David Hekman
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Turnover contagion: How coworkers' job embeddedness and job search behaviors influence quitting
W Felps, TR Mitchell, DR Hekman, TW Lee, BC Holtom, WS Harman
Academy of Management Journal 52 (3), 545-561, 2009
7162009
Modeling how to grow: An inductive examination of humble leader behaviors, contingencies, and outcomes
BP Owens, DR Hekman
Academy of Management Journal 55 (4), 787-818, 2012
6092012
Stakeholder theory and managerial decision-making: Constraints and implications of balancing stakeholder interests
SJ Reynolds, FC Schultz, DR Hekman
Journal of business ethics 64 (3), 285-301, 2006
3432006
How does leader humility influence team performance? Exploring the mechanisms of contagion and collective promotion focus
BP Owens, DR Hekman
Academy of Management Journal 59 (3), 1088-1111, 2016
3392016
Combined effects of organizational and professional identification on the reciprocity dynamic for professional employees
DR Hekman, GA Bigley, HK Steensma, JF Hereford
Academy of management journal 52 (3), 506-526, 2009
3042009
Does diversity-valuing behavior result in diminished performance ratings for non-white and female leaders?
DR Hekman, SK Johnson, MD Foo, W Yang
Academy of Management Journal 60 (2), 771-797, 2017
2052017
Cognitive and affective identification: Exploring the links between different forms of social identification and personality with work attitudes and behavior
MD Johnson, FP Morgeson, DR Hekman
Journal of Organizational Behavior 33 (8), 1142-1167, 2012
1922012
Effects of organizational and professional identification on the relationship between administrators’ social influence and professional employees’ adoption of new work behavior.
DR Hekman, HK Steensma, GA Bigley, JF Hereford
Journal of Applied Psychology 94 (5), 1325, 2009
1882009
An examination of whether and how racial and gender biases influence customer satisfaction
DR Hekman, K Aquino, BP Owens, TR Mitchell, P Schilpzand, K Leavitt
Academy of Management Journal 53 (2), 238-264, 2010
1712010
If there’s only one woman in your candidate pool, there’s statistically no chance she’ll be hired
SK Johnson, DR Hekman, ET Chan
Harvard Business Review 26 (04), 2016
852016
An inductively generated typology and process model of workplace courage
P Schilpzand, DR Hekman, TR Mitchell
Organization Science 26 (1), 52-77, 2015
552015
Women and minorities are penalized for promoting diversity
SK Johnson, DR Hekman
Harvard Business Review 60 (2), 771-797, 2016
242016
Channeling identification: How perceived regulatory focus moderates the influence of organizational and professional identification on professional employees’ diagnosis and …
DR Hekman, D Van Knippenberg, MG Pratt
Human Relations 69 (3), 753-780, 2016
242016
Enacting humble leadership: An inductive examination of humble leader behaviors, outcomes, and contingencies
BP Owens, DR Hekman
Academy of Management Journal 55 (4), 787-818, 2012
152012
Does valuing diversity result in worse performance ratings for minority and female leaders?
DR Hekman, MD Foo
Academy of Management Proceedings 2014 (1), 12277, 2014
142014
Balancing stakeholder interests: The constraining effects of resource divisibility and stakeholder saliency
SJ Reynolds, FC Schultz, DR Hekman
Journal of Business Ethics 64 (3), 2006
72006
Contingencies between organizational identification and professional employee performance
DR Hekman
62007
Somebody That I Used to Know: The Immediate and Long-Term Effects of Social Identity in Post-disaster Business Communities.
J Dinger, M Conger, D Hekman, C Bustamante
Journal of Business Ethics 166 (1), 2020
42020
When staying depends on others: Collective job embeddedness as a predictor of employee turnover
W Felps, D Hekman, T Mitchell, T Lee, B Holtom, W Harman
Academy of Management Journal 52 (3), 545-561, 2009
42009
Subtle discrimination as natural “equal reaction” to organizational actions, and practical ways to soften it
E Rabenu, L Chernyak-Hai
Industrial and Organizational Psychology 10 (1), 111-118, 2017
22017
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