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      講座:The Positive and Negative Effects of Social Status on Ratings of Voice Behavior: A Test of Opposing Structural and Psychological Pathways

      發布者:組織管理系    發布時間:2020-09-11

      題 目:The Positive and Negative Effects of Social Status on Ratings of Voice Behavior: A Test of Opposing Structural and Psychological Pathways

      嘉 賓:Sijun Kim, Ph.D. Candidate at the Eller College of Management, the University of Arizona

      主持人:李欣欣 助理教授 上海交通大學安泰經濟與管理學院

      時 間:20200923日(周三) 10:30-12:00

      地 點:線上ZOOM平臺 (校內師生如需獲取會議號和密碼,請于922日中午12點前發送電郵至orgmgt@acem.sjtu.edu.cn)

      內容簡介:

      We examine how social status—the amount of respect and admiration conferred by others—is related to leader’s ratings of team member voice. In a field study using 375 West Point cadets nested in 60 squads, we find that that there are two countervailing pathways linking social status to leader voice ratings: a positive structural path via instrumental network centrality and a negative psychological path via perceived image risk. In addition, we show that these relationships are contingent upon a relational moderator, such that high-quality team interpersonal relationships weakened the positive indirect effect via instrumental network centrality but strengthened the negative indirect effect via image risk. Two post hoc experiments provided preliminary support for our arguments that perceived image risk causes people to develop and deliver their voice in a manner that is more acceptable to recipients and ruled out several alternative explanations. In contrast to its impact on leader’s ratings of voice, we found a different pattern of results for team member’s ratings of voice: notably, the indirect effect via image risk was positive, rather than negative. The results of our multi-level analyses shed new light on how, why, and when social status impacts leader ratings of voice. In doing so, we challenge assumptions about voice behavior and open avenues for future research.

      演講人簡介

      Sijun Kim is a doctoral candidate at the Eller College of Management, the University of Arizona. His research interests are primarily about voice and status with a focus on antecedents and consequences of voice and psychological experiences of status. His work has been presented at multiple academic conferences including the Academy of Management Annual Meeting and the Annual Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology Conference. Currently, he has multiple manuscripts with requested revisions at the Academy of Management Journal and the Journal of Applied Psychology. At Eller, he has been awarded the Stephen Robbins Doctoral Fellowship twice, the Outstanding Graduate Student Teaching Award, and the AKMS-Samsung Economic Research Institute Scholarship for Best Student Conference Papers. Additionally, he has experience teaching both in-person and online. Before joining Eller, He received a B.B.A. and an M.S. in Management, both from Korea University and has two-year work experience in the HR department of a South Korean company, POSCO Daewoo, which is now POSCO International.

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