Advances in Authentic and Ethical Leadership

  • 5h 13m
  • Chester A. Schriesheim (eds), Linda L. Neider
  • Information Age Publishing
  • 2014

The latest volume in the Research in Management series, co-edited by Linda L. Neider and Chester A. Schrieshiem, reports on “Advances in Authentic and Ethical Leadership.” The eight insightful chapters are contributed by national and international scholars spanning the fields of leadership, organizational behavior, and research methodology. Among the areas discussed and linked to authentic and/or ethical leadership are mindfulness, decision making, the role of character, antecedents, substitutes for leadership, psychological capital, and a some of the “dark side” aspects associated with authenticity. Advances in Authentic and Ethical Leadership is a book that should be read by anyone currently or anyone considering doing research in the area.

About the Editors

Dr. Linda L. Neider—PhD, MA, MBA, State University of New York at Buffalo. Professor in the Department of Management, School of Business Administration, University of Miami. Previous administrative roles have included Vice Dean for Internal University Relations, Global Initiatives/Cross-Disciplinary Programs, and Undergraduate Business; Department Chair/Department of Management (20+ years); Vice Dean for Faculty; and Director/PhD Program in Industrial Psychology. Teaching and research interests lie in the fields of leadership, motivation, human resource management, and other areas of organizational behavior. Her research may be viewed in a variety of journals, including the Academy of Management Journal, Leadership Quarterly, and Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes. Along with long-time collaborator, Chester Schrieshiem, she co-edits the annual series Research in Management, now in its’ tenth edition. Professor Neider has received over two dozen outstanding teaching awards including the University of Miami Teaching Excellence Award, the Executive MBA Outstanding Professor Award, the School of Business Teaching Excellence Award to name a few. She is a member of the Academy of Management, the American Psychological Association, and the American Society for Human Resource Management. Her consulting work with organizations throughout the United States focuses on organizational design changes, attitudinal/culture surveys, motivational programs and productivity improvement programs.

Dr. Chester A. Schriesheim—PhD, The Ohio State University, is the University of Miami Distinguished Professor of Management. Prior to this he was a professor at the University of Florida and an associate professor at the University of Southern California. Professor Schriesheim is the author or co-author of over 200 books, book chapters, journal articles, and proceedings papers. Professor Schriesheim has been most active in the areas of leadership, power and influence, and applied psychometrics and statistics, and his articles have appeared in such outlets as Administrative Science Quarterly, Academy of Management Journal, Academy of Management Review, Psychological Bulletin and the Journal of Applied Psychology, among others. Professor Schriesheim is an elected Fellow of the American Psychological Association and an Associate Editor of The Leadership Quarterly. His consulting engagements have included the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (Leadership Analysis Directorate), Honda U.S.A., Chrysler Corp., Eagle Brands, Coca-Cola, American Airlines, and Burger King, among others.

In this Book

  • Advances in Authentic and Ethical Leadership
  • Foreword
  • A Proposed Orthogonal Relationship between Psychological Capital and Ethical Leadership
  • Developing Leadership Capacity─An Integration and Exploration of Ethical and Authentic Leadership Antecedents
  • A Person’s Character Is the Firm Foundation─A Review and Application to Organizational Research
  • Leading Dissimilar Followers through Conflict
  • When Leaders Do Not Behave Ethically─A “Substitutes for Ethical Leadership” Perspective
  • Moral Identity─Linking Ethical Leadership to Follower Decision Making
  • Leader Mindfulness and Ethical Decision Making
  • A Critical Assessment of Research on Effective Leadership Behavior