Calls & Announcements
Call for Papers
Kenneth E. Clark Student Research Award
The Center for Creative Leadership is sponsoring the Kenneth E. Clark Student Research Award, our annual competition to recognize outstanding unpublished papers by undergraduate and graduate students. Winner will receive a prize of $1,500 and a trip to the Center to present the paper in a colloquium.
Submissions may be either empirically or conceptually based, and the contents should focus on some aspect of leadership or leadership development.
Submissions will be judged by (a) degree to which the paper addresses issues and trends that are significant to the study of leadership, (b) extent to which the paper shows consideration of the relevant theoretical and empirical literature, (c) extent to which the paper makes a conceptual or empirical contribution, (d) implications of the research for application to leadership identification and development. Researchers associated with the Center will anonymously review papers.
Papers must be authored and submitted only by graduate (must have graduated within 1 year of submission due date) or undergraduate students. Entrants must provide a letter from a faculty member certifying that a student wrote the paper. Entrants should submit four copies of an article-length paper. Name of the
author(s) should appear only on the title page of the paper. Title page should include authors affiliations, mailing addresses, and telephone numbers.
Papers are limited to 30 double-spaced pages, including title page, abstract, tables, figures, notes, and references. Papers should be prepared according to current edition of the
Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association.
Entries (accompanied by faculty letters) must be received by September 9, 2005. Winning paper will be announced by November 18, 2005. Submit entries to
Dave Altman, VP Leadership & Innovation, Center for Creative Leadership, One Leadership Place, P.O. Box 26300, Greensboro, N.C. 27438-6300.
Call for Papers
Special Issue on Global Diversity Management
International Journal of Human Resource Management
There has been an explosion of research on diversity in organizations in the last 2 decades. However, the vast majority of research in the area of diversity has been conducted by U.S. researchers utilizing U.S. samples with a focus on domestic diversity issues. Although this research has been impressive, because of its domestic focus, it fails to address the issues that are of concern to organizations in the face of rapidly increasing globalization. This special issue will seek contributions that address the following questions, among others, regarding global diversity management:
1. Are there differences in the group membership characteristics along which discrimination is a concern across cultures?
2. Is it possible to meaningfully discuss individual and group experiences of discrimination across countries despite cross-cultural differences in the meanings attached to and acceptability of certain behaviors?
3. How do legal protections against discrimination differ across cultures?
4. What are the major cross-cultural differences in the way that diversity and inclusion are managed?
5. To what extent do existing models of diversity management contain western cultural biases that would make them inappropriate for implementation in other cultural contexts?
6. What is the extent to which existing models of diversity management (which have been developed to manage domestic diversity) are appropriate for managing multicultural diversity in a global context? What unique factors need to be considered within the multicultural context?
7. How do multinational organizations negotiate localization and globalization of their diversity management practices?
8. What are the processes and practices involved with global inclusion at the individual, group, and organizational levels of analysis?
Lisa Nishii (Cornell University, Industrial and Labor Relations)
Mustafa Ozbilgin (Queen Mary, University of London)
Submission Deadline: November 1, 2005.
For more information contact Lisa Nishii at email@example.com.
Call for Papers
European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology Special Issue:
Psychological and Organizational Climate Research From
Different Cultural Perspectives
Differences in culture (e.g., focusing on individuals vs. collectives) and research traditions have cultivated different ways of looking at work climate. For instance, the quantitative Anglo-American approach tends to focus on the measurement of specific climate dimensions at the individual level of analysis (i.e., psychological climate), and the data aggregation for studying climate at the organizational level of analysis. This focus is in contrast to climate research in some European countries, which is characterized as a more phenomenologically oriented approach to global assessments of climate at the organization level of analysis. Cultural differences impact not only the content and nature of climate measures but also may influence the types of criteria that are focused on in relation to what workers value versus what work organizations value.
The purpose of this special issue is to publish original research on work climate from different cultural perspectives and research traditions. The selected articles will illustrate how climate research within different countries and cultures is both different and complementary, and offer progress toward advancing research and practice on work climate. Contributions dealing with all aspects of research on work climate will be considered.
The special issue will be guest edited by Alessia DAmato (University of Surrey) and Michael Burke (Tulane University). Questions concerning possible submissions from countries within the European Union can be directed to
Alessia DAmato (firstname.lastname@example.org) and from outside the European Union to Michael Burke
Manuscripts should be prepared following the guidelines in the APA Publication Manual (5th ed.). Please e-mail your manuscript in a standard document format such as Word, Rich Text Format, or PDF to
All submissions will be peer reviewed.
Manuscripts are to be submitted by October 31, 2005.
Call for Papers
Consider Organization Science as an outlet for your research.
Organization Science is published by the Institute for Operations Research and Management Science (INFORMS). It aims to publish research about organizations by scholars from a variety of disciplines.
Organization Science is recognized by the Social Science Citation Index as one of the most influential management journals and is used by publications such as the
Financial Times to measure the research accomplishments of business school faculty. More information about
Organization Science can be found at http://orgsci.pubs.informs.org/.
We have a fantastic group of senior editors at Organization Science, including members of the Society of Industrial and Organizational Psychology (SIOP).
