Glen Kreiner

Chair of the Department of Management; Professor

Department of Management

Faculty, Tenure Track

Professor Glen Kreiner is the Chair of the Department of Management and the L.S. Skaggs Presidential Chair in Business Ethics Management at the University of Utah. He received his Master’s in Organizational Behavior from Brigham Young University and his Ph.D. in Business Administration from Arizona State University. He has taught a wide range of audiences, from undergraduates to doctoral students and from MBAs to executive education. He has taught in-person and online courses and workshops on many topics, including workplace mindfulness, leadership skills, authenticity, identity-based leadership, work-life navigation, diversity/inclusion/belonging, and teamwork. Professor Kreiner has won multiple awards for his research, which has been published in the leading management journals. His research focuses on topics such as identity at work, mindfulness, work-life dynamics, and ethics. He is currently conducting multiple research projects regarding workers with intellectual and developmental disabilities (such as autism and Down syndrome) and seeks to make workplaces better for this population. He is also working with a nationwide initiative (through the Huntsman Mental Health Institute) to eliminate the stigma of mental health. Outside of work, he enjoys traveling, gardening, and theatre, especially when he can do those things with his wife and three children.