RRBM Honor Roll
The RRBM Honor Roll publications have been selected as examples of research that is both rigorous and relevant. The listing below offers credible insights for society.
These publications have been selected for the RRBM Honor Roll by the Selection Board with the exception of 2019 articles selected by a pre-test review panel.
|Nature of the publication||Journal article|
|Title of the publication||Inclusive leadership: How leaders sustain or discourage work group inclusion.|
|Journal name/Book publisher||Group and Organization Management|
Research on leader inclusion has continued to proliferate. However, most of the research has not focused on the importance of leader inclusion for employees with marginalized social identities. Based on Shore, Randel, Chung, Dean, Ehrhart, and Singh’s (2011) model of work group inclusion consisting of fulfillment of needs for belongingness and value in uniqueness, we describe four different leadership orientations including leader inclusion, exclusion, assimilation, and differentiation. Three psychological mechanisms that result when employees feel included by the leader are discussed, consisting of psychological safety, psychological empowerment, and work group identification. While leader inclusion has been shown to be beneficial to employees generally, this article provides increased attention to the particular importance of leader inclusion for employees who are members of marginalized social identity groups.
|Author #1||Lynn M Shore|
|Affiliation Author #1||Colorado State University|
|Author #2||Beth G Chung|
|Affiliation Author #2||San Diego State University|