We operate in a decentralized fashion at Organization Science because we believe decentralization promotes the diversity, quality, and innovativeness of articles appearing in the journal. Senior editors have the authority to decide about manuscripts. Authors have the opportunity to suggest appropriate senior editors and reviewers.
Several upcoming special issues may be of interest to SIOP members:
A Behavioral Theory of the Firm40 Years and Counting
Innovation at and Across Multiple Levels of Analysis
Information Technology and Organizational Form and Function
More information can be found at http://web.gsia.cmu.edu/orgsci/special_issue.htm.
For more information about the journal, please contact Linda Argote,
Editor-In-Chief, David M. and Barbara A. Kirr Professor of Organizational
Behavior, David A. Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University,
Pittsburgh, PA 15213-3890, Phone: (412) 268-3683, Fax: (412) 268-9525, email@example.com.
Call for Papers
Fifth International Conference on Emotions and Organizational
Life (EMONET V) Atlanta, GA, August 1012, 2006
Researchers interested in studying emotions in organizational settings are invited to submit papers for the Fifth Conference on Emotions and Organizational Life
(Emonet V), to be held in Atlanta, Georgia, August 1012, 2006. Theoretical or empirical papers are invited on any topic of relevance to the study of emotions at work, including the determinants of emotion, the nature and description of emotion, and processes and effects of emotion at organizational, team, and individual levels.
The deadline for receipt of papers is March 31, 2006. Papers should be submitted via the Emonet Web site (see below) and will be subject to blind review. The format is to follow the submission guidelines for the Academy of Management
(http://www.aomonline.org). A brief statement of your preference for presentation format (e.g., panel discussion, workshop, traditional presentations) should accompany your submission.
Conference papers can also be considered for inclusion in Volumes 3 and 4 of the JAI/Elsevier Science Annual Series,
Research on Emotion in Organizations. Authors who will be unable to attend the conference are also invited to submit their papers to be considered for inclusion in the book. These papers will be subject to the same review process as the conference papers. Authors should indicate whether they wish to have their work reviewed for presentation at the conference, the book, or both. At least one of the authors of a paper accepted for the conference must be present at the conference.
Papers for Emonet V are to be submitted via the conference submission links on the Emonet Web site:
http://www.uq.edu.au/emonet/. For more information, go to the Web site or e-mail one of the conference co-chairs:
Neal M. Ashkanasy (UQ Business School, University of Queensland), firstname.lastname@example.org; Charmine E. J. Hrtel
(Deakin Business School Deakin University), email@example.com; or Wilfred J. Zerbe
(Haskayne Business School, University of Calgary), firstname.lastname@example.org.
Join the International Association of Applied Psychology (IAAP) and become part of a worldwide group of psychologists in more than 80 countries. Register now! Simply go to our Web site:
The 26th International Congress of Applied Psychology (ICAP2006) of the International Association of Applied Psychology is scheduled for July 1621, 2006 and will be held in Athens, Greece. Participants are welcome from around the world. For details, see our Web site:
http://www.erasmus.gr. If you have questions, send an e-mail to the organizers:
News from the American Board of Organizational and Business
Consulting Psychology (ABOBCP, a specialty board of the American Board of Professional Psychology)
There have been several changes in the American Board of Organizational and Business Consulting Psychology
(ABOBCP) over the past year. The Board, formerly known as the American Board of Industrial and Organizational Psychology, has been rerecognized as a specialty area by the American Board of Professional Psychology
(ABPP). This recognition resulted from the extensive efforts of Bill Amberg, past president, in revitalizing the board and increasing the number of
diplomates. Other changes include the election of a new president, Jay Thomas (Pacific University), and three new board members: Dennis Doverspike (University of Akron), Judith Blanton
(RHR International), and Steve Marshall (Marshall Leadership Consulting). The board recognizes advanced levels of expertise in I-O and consulting psychologists. Applications are invited for both regular track (5 years post-doctoral experience) and senior track (15 years postdoctoral experience) candidates. More information is available at
Update...Health Care for the Whole Person (HCWP), one of APA president Ron Levants exciting presidential initiatives, is growing by leaps and bounds. Chaired by Margaret Heldring PhD, HCWP is about mending the mindbody gap and improving the quality of health care in our nation. Levant and Heldring are building a strong partnership of health, consumer, and public health groups to endorse a vision of health care that integrates mental and behavioral health services. Eight committees, each chaired by a psychologist, include nearly 100 psychologists, family physicians, pediatricians, economists, nurses, social workers, emergency medicine physicians, internists, and public health experts working together to assemble the evidence and rationale for integrated care. Committees span science to practice to policy. Each will produce a report addressing issues such as clinical examples, culture and disparities, the economics of integration, and rural health issues.
As of April 22, 2005, the following organizations have signed on as partners:
The American Public Health Association
The American College of Nurse Practitioners
Association of Academic Health Centers
Center for the Advancement of Health
Society for Behavioral Medicine
Collaborative Family Health Care Association
National Association of County and City Health Officials
The American Nurses Association
We are working with a number of other health professions professional associations to encourage their participation as well. Several other organizations are close to confirming, so watch for updates.
Drs. Levant and Heldring and the task force members are excited to see HCWP shape up as a powerful providerconsumer voice on behalf of improved health care and health for all Americans. We look forward to providing you with ongoing updates as this important work continues.
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