Nathan J. Hiller
Nathan J. Hiller
Associate Professor of Management, Florida International University
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Conceptualizing executive hubris: the role of (hyper‐) core self‐evaluations in strategic decision‐making
NJ Hiller, DC Hambrick
Strategic Management Journal 26 (4), 297-319, 2005
7502005
The bright-side and the dark-side of CEO personality: examining core self-evaluations, narcissism, transformational leadership, and strategic influence.
CJ Resick, DS Whitman, SM Weingarden, NJ Hiller
Journal of Applied Psychology 94 (6), 1365, 2009
6132009
Self-monitoring personality at work: a meta-analytic investigation of construct validity.
DV Day, DJ Shleicher, AL Unckless, NJ Hiller
Journal of Applied Psychology 87 (2), 390, 2002
4882002
Collective enactment of leadership roles and team effectiveness: A field study
NJ Hiller, DV Day, RJ Vance
The Leadership Quarterly 17 (4), 387-397, 2006
4822006
Searching for outcomes of leadership: A 25-year review
NJ Hiller, LA DeChurch, T Murase, D Doty
Journal of Management 37 (4), 1137-1177, 2011
3742011
Leadership across levels: Levels of leaders and their levels of impact
LA DeChurch, NJ Hiller, T Murase, D Doty, E Salas
The Leadership Quarterly 21 (6), 1069-1085, 2010
2832010
Work-unit absenteeism: Effects of satisfaction, commitment, labor market conditions, and time
JP Hausknecht, NJ Hiller, RJ Vance
Academy of management journal 51 (6), 1223-1245, 2008
2732008
CEO Career Variety: Effects on Firm-level Strategic and Social Novelty
C Crossland, J Zyung, N Hiller, D Hambrick
Academy of Management Journal, 2013
2312013
An examination of leadership beliefs and leadership self-identity: Constructs, correlates, and outcomes
NJ Hiller
The Pennsylvania State University, 2005
632005
LMX and teamwork: The challenges and opportunities of diversity
NJ Hiller, DV Day
Dealing with diversity, LMX leadership: The series 1, 29-57, 2003
532003
Benevolence and authority as WEIRDly unfamiliar: A multi-language meta-analysis of paternalistic leadership behaviors from 152 studies
NJ Hiller, HP Sin, AR Ponnapalli, S Ozgen
The Leadership Quarterly, 2019
392019
Metacritiques of upper echelons theory: Verdicts and recommendations for future research
BH Neely Jr, JB Lovelace, AP Cowen, NJ Hiller
Journal of Management 46 (6), 1029-1062, 2020
352020
Executive Leadership: CEOs, Top Management Teams, and Organizational-Level Outcomes
NJ Hiller, MM Beauchesne
The Oxford Handbook of Leadership and Organizations, 2014
252014
Understanding and measuring shared leadership in work teams
NJ Hiller
Pennsylvania State University, 2001
212001
Individual differences and group negotiation: The role of polychronicity, dominance, and decision rule
S Mohammed, T Rizzuto, NJ Hiller, DA Newman, T Chen
Negotiation and Conflict Management Research 1 (3), 282-307, 2008
172008
Different roles of shared and vertical leadership in promoting team creativity: Cultivating and synthesizing team members’ individual creativity
W He, P Hao, X Huang, L Li-Rong, NJ Hiller, SL Li
Personnel Psychology, 2019
112019
The Mindsets of a Leader
MA Maidique, NJ Hiller
MIT Sloan Management Review 59 (4), 2018
42018
Leadership Competency Builder
N Hiller, SÍ Novelli, AR Ponnapalli
42016
Truck Driving Simulator Effectiveness
A Hoskins, M El-Gindy, R Vance, N Hiller, C Goodhart
ASME International Mechanical Engineering Congress and Exposition 36282, 51-57, 2002
42002
Diminished spatial summation contributes to the age deficit in the discrimination of low-contrast vernier oscillation
NJ Hiller, DW Kline
Optometry and vision science 78 (8), 616-622, 2001
42001
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