7 July 2020
Dr Monica Tang, DBA graduate, presented her paper in Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology 35th Annual Conference
Dr Monica Tang, graduated in 2019, has recently presented her paper as a poster, co-authored with Dr Catherine Lam of our Department of Management, in Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (SIOP) 35th Annual Conference.
The paper “Skip-Level Participation and Helping Behavior: The Role of Leader-Leader Exchange" is about employees’ helping behaviors. It suggests participative leadership behaviors of leaders higher up (coined skip-level participation) may promote these helping behaviors. A skip-level leader is the leader above the direct leader of a focal employee. Her research shows that skip-level participation positively influences a focal employee’s helping behaviors by influencing his/her organization-based self-esteem and job satisfaction.
SIOP is a division within American Psychological Association (APA). The Society's mission is to enhance human well-being and performance in organizational and work settings by promoting the science, practice, and teaching of industrial-organizational psychology.