- Work relationships—enhancing personal and organizational performance, including leader-member relationships, mentoring, teams and networks
- Applied research methods
(2014 in press). Cultures have consequences: A configural approach to leadership across two cultures. The Leadership Quarterly (with K. Lee and M. M. Sharif).
(2013 in press). Do perceptions of ethical conduct matter during organizational change? Ethical leadership and employee involvement. Journal of Business Ethics (with M. M. Sharif).
(2011). Measurement invariance in mentoring research: A cross-cultural examination across Taiwan and the U.S. Journal of Vocational Behavior, 78, 274-282. (with C. Hu and E. K. Pellegrini).
(2010). Cross-cultural generalizability of paternalistic leadership: An empirical investigation, Group & Organization Management, 35, 391-420 (with E.K. Pellegrini and V. Jayaraman).
(2010). Exploring the effects of adaptive and expansive CEO leadership on innovation in high-technology firms. The Leadership Quarterly, 21, 75-88 (with M. Makri).
(2009). Balance in leader and follower perceptions of Leader-member Exchange: Relationships with performance and work attitudes. The Leadership Quarterly, 20, 452-465. (with C. Cogliser, C.A. Schriesheim and W.L. Gardner).
(2009). A meso measure? Examination of the levels of analysis of the multifactor leadership questionnaire (MLQ). The Leadership Quarterly, 20, 604-616. (with C.A. Schriesheim and J. Wu).
(2009). Understanding team-level career mentoring by leaders and its effects on individual team-source learning: The effects of intra-group processes. Human Relations, 62, 1635-1666. (with E.A. Williams, and M. Gavin).
(2008). Paternalistic Leadership: A review and agenda for future research. Journal of Management, 34, 566-593. (with E.K. Pellegrini).
(2005). A needs-driven approach to expatriate adjustment and career development: A multiple mentoring perspective. Journal of International Business Studies, 36, 519-538. (with J. Mezias).
(2005). Leader-member exchange (LMX), paternalism and delegation in the Turkish Business Culture: An empirical investigation. Journal of International Business Studies, 37, 264-279. (with E.K. Pelligrini).
Teaching and Professional Experience
- Visiting Scholar: Japan, the United Kingdom, Australia, the People’s Republic of China, and the United Arab Emirates
- Workshop presenter and speaker: the Academy of Management, Society of Industrial and Organizational Psychology and the Academy of International Business
- Editorial Experience: Journal of International Business Studies (Departmental Editor), Organizational Research Methods, Journal of Management, Group and Organization Management (Associate Editor)
- Ph.D., University of Cincinnati, 1988
- BBA, University of Cincinnati, 1982
- Organizational Behavior
- Leadership and Team Processes
- Research Methods