Thumbnail

Yijia Guo

Assistant Professor of Clinical Business Communication
Building
ACC
Room / Office
215H
Dr. Guo’s research focuses on organizational and intercultural communication in business. She is particularly interested and specialized in identity development and strategic negotiation in various international organizational contexts. Her research has appeared on top-tier journals that examined topics such as organizational culture, conflict management, emotion management, communication technology use in business (e.g., social media, mobile), and leadership communication. Professor’s pedagogical expertise in academia includes organizational communication, communication strategies in business, leadership communication, business and professional communication, communication in non-western culture, and persuasion. Prior to academia, Dr. Guo held program and event coordinator positions in Chinese and U.S. multinational companies, specializing intercultural business communication.
+ Show Research List - Hide Research List
Yijia Guo () "The Power of Framing: Creating the Language of Leadership (Chinese Revised Edition) ,"  The Elephant Press.
Yijia Guo, Michael Kramer, Sunny Lee () "We work in international companies”: An exploration of social media uses in Chinese employees’ organizational socialization ,".
Michael Kramer, Sun Kyong Lee, Yijia Guo () "Using Communication Technology to Manage Uncertainty during Organizational Assimilation: Information-Seeking and Information-Giving ,"  NA  Western Journal of Communication , NA  NA, NA.
Yijia Guo, Ioana Cionea () ""Do it this way, not that way": An exploration of Chinese workplace conflicts ,"  INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF CONFLICT MANAGEMENT  28, 202-221.