Past Winners of the Kenneth E. Clark Student Research Award

Aleka MacLellan

2017

Aleka MacLellan, Talent & Leadership Development Consultant, LHH Knightsbridge

The Role of Leaders in Motivating Their Subordinates at Work


Kyoung Yong Kim

2016

Kyoung Yong Kim, City University of Hong Kong

Supportive Leadership: A Conditional Process Model Linking Leadership, Climate, and Horizontal Relationships Between Subordinates

2015

Deirdre P. Dixon, University of Tampa

Staying Alive: The Experience of In Extremis Leadership

2014

Emily Grijalva, University of Buffalo, The State University of New York

Narcissism and Leadership: A Meta-Analytic Review of Linear and Nonlinear Relationships


2013

Chenwei Liao, University of Illinois

Divergent Effects of Leader-Member Exchange Differentiation on Individual and Group Outcomes: A Multilevel Analysis

2012

Taylor E. Sparks, University of Georgia

'What Do You Give Me?' Versus 'What Do You Mean to Me?': Exploring the Impact of Ethical Leadership and Abusive Supervision on Employee Well-Being

2011

Brian C. Gunia, Northwestern University

The Blame-Taker's Dilemma: Actions and Reactions in the Wake of Organizational Failure


2010

Dong Liu, University of Washington
with co-authors Ho Kwong Kwan, Drexel University, and Greg Fisher, University of Washington

Founding CEOs' Core Self-Evaluations and New Venture Performance: A Longitudinal Multilevel Analysis

2009

Marisa Adelman, University of NC at Charlotte

The Relationship between Dysfunctional Interpersonal Tendencies, Derailment Potential, and Turnover

2008 Hakan Ener, INSEAD Business School
Leadership Experience and Organizational Learning

2007 Robyn Brouer, Hofstra University
The role of political skill in the leadership process-work outcomes relationships

2006 Herman Tse, University of Queensland Business School
Understanding leader-follower and team-member Exchange Relationships in Teams: A multilevel investigation

2005 Franklin Kudo
Transformational leadership development in adolescent youth: Authoritative parenting, and the mediating effect of psychological autonomy and mastery orientation

2004 Lisa Boyce
Propensity for Self-Development of Leadership Attributes: Understanding, Predicting, and Supporting Performance of Leader Self-Development

2003 Marie Dasborough, University of Queensland Business School
Cognitive Asymmetry in Employee Affective Reactions to Leadership Behaviors

2002 Nathan Hiller
Understanding and measuring shared leadership in work teams

2002 Honorable Mention Kevin S. Groves, Claremont McKenna College
Leader social and emotional skills and follower openness to organizational change as key components of

2002 Honorable Mention Z. William Todorovic & Francine Schlosser, University of Waterloo, Ontario
Understanding the influence of leader and follower behaviors on a firm's entrepreneurial orientation – performance linkage

2001 Tomas R. Giberson
Embedding Leader Traits: Leadership's Role in the

2000 Jeffrey C. Kohles
The Vision Integration Process: Leadership, Communication, and a Reconceptualization of Vision

1999 Michael E. Brown
The Needle in the Haystack: looking for ethics in

1998 Sheila Simsarian Webber
Leadership and Trust Facilitating Cross-functional Team Success

1997 Mohan Thite, University of Queensland Business School
Identifying Key Characteristics of Technical Project Leadership

1997 Debra Baker Beck
Called to Service: Developing a Workable Model for Nonprofit and Grassroots Organizations

1996 Graduate Category Stuart J.M. Weierter, University of Queensland Business School
Who Wants to Play Follow the Leader? A theory of charismatic relationships based on routinized charisma and follower characteristics

1996 Undergraduate Category Duane Covrig
Moral Administration: Dealing with Ethical Routines, Challenges and Dilemmas

1996 Undergraduate Category Marguerite Schneider
A Stakeholder Theory of Managerial Leadership