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Resource‐based theories specify personal resources as a central cause and outcome of work–family conflict wherein low personal resource levels beget further resource losses, in part through increased work–family conflict. Yet, adaptation and trait theories suggest chronic factors drive stability...
Guided by social role theory, social science research has established an individual's earnings relative to their partner (i.e., their relative income) as an important indicator of various marital‐ and well‐being‐related outcomes. Yet, despite a deep interest in employee compensation systems,...
Leader self‐serving behavior has been associated with a range of adverse outcomes in the workplace. However, much remains to be explored about why and when such leader behavior emerges in organizations. This research develops and tests a theoretical framework that delineates the emotional and...
This paper is a reflection on an article by Hellmuth et al., and is part of the point‐counterpart series. In this reflection, I consider the etymological origins of the term “authenticity” and explore the existential and phenomenological aspects of authenticity, action, and leadership. In...
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