We are pleased to announce that we are hosting the first Idiosyncratic Deals Methodological and Theoretical Development Meeting at the University of Edinburgh Business School on 21st & 22nd of July 2020. Please see attachment and the following link for additional details. https://www.business-school.ed.ac.uk/event/idiosyncratic-deals-meeting
Attention leadership scholars! You are invited to submit a brief research proposal to participate in the following AOM session: Improving Leadership Research: Mentoring to Develop Proposals into High Quality Publications Saturday Aug 10, 2019 @ 1:45PM-3:45PM Sheraton Boston Hotel – Fairfax AB This Academy of Management PDW provides students and junior faculty the opportunity to Read more about Improving Leadership Research: Mentoring to Develop Proposals into High Quality Publications[…]
AOM Submission: #12052 PDW Session Day/Time/Location: Friday, August 9, 2019 | 10:45 AM – 12:45 PM | Location: Sheraton Boston Hotel Co-chairs: Herman H. M. Tse, Monash U and Ashlea C. Troth, Griffith U. Presenters: Herman H. M. Tse, Monash U; Ashlea C. Troth, Griffith U; Neal M. Ashkanasy, U of Queensland; Robert C. Liden, Read more about Call for Paper Proposals: AOM PDW: Investigating Affect in Organizational Interpersonal Relationships[…]
Human Performance Call for Papers: Psychometric Development and Evaluation of Measures in the Organizational Sciences Submission Deadline: June 30th, 2019 “Measuring things better advances everything that we do” (Cecil Reynolds, April 2018) In the organizational sciences, as in all of the sciences, the quality of our research is often dependent on the quality of the measures Read more about Human Performance Call for Papers: Psychometric Development and Evaluation of Measures in the Organizational Sciences[…]
Michael A. Hogg, S. Alexander Haslam, David E. Rast III, Niklas K. Steffens, Amber M. Gaffney Deadline extended to: January 31, 2020! At the very end of the 1990s a number of social psychologists started to draw on and extend social identity theorizing to understand leadership as a social influence process grounded in a sense Read more about LQ Call for Papers: Special issue on Social Identity and Leadership[…]
Leadership in the Digital Era: Social Media, Big Data, Virtual Reality, Computational Methods, and Deep Learning The study of leadership has always evolved, but this is truer than ever before as we transition into the 21st century (Dinh et al., 2014). The rapid evolution in the study of leadership reflects real world realities in geopolitical Read more about LQ Call for Papers: Leadership in the Digital Era: Social Media, Big Data, Virtual Reality, Computational Methods, and Deep Learning[…]
The new submission deadline of the Journal of Organizational Behavior’s Special Issue (SI): Call for papers – Affect in Organizational Interpersonal Exchange Processes is 7th January 2020. Details of the SI can be accessed by clicking here. The guest editors look forward to receiving your submission by this due date.
Are we indeed using best practices in the study, practice and development of leadership? This edited collection seeks to draw attention to the limitations of extant work on leadership and to provide suggestions for a way forward. Chapters range from research methodology to the role of gender and culture in leadership studies, and the current Read more about What’s Wrong with Leadership? Improving Leadership Research and Practice[…]