Advances in Authentic and Ethical Leadership

Edited by:
Linda L. Neider, University of Miami
Chester A. Schriesheim, University of Miami

A volume in the series: Research in Management. Editor(s): Timothy Ewest, Houston Baptist University.

Published 2014

The latest volume in the Research in Management series, co-edited by Linda L. Neider and Chester A. Schrieshiem, reports on “Advances in Authentic and Ethical Leadership.” The eight insightful chapters are contributed by national and international scholars spanning the fields of leadership, organizational behavior, and research methodology. Among the areas discussed and linked to authentic and/or ethical leadership are mindfulness, decision making, the role of character, antecedents, substitutes for leadership, psychological capital, and a some of the “dark side” aspects associated with authenticity. Advances in Authentic and Ethical Leadership is a book that should be purchased by anyone currently or anyone considering doing research in the area.

Acknowledgements. Foreword: Advances in Authentic and Ethical Leadership, Linda L. Neider and Chester A. Schriesheim. 1. A Proposed Orthogonal Relationship Between Psychological Capital and Ethical Leadership, Ted A. Paterson, Fred Luthans, and Ivana Milosevic. 2. Developing Leadership Capacity: An Integration and Exploration of Ethical and Authentic Leadership Antecedents, John J. Sumanth and Sean T. Hannah. 3.A Person’s Character is the Firm Foundation: A Review and Application to Organizational Research, Lee W. Brown, Victor Isaias Gonzalez Hernandez, James Campbell Quick, and Cary Cooper. 4. The Dark Side of Authentic Leadership: Leading Dissimilar Followers Through Conflict, Marie Dasborough, Gergana Todorova, and Yuanmei Qu. 5. When Leaders Do Not Behave Ethically: A “Substitutes for Ethical Leadership” Perspective, Pedro Neves, Armenio Rego, and Miguel Pina e Cunha. 6. Moral Identity: Linking Ethical Leadership to Follower Decision Making, Monica M. Sharif and Terri A. Scandura. 7. Leader Mindfulness and Ethical Decision Making, Silke Astrid Eisenbeiss, Thomas Maak, and Nicola M. Pless. 8. A Critical Assessment of Research on Effective Leadership Behavior, Gary Yukl and John W. Michel.