Joe LeBoeuf, Ph.D. is a Professor at Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business (M.B.A. programs) and Visiting Professor, Sanford School of Public Policy (Hart Leadership Program); he oversees the overall leadership development program in the business school. Joe teaches in Duke’s Advanced Management Program. He also serves as a scholar in the Coach K Center of Leadership and Ethics (COLE) as a senior mentor and faculty advisor to COLE Leadership Fellows program.
Joe is an education consultant with Duke Corporate Education and the Praevius Group in partnership with the Army’s Center on the Profession and Ethic. He is a former Professor at the United States Military Academy at West Point, Deputy Head of the Behavioral Sciences and Leadership Department, Director of Organizational Studies and Director of the Academy’s Eisenhower Program graduate school (partnership with Columbia University). Joe has held numerous U.S. Army command and staff assignments; serving on the Army Training and Leader Developmental Panel (ATLDP) Executive Committee.
Joe has extensive experience in leadership education, leader development, and organizational culture and change. He is involved in building USMA and Army leadership/leader development programs; and is an advisor to Army Chief of Staff on reshaping Army training and leader development culture/facilitating Army Transformation. Joe is a contributing author on several books and publications for the United States Military Academy and the U.S. Army; and a contributing author to the Army’s leadership doctrine. His research and writing have also appeared in Leader to Leader, Military Review, The Teaching of Sociology, and the Journal of Consulting Psychology.
Joe holds a BS in engineering from the United States Military Academy. He earned his MS in engineering psychology and PhD in industrial/organizational psychology from the Georgia Institute of Technology. A graduate of West Point, he earned Executive Leadership diplomas from the Army’s Command and General Staff College and the U.S. Army War College.