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Can anyone lead and follow? Leader and follower role expectations among supervisors and subordinates
Supervisor expectations and follower characteristics on LMX and follower performance
Using the actor partner interdependence model with leader-follower dyadic data
Whitney Tate; Adam Vanhove
Navigating the big world of big data and HR analytics
Negative implicit followership theories and abusive supervision
Coyle, P. & Shah, Y.
Promoting inclusion and wellbeing of AOM members: Perspectives of international members
Huong, L., Atewologun, D., & Palmer, C.
Improving lives through international dialogue across the Academy
Velez-Castrillon, Susana, & Atewologun, Doyin
The role of stability in attributions about abusive supervision
Student perceptions and experiences
Joshua Knapp, Suzanne Masterson
Trust in the workplace
Lynn Shore, James Dulebohn
Exploring the interface: Continuing the dialogue across the Academy.
Doyin Atewologun, Susana Velez-Castrillon
Attribution style and attributions in responses to abusive supervision
Positive Work Relationships: Building Diversity and Inclusion in a Global Business Environment
Amy Randel, Lynn Shore, Beth G Chung, Uma Kedharnath, Benjamin M. Galvin, Karen Holcombe Ehrhart, Michelle A. Dean
Continuing the dialogue: Making meaningful cross-border connections across the Academy
Susana Velez-Castrillon, Doyin Atewologun
Work group inclusion: Scale validation and relationship to outcomes.
Chung, B., Ehrhart, K., Shore, L., Randel, A., Dean, M.
Opening AOM governance to create international dialogue.
Velez-Castrillon, S., Atewologun, D.
Shedding Light on the Dark Side of Leadership
Boulamasti, A., Henle, C., Greenbaum, R., Chong, S., Schaubroeck, J., Gao, R., Hartnell, C., Priesemuth, M., Schminke, M.
Abusive supervision and employee perceptions of leaders’ implicit followership theories