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The Hazard of Teetering at the Top and Being Tied to the Bottom: The Interactive Relationship of Power, Stability, and Social Dominance Orientation with Work Stress
This study examines the roles of power, stability, and social dominance orientation (SDO) for work stress. Initial laboratory research has demonstrated that power and the stability of one's power
Contextualizing the Impostor “Syndrome”
TLDR
It is argued that it is critical for future research to consider the important role of the environment in eliciting their impostor feelings as well, and address the contextual roots of individuals’ imposter feelings, and offer more structural and effective solutions.
Antecedents of leaders' power sharing: The roles of power instability and distrust
Although previous research has identified various beneficial consequences of power sharing, less research has examined antecedents of leaders’ power sharing. To address this gap, across five studies,
"The Interactive Relationship of Power, Stability, and Social Dominance Orientation with Work Stress"
This study examines the roles of power, stability, and social dominance orientation (SDO) for managers’ work stress. Initial laboratory research has demonstrated that the effects of power on stress
Power in organizational life: An investigation of how stable and unstable power affect important organizational and leadership outcomes
Power is a fundamental feature of organizational life. Considering the important role of power in organizations, it seems crucial to understand how power affects its beholders. This dissertation