Journal of Leadership & Organizational Studies

An academic journal devoted to advancing the knowledge and practice of leadership education in both business and academic settings. Examines leadership and organizational functionality in civic, grassroots, corporate, nonprofit/philanthropic, educational,

Articles from Vol. 15, No. 1, August

A Longitudinal Study of the Relationships among Self-Monitoring, Authentic Leadership, and Perceptions of Leadership
There is little research examining variability in leadership outcomes over time as a function of individual differences. The present study investigates how the extent to which individuals are perceived as leaders varies over time, with self-monitoring...
Can Leaders Step outside of the Gender Box? an Examination of Leadership and Gender Role Stereotypes
This study examined gender stereotypes for leaders using a more indirect method than is typical in stereotype research. Rather than reveal the leader's gender, this study used vignettes in which the leader's gender was unknown. Consistent with their...
Effects of Career Plateauing on Turnover: A Test of a Model
Completed questionnaires from 223 organizational members were analyzed to test the extent to which career plateaus were positively associated with intentions to leave and that structure and content plateaus explained unique variation in turnover intentions...
Gender Differences in Ethnocultural Empathy and Attitudes toward Men and Women in Authority
The relationship between attitudes toward members of ethnic or cultural minority groups and men and women in authority or leadership positions was examined. The Ethnocultural Empathy Scale and Gender Authority Measure were completed by 317 participants....
Layoff Agency: A Theoretical Framework
The current downsizing literature has neglected the cognitions and behaviors of layoff agents. In this article, layoff agents are defined as employees who assist in the implementation of layoffs in their employing organizations. The article develops...
Limitations of Communities of Practice: A Consideration of Unresolved Issues and Difficulties in the Approach
Communities of practice are becoming increasingly common on the organizational landscape. Organizations are simultaneously incorporating communities of practice into internal knowledge management systems and spanning elements from the external environment....
The Entrepreneur's Evolution to Philanthropist: Insights from the Experience of Ewing Marion Kauffman
Entrepreneurs who evolve into philanthropists make contributions on broad fronts, for example, to the economic effects in their communities and nations and to the social issues of various kinds that they embrace as challenges. This article is an early...