Call for Papers
Meta-Analysis: Call for Unpublished Data on the Effects of Quotas and Targets for Women in Leadership
The Centre for Ethical Leadership is currently conducting a meta-analysis focussing on the use and the effects of establishing targets or quotas for women in leadership roles.
We are in the process of conducting an exhaustive search of the published literature, and are now making a call to gather any remaining findings that are unpublished, or soon to be published. We are also interested in unpublished thesis data. Specifically, we are interested in studies that explore one or more of the following outcome factors:
- The effects of quotas/targets on the numbers or proportions of female leaders in organisational units, organisations or industries;
- The effects of quotas/targets on the performance, attitudes or any other outcomes related to the female leader selected when targets/quotas are in place for females;
- The effects of quotas/targets on the performance, attitudes levels of support or any other factors related to the colleagues of female leader when targets/quotas are in place;
- The effects of quotas/targets on any other factors or characteristics of the organisations, industries or businesses that implement them.
If you believe your study qualifies for inclusion, we are requesting details about the characteristics of your sample, and then the associated means and variability (i.e., SD/SE). The associated effects sizes are also desirable.
You can contribute your unpublished data by following the link below:
Alternatively, you can email Joel Anderson, at email@example.com with the details of your data, or with any other questions pertaining to our meta-analysis.
Deadline for submitting: December 31, 2014
Posted: November 19, 2014
IACM 2015 Call for Conference Submissions
We are excited to announce the 28th Annual Conference of the IACM (International Association for Conflict Management) will take place from 28 June to 1 July 2015 at the Hilton Clearwater Beach, Florida, USA. Please join us for a resort-style conference on one of the most beautiful beaches in the United States.
IACM was founded to encourage scholars and practitioners to develop and disseminate theory, research, and experience that is useful for understanding and improving conflict management in family, organizational, societal, and international settings. The conference will present new and unpublished negotiation and conflict management work.
To view the call for submissions go to:
I look forward to seeing you at the IACM 2015 Conference!
Cynthia Wang, 2015 IACM Program Chair
Posted: October 7, 2014
Meta-analysis social power: Call for (unpublished) studies
We are in the process of preparing a meta-analysis on the cognitive and behavioral effects of social Power, and are trying to find unpublished studies or published studies that may not come up in a digital literature search.
We wish to include studies examining the cognitive and behavioral effects of having high social power (vs. having low power, or no power, or unknown power). These include studies in which (real life) power differences are measured as well as (experimental) studies in which power differences are manipulated.
As dependent variables, we are particularly interested in finding studies that assess cognitive effects of social power, including information processing, risk estimations (in relation to decision making), and stereotyping or objectification in person perception. In addition, we wish to collect studies examining behavioral effects of social power, including self-interested vs. other-focused (caring, helping) behavior, action orientation, and risk taking.
If you have conducted a study on social power that meets these criteria, please submit your contact information and upload a PDF containing relevant study details through the following link: https://uleidenss.eu.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_09hkTUvji9jzLmZ
Frank De Wit (Melbourne Business School), Naomi Ellemers (Leiden University), Kai Sassenberg (University of Tübingen), Daan Scheepers (Leiden University), and Annika Scholl (University of Tübingen)
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Posted: October 2, 2014
Workshop on Research Advances in Organizational Behavior and Human Resources Management
Université Paris-Dauphine, DRM
May 12 to 13, 2015
Talya Bauer (Portland State University)
Neil Conway (Royal Holloway, University of London)
Jacqueline Coyle-Shapiro (London School of Economics)
Robert Liden (University of Illinois at Chicago)
Denise Rousseau (Carnegie Mellon University)
Lynn Shore (Colorado State University)
Topics : work motivation, workplace commitment, organizational justice, psychological contract, organizational trust, diversity, social exchange theories, employment relationships, leadership, work and health, high performance work systems, HRM policies and practices, compensation management, socialization...
