lecturer in Business Communication at Simon Fraser University, Vancouver. David has also worked as an independent provider of corporate writing and editing services to a variety of organizations, and as a marketing representative for IBM Canada.

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Systemic justice and burnout: A multilevel model

CATÓLICA-LISBON Researcher(s): David L. Patient
Haines, V.Y., Human Resource Management Journa…, 2017
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Tell Me Who, and I’ll Tell You How Fair: A Model of Agent Bias in Justice Reasoning

CATÓLICA-LISBON Researcher(s): David L. Patient
Cojuharenco, I., Group and Organization Managemen…, 2017
Book

The “who” of organizational justice: Source effects on justice judgments

CATÓLICA-LISBON Researcher(s): David L. Patient
Marques, T., Organizational Justice: International Perspectives and Conceptual Advance…, 2017
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It is time for justice: How time changes what we know about justice judgments and justice effects

CATÓLICA-LISBON Researcher(s): David L. Patient
Fortin, M., Journal of Organizational Behavio…, 2016
Other

How informational injustice leads to exit intentions: Cynicism in highly identified employees

CATÓLICA-LISBON Researcher(s): David L. Patient
Patient, D., 75th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, AOM 201…, 2015
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Toward a theory of intraorganizational attention based on desirability and feasibility factors

CATÓLICA-LISBON Researcher(s): Ilídio Barreto & David L. Patient
Barreto, I., Strategic Management Journa…, 2013
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Workplace fairness versus unfairness: Examining the differential salience of facets of organizational justice

CATÓLICA-LISBON Researcher(s): Irina Cojuharenco & David L. Patient
Cojuharenco, I., Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psycholog…, 2013
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Bringing Together Different Perspectives on Ethical Leadership

CATÓLICA-LISBON Researcher(s): David L. Patient
Grover, S.L., Journal of Change Managemen…, 2012
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Pitfalls of administering justice in an inconsistent world: Some reflections on the consistency rule

CATÓLICA-LISBON Researcher(s): David L. Patient
Patient, D.L., Journal of Organizational Behavio…, 2011
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Seeing the " forest" or the " trees" of organizational justice: Effects of temporal perspective on employee concerns about unfair treatment at work

CATÓLICA-LISBON Researcher(s): Irina Cojuharenco & David L. Patient
Cojuharenco, I., Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processe…, 2011
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Increasing interpersonal and informational justice when communicating negative news: The role of the manager's empathic concern and moral development

CATÓLICA-LISBON Researcher(s): David L. Patient
Patient, D.L., Journal of Managemen…, 2010
Other

Cleaning up the water law of British Columbia: A problemistic approach to rule changes

CATÓLICA-LISBON Researcher(s): David L. Patient
Schulz, M., Academy of Management 2008 Annual Meeting: The Questions We Ask, AOM 200…, 2008
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Weber and legal rule evolution: The closing of the iron cage?

CATÓLICA-LISBON Researcher(s): David L. Patient
Jennings, P.D., Organization Studie…, 2005
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Understanding Workplace Envy through Narrative Fiction

CATÓLICA-LISBON Researcher(s): David L. Patient
Patient, D., Organization Studie…, 2003