Topic: Leader Identity Research Today
Time: February 7, 11 AM (Eastern Time)
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On this upcoming episode of AMJ Radio Live, host Nettra Pan chats with Sue Ashford about leader identity. In an AMJ article led by Julia Lee Cunningham, Sue and her co-authors found that employees' anticipation of how others think of them could be obstacles to identifying themselves as leaders. Specifically, fearing that colleagues might see them as bossy, unqualified, or different could discourage a leader identity. Join our conversation this Wednesday to learn more.
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About the guest speakers:
Sue Ashford is a Professor of Management and Organizations at the University of Michigan. Sue has made research contributions in the areas of leadership development and leader effectiveness, middle management voice and issue selling, job insecurity, and individual proactivity (e.g., self-management and feedback seeking). She is currently researching how to thrive in the gig economy.
PhD Student | Organizational Behavior Broad College of Business Michigan State University