Dear OB Division Colleagues, The Spring 2021 issue of Personnel Psychology is now published. Our first issue of the year is all about leadership, including articles on servant leadership, ethical leadership, autocratic leadership, shared leadership, LMX, leader-follower risk orientation congruence, and leader mistreatment. This issue also contains four book reviews. We hope you enjoy them!
Berrin Erdogan, Ph. D.Editor-in-Chief, Personnel PsychologyExpress Employment Professionals ProfessorThe School of BusinessPortland State Universityberrine@pdx.edu
Servant leadership, leader gender, and team gender role: Testing a female advantage in a cascading model of performanceG. James Lemoine, Terry C. BlumDiscouraging unethicality versus encouraging ethicality: Unraveling the differential effects of prevention‐ and promotion‐focused ethical leadershipJohn T. Bush, David T. Welsh, Michael D. Baer, David WaldmanHurry up! The role of supervisors' time urgency and self‐perceived status for autocratic leadership and subordinates' well‐being (OPEN ACCESS)Roman Briker, Frank Walter, Michael S. ColeShared leadership development and team performance: A new look at the dynamics of shared leadershipNatalia M. Lorinkova, Kathryn M. BartolWhen leader–member exchange differentiation improves work group functioning: The combined roles of differentiation bases and reward interdependenceJoo Hun Han, Hui Liao, Jian Han, Alex Ning LiLeader–follower risk orientation incongruence, intellectual stimulation, and creativity: A configurational approach (OPEN ACCESS)Haiyang Liu, Scott B. Dust, Minya Xu, Yueting JiWhen lending an ear turns into mistreatment: An episodic examination of leader mistreatment in response to venting at workChristopher C. Rosen, Allison S. Gabriel, Hun Whee Lee, Joel Koopman, Russell E. JohnsonBOOK REVIEWSScarlett, H. Neuroscience for organizational change: An evidence‐based practical guide to managing change. Julie ListerEffective Data Visualization: The Right Chart For The Right Data. Evergreen, Stephanie D. H. Danielle AllenSherylle J. Tan and Lisa DeFrank‐Cole (Eds.). Women's leadership journeys: Stories, research, and novel perspectives. Michelle C. BlighDoverspike, Dennis and Flores, Catalina. Becoming an industrial‐organizational psychologist. Scott Highhouse