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Posted: October 2, 2014
American Psychological Association Convention 2015 – Toronto, Canada
The 2015 APA Annual Convention will be located in Toronto, Canada, next August 6th through 9th, 2015 There are two opportunities to submit your research: Collaborative Programming and Traditional Programming.
The deadline for Collaborative Programming for the 2015 convention is quickly approaching (October 15, 2014). A 300-word general summary and a 300-word summary of each participant’s contribution are required for the submission. This programming type has a symposium format (e.g., 3 to 4 papers, opportunity for a discussant), and requires topics that cross divisions (Div 14 with Consulting, Health, Trauma, and/or International, etc… ). The presenters do not necessarily need to be from multiple divisions, but the topics need to represent interests of multiple divisions. The Collaborative Programming is organized around themes relevant to psychologists today. The themes that will be featured at the 2015 meeting:
- Competencies at the Intersections of Diversities
- The Promises and Pitfalls of Technology
- Disparities in Health, Wellness, Justice, and Education
- The Psychology of Work and Group Dynamics
- Emerging Areas of Science, Practice and Education: Lifelong Learning for Psychologists
- Violence, Bullying, Victimization, and Trauma
- Embracing Interdisciplinarity: Reaching Out Beyond Psychology
The deadline for the Traditional Programming is December 1, 2014.Proposals for 50-minute symposia, posters, and papers in any area of I-O psychology are invited, especially those that address Division 14’s theme this year, “Replication and Discovery: How to use our science to uncover truths and solve real organizational problems.” For posters and papersa 250–500-word summary is required that includes statement of the problem, participants, procedure, results, and conclusions. Symposia require a 300-word general summary and a 300-word summary of each participant’s contribution.
Please find all the information at the APA website: http://www.apa.org/convention/proposals.aspx
If you have any questions, please contact Ann Huffman, Division 14 APA Program Chair (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Posted: September 10, 2014
Inaugural International Convention of Psychological Science (ICPS)
12-14 March 2015 in Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Call for Submissions Open
Symposium Deadline: 17 September 2014
Poster Deadline: 30 September 2014
The Association for Psychological Science and the members of the Initiative for Integrative Psychological Science invite the international community of psychological scientists and related disciplines to a major new event: the International Convention of Psychological Science. ICPS attendees will hear the latest scientific findings across several broad themes, and through the unique pairing of symposia and methodological workshops, will learn valuable skills to further the body of knowledge in ways that are only possible through an integrative focus. ICPS speakers are among the world's most distinguished scientists and form an innovative,first-of-its-kind program in psychological science. The keynote speakers are Stanislas Dehaene, George Lakoff, and Terrie E. Moffitt.
ICPS welcomes research submissions from all branches of psychological science and related fields. In presenting your research at ICPS, you will be connecting with other scientists whose work will be complementary to your own, and you will find yourself being part of a combined endeavor that exemplifies integrative science. To learn more, visit www.icps-2015.org.
Posted: June 26, 2014
CALL FOR PROPOSALS - SOCIETY OF CONSULTING PSYCHOLOGY
(1) INAUGURAL INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS ON COACHING PSYCHOLOGY AND
(2) ANNUAL MID-WINTER CONFERENCE - CONSULTING PSYCHOLOGY
TWO CONFERENCES IN ONE FABULOUS WEEK IN SAN DIEGO - FEBRUARY 3-8, 2015
On behalf of the Society of Consulting Psychology, Division 13 of the APA, we invite you to submit your program proposal for EITHER or BOTH of two exciting conference that we will be hosting in one fabulous week in San Diego, California in FEBRUARY 2015.
The focus of both these conferences is EXCELLENCE IN PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE OF CONSULTING AND PSYCHOLOGY. Their respective themes are:
- International Congress on Coaching Psychology: "EXCELLENCE ACROSS BORDERS"
- Society of Consulting Psychology's Annual Mid-Winter Conference: "FIT TO CONSULT?"/ Strengthen - Stretch - Test"
Please distribute the attached CALL FOR PROPOSALS to all of your members. Deadlines for submission are:
- Workshops - JUNE 20
- Symposia and Breakouts - JULY 18
- Poster - INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS, AUGUST 1 & MWC, SEPTEMBER 12
We look forward to receiving your proposals -- and to seeing you in San Diego next February!
