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Workplace characteristics such as dirty work and income insufficiency influence the dignity that employees experience at work…

Why Real-Time Leadership Is So Hard: Four Obstacles and How to Overcome Them

By: Ryan W. Quinn, Bret D. Crane, Travis Thompson, and Robert E. Quinn

People often fail to rise up to leadership opportunities when they believe they have no alternatives, no…

An Awareness Intervention to Increase Supervisor Appreciation Expressions

By: Lauren R. Locklear, Shannon G. Taylor, and Maureen L. Ambrose

Forthcoming in Academy of Management Proceedings, 2023

Chapter 24 in SAGE Handbook of Contemporary Cross-Cultural Management, 2020

I’ll Do It Myself: Self-Leadership, Proactivity, and Socialization

By: Gregory A. Cranmer, Zachary W. Goldman, & Jeffery D. Houghton

This paper finds that newcomers adjust and commit to organizations better when they seek organizational resources through…

Employee voice is influenced by their relationships with their supervisors, how the idea is crafted, the power…

When leaders exhibited compassion during routine and focal events, the building blocks of their actions were integrity,…

Transformational leadership increased organizational commitment among officers in Korean police agencies.

Organizational Social Capital: Ties Between HRD, Employee Voice, and CEOs

By: Denise M. Cumberland, Meera Alagaraja, Brad Shuck, & Sharon A. Kerrick

This theory explains how, when CEOs extend their existing internal social networks and engage in conversations with…

An Emergent Understanding of Influences on Managers’ Voices in SMEs

By: Denise M. Cumberland, Brad Shuck, Jason Immekus, & Meera Alagaraja

Employees are more satisfied and engaged when their supervisors are open to ideas, and engagement increases how…