Craig E. Johnson
Professor Johnson has been at George Fox since 1988. He moved to the College of Business after serving as chair of the university’s communication arts department for 12 years. He is a past recipient of the George Fox Undergraduate Teacher of the Year award. Professor Johnson enjoys running, fly-fishing, basketball and reading. He and his wife Mary, who teaches in the university’s Master of Arts in Teaching program, have two grown sons.
Professor Johnson Teaches:
- Leadership Seminar
- Ethics & Moral Decision-Making in Business
- Business Ethics
- Leading and Managing People
- Business Teaching Practicum
- Dissertation Supervision
PhD in speech communication, University of Denver
MA in communication (journalism/print media), Wheaton College
BA in history and sociology, Luther College
- Short-term missions participant
- SOLV and NAMI volunteer
- Ordained church elder
- Past president, Trout Unlimited Chapter
Apology and forgiveness
Organizational ethics and trust
Meeting the Ethical Challenges of Leadership (5th ed.), Sage, 2014.
Leadership: A Communication Perspective (6th ed.) (with Michael Hackman), Waveland, 2013.
Organizational Ethics: A Practical Approach, Sage, 2011.
“Ethical Leadership and Organizational Trust.” Paper presented at the International Leadership Association convention, 2008.
“Best practices in ethical leadership.” In J. Conger and R. Riggio (Eds), The Practice of Leadership, Wiley, 2007.
“The Rise and Fall of Carly Fiorina: An Ethical Case Study.” (2008). Journal of Leadership and Organizational Studies, 15, 188-196.