【全球胜任力讲座十三】The Social Consequences of Voice: Will People Who Speak Up Emerge As Leaders?

时间:2022-09-23         阅读:

光华讲坛——海外名家讲座第43期


主题:【全球胜任力讲座十三】The Social Consequences of Voice: Will People Who Speak Up Emerge As Leaders?

主讲人:特拉华大学 KYLE EMICH副教授

时间:9月23日 21:20-22:20

举办地点:ZOOM,会议ID: 884 3153 0498

主办单位:特拉华数据科学学院 国际交流与合作处 科研处

主讲人简介

KYLE EMICH is an associate professor of management in University of Delaware.

His expertise areas:

Studies group dynamics and performance in work settings.

Examines how emotions influence cognitive processing; for example, people’s creativity, morality and decision making.

Can discuss eSports and its impact on professional teams and leagues.

KYLE EMICH是特拉华大学管理学副教授。

他的专业领域:

研究工作环境中的集体动态和绩效。

研究情绪如何影响认知过程;例如,如何影响人们的创造力、道德和决策等。

研究电子竞技及其对专业团队和联盟的影响。

内容简介:In this presentation, I plan to explore the impact of two types of voice on peer-rated social status and subsequent leader emergence.

Across two studies - a three-wave field study and an experiment—we find that speaking up promotively (with new ideas), but not prohibitively (about stopped existing strategies), is positively and indirectly related to leader emergence via status, and that this relationship is conditional on various factors of the speaker. Specifically, some people who spoke up promotively benefited more in terms of status and leader emergence, compared to some others with different situations.

This research extends our understanding of the outcomes of voice by articulating how it impacts one’s place in his or her group’s social structure, and ultimately whether he or she is seen as a leader. We also add to our understanding of leader emergence by suggesting that talking a lot or participating at a high level in a group may not be enough to emerge as a leader - it also depends on how you do it and who you are.

在讲座中,我主要和大家分享我的研究,即两种表达(发言形式)对同龄人社会地位和领导形成的影响。

通过两项研究—— 一项三波的实地研究和一项实验 ——我们发现,积极地(用新的想法)而不是禁止性地(关于停止的现有策略)表达与领导者地位的出现有着积极和间接的关系。具体而言,在地位和领导涌现方面,同比之下积极表达的人相对受益较大。

这项研究通过阐明表达(发言)如何影响一个人在其群体社会结构中的地位,以及最终他或她是否被视为领导者,扩展了我们对表达结果的理解。我们还建议,在团队中多说话或高水平参与可能不足以成为领导者,这也取决于你如何做以及你是谁,从而加深了我们对领导者的形成的理解。