Leisha DeHart Davis. University of North CarolinaChapel Hill. Verified email at sog. unc. edu Homepage. Public Sector Organizational Behavior Bureaucracy Gender Organizational Rules. Articles Cited by. Title Cited by Year; Gender dimensions of public service motivation. L DeHartDavis, J Marlowe, SK Pandey.by Leisha DeHartDavis Contemporary conceptions of written organizational rules evoke images of inefficiency, constraint, and rigidity. While formal rules can generate negative outcomes, this article argues that their written nature is not the culprit. leisha dehart-davis
Faculty& Leadership. The School of Government employs more than 50 fulltime faculty and more than 80 staff members in research, management, and administrative positions. It is integral for us to lead by example to prepare our MPA students to make an impact in the field of public service.
The Research. SOG faculty Rick Morse and Leisha DeHartDavis are working with the Town of Chapel Hill Police Chief Chris Blue and community groups to craft a peaceful gatherings policy, one that diffuses conflict and clarifies the rights and responsibilities of community members in protesting. Local Government Employees and the Opioid Crisis. Aug 09, 2019 Leisha DeHartDavis joined the podcast to talk about the University of North Carolina School of Governments Workplaces Initiative. She shared her research into public sector organizational dynamics and how managers can make their employees feel valued and part of a community.leisha dehart-davis Leisha DeHartDavis is a Professor of Public Administration and Government who joined the School in 2012. She directs the Local Government Workplaces Initiative, which conducts organizational research for improving city and county workplaces, and is also a faculty partner in Engaging Women in Local Government, a program that seeks to equip women to pursue public service leadership positions.