Megan Walsh

Assistant Professor

Room 152
PotashCorp Centre
25 Campus Drive
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada
S7N 5A7
Phone: 306-966-1930
Fax: 306-966-2516


Ph.D. (Management) (Memorial University of Newfoundland )
Master of Employment Relations (Memorial University of Newfoundland )
B.A. (Memorial University of Newfoundland )


Dr. Walsh’s research is focused on leadership, well-being, and gender issues in organizations. She has examined how leadership styles relate to leaders’ own stress, and how leadership quality subsequently influences employee well-being. Her dissertation investigated role of mindfulness in relation to leadership style and employee well-being. She has also published work examining the relationship between leadership style and gender, with a specific focus on the role of context and self-perception.

Prior to joining the Edwards School of Business, she completed her PhD in Management at Memorial University of Newfoundland. At Memorial, she taught courses such as Occupational Health and Safety, and received several grants related to her research on mindfulness. She was also a founding committee member of Empowering Leadership, an annual conference and monthly workshop series for women in leadership positions.


Comm 105: Introduction to Organizational Behaviour 


Arnold. K. A., Connelly, C. E., Gellatly, I. R., Walsh, M. M., & Withey, M. J. Using a pattern-oriented approach to study leaders: Implications for burnout and perceived role demand. (2017). Journal of Organizational Behavior, 38(7), 1038-1056.