Submit your proposal here: http://goo.gl/APQ53C
Posted: June 16, 2014
Special Issue of Leadership Quarterly on Gender and Leadership
Alice Eagly, Northwestern Unversity
Madeline Heilman, New York University
Among researchers across many academic fields, attention to the effects of gender on leadership has escalated in the past twenty years. Web of Knowledge thus reports that the topic identified by combining leader/leadership with gender yielded only 17 published articles in 1990 but 346 articles in 2012. The overriding question addressed by most authors remains why women are not better represented in leader roles. This question can be partitioned into many specific questions concerning, for example, the leadership styles and traits of female and male leaders and prejudicial reactions to female leaders. Researchers in many academic fields have contributed to these and many topics.
Consistent with Leadership Quarterly’s identity as “An International Journal of Political, Social and Behavioral Science,” the aim of the special issue is to take stock of what is known about gender and leadership across science fields. This forum is intended to give readers wide exposure to scholarship on gender and leadership. Therefore, in this special issue, we particularly welcome focused reviews of empirical research on particular topics within the broad area of gender and leadership. Sample topics include the following:
- Does stereotype threat deter women from becoming leaders?
- Are men more ambitious than women for leader roles?
- Are potential women leaders targets of prejudice and discrimination?
- Do women leaders experience backlash for their directive behaviors?
- How do gender and race interact in influencing access to leader roles and reactions to leaders?
- Do women generally follow different paths than men in attaining leader roles?
- Do female leaders have different goals than male leaders?
- What are the effects of establishing quotas for women in leadership roles?
- Do women tend to advocate for different policies than men do when holding political office?
- Have media representations of female leaders changed in recent decades?
- Under what circumstances have women emerged as heads of state?
Answering these or other questions will communicate research on gender and leadership, in its many traditions and fields of study, to a wide audience of interested readers. The deadline for submitting manuscripts though the Elsevier submission portal (http://ees.elsevier.com/leaqua/) is 31 March 2015. Submissions should have no more than 35 pages of text. Authors invited to revise their papers should expect to resubmit by 31 October 2015, with final submissions due approximately 1 December 2015. The special issue will be published in the summer of 2016.
Posted: April 17, 2014
Leadership Quarterly Special Issue Call for Proposals
Collective and Network Approaches to Leadership
Guest Editors: Kristin L. Cullen & Francis J. Yammarino
This special issue invites submissions that examine the formal and informal leadership of and underlying collectives, networks, and systems. Substantial progress in theory development regarding how collectives engage in leadership has occurred, with approaches emphasizing the importance of informal leadership, which can emerge or reside in systems and network connections among people with shared work. Greater testing and theory refinement is needed. Empirical articles employing rigorous quantitative or qualitative methods with a focus on collective leadership, leadership networks, or leaders understanding and use of networks and systems for collective leadership are welcome as submissions to this special issue as are exemplary theoretical, conceptual, narrative review and methodological papers. The relationship between networks and systems and individual leader's success is not the focus of the special issue. However, articles addressing leader's role in building collective leadership through the development of networks and systems as well as articles examining collective leadership and leadership networks and their development and consequences are welcome. Manuscripts that connect formal and collective leadership and studies that take a longitudinal perspective with a focus on collective leadership development are of particular interest.
Deadline for submission of manuscripts is February 1, 2015.
The corresponding author should register in the system and then submit the manuscript on behalf of all the authors of the manuscript. Please make sure that when submitting to the system, authors select the article type for the Special Issue on Collective and Network Approaches.
Dr. Kristin L. Cullen, Center for Creative Leadership: email@example.com
Dr. Francis J. Yammarino, Binghamton University: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please see the full call: HERE.
Posted: April 17, 2014
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