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(1) The summary of the presentation, and (2) Your thoughts on the presentation.
In this management seminar, two young researchers in the field of organizational behavior will present their research on empowering leadership and proactive followership. In the “new normal,” where more and more people will be teleworking or working virtually, “empowering leadership” can become quite important. In addition, to improve team productivity, we need to focus not only on leadership but also on followership, especially “proactive followership.” The two studies presented in this seminar provide new perspectives on leadership and followership with rigorous empirical analyses.
Dr. Sijia Zhao (Assistant Researcher, East China Normal University)
Title: Empowering leadership and organizational justice in new normal: The role of media richness and digital literacy
Dr. Jomel Wei Xuan Ng (Post-Doctoral Fellow, National University of Singapore)
Title: Paradoxical effects of proactive followership on empowering leadership: A within-dyadic analysis
Students of GSM
【The faculty members in charge】
Professor Tomoki SEKIGUCHI
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Professor Tomoki Sekiguchi, Graduate School of Management
tomoki[at]econ.kyoto-u.ac.jp (replace [at] with @)