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2016 Poster Award Honorable Mention: The Role of Coaching and Mentoring in Building a Meaningful Pathway From Childhood to a Chosen Profession and in the Development of Key Skills for the 21st Century

The poster presents a study to evaluate the effectiveness of coaching on the development of creativity, resilience and social skills in healthy teenage boys. The design is a mixed-methods/ pre-post measures. While still a pilot study, it illustrates significant increases in creativity and social skills were confirmed, though not in resilience....

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The Leadership Quarterly

Leaders' responses to creative deviance: Differential effects on subsequent creative deviance and creative performance

Leaders routinely reject employees' new ideas, and some employees violate leaders' instructions in order to keep their rejected ideas alive. These incidents of creative deviance are usually examined in terms of the personal characteristics of employees and the structural properties of the work context....

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The Leadership Quarterly

Perils of being close to a bad leader in a bad environment: Exploring the combined effects of despotic leadership, leader member exchange, and perceived organizational politics on behaviors

Using social exchange theory, we propose a three-way interaction of despotic leadership, leader member exchange (LMX), and perceived organizational politics (POP) to predict employee job performance, organizational citizenship behaviors (OCBs), and creativity....

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The Leadership Quarterly

The effects of ethical leadership, voice behavior and climates for innovation on creativity: A moderated mediation examination

The study of ethical leadership has emerged as an important topic in relation to understanding the effects of leadership within organizations. We propose that the voice behavior of employees serves as a mechanism reflecting how ethical leadership affects individual creativity....

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The Leadership Quarterly

Transformational leadership and follower creativity: The mediating role of follower relational identification and the moderating role of leader creativity expectations

We examined follower relational identification with the leader as a mediator and follower perceptions of leader creativity expectations as a moderator in the relationship between transformational leadership and follower creativity....

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2012 Conference Video: Creative Brainsets in Coaching

Shelley Carson, PhD, present "Creative Brainsets in Coaching" at the 2012 Coaching in Leadership and Healthcare Conference.

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The Leadership Quarterly

I get by with a little help from my supervisor: Creative-idea generation idea implementation and perceived supervisor support

In two studies using both field (165 employees and their 24 direct supervisors from a manufacturing firm in Study 1) and experimental (123 second-year undergraduate student participants in lab Study 2) data we explore how perceived supervisor support acts as a crucial contingency that enables higher levels of idea implementation from creative-id...

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Coaching and Mentoring Journal

What coaches can learn from the history of jazz-based improvisation: A conceptual analysis

From early jazz to current sub-styles the key component improvisation is thought to also be important to the coaching process. Improvisation in jazz can be conceptually linked to the dynamic interactional relationships such as those found in coaching....

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The Leadership Quarterly

Leadership of highly creative people in highly creative fields: A historiometric study of scientific leaders

In recent years there has been a marked increase in the study of the influence of leadership on creativity and the effects of this relationship on organizational performance....

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The Leadership Quarterly

Evidence for a curvilinear relationship between abusive supervision and creativity in South Korea

Applying activation theory this study examined the possibility of a curvilinear relationship between abusive supervision and employee creativity. Using survey responses of 203...

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