We’ve explored the top articles within the realms of leadership research and have discovered the top 10 trends and insights for 2017.
Effective decision-making is critical to successful leadership. However, not all decisions are created equal. Military leaders make their best decisions by taking into account the whole view of a situation, not just following rules or repeating past choices.
While the topic of corporate social responsibility (CSR) is relatively well-researched, less is known about corporate social irresponsibility (CSiR). The authors of the present study address this gap by considering the relationship between CSR and CSiR. They predict that prior CSR is positively associated with subsequent CSiR, and that leaders’ moral identity symbolization will moderate the CSR–CSiR relationship. Through an archival study of 49 firms, findings support the hypotheses.
Topic: Citizenship Behavior, Leadership Publication: Personnel Psychology (Autumn 2011) Article: How Leader–Member Exchange Influences Effective Work Behaviors: Social Exchange and Internal–External Efficacy Perspectives Authors: Walumbwa, F. O., Cropanzano, R., & Goldman, B. M. Reviewed By: Thaddeus Rada Leader-member exchange (LMX) theory has been an influential leadership theory for many years.
Topic: Ethics, Leadership
Publication: Journal of Business Ethics (2010)
Article: Ethical leadership and global citizenship: Considerations for a just and sustainable future.
Authors: Deborah C. Poff
Reviewed By: Bobby Bullock