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Schuh, Sebastian C.

Associate Professor of Management

Email:sschuh@ceibs.edu

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    A leader in need is a leader indeed? The influence of leaders' stress mindset on their perception of employee well-being and their intended leadership behavior

    Kaluza, Antonia J.Junker, Nina M.Schuh, Sebastian C.Raesch, Paulinevon Rooy, Nathalie K.van Dick, Rolf

    Applied Psychology: An International Review , 2021

    SSCI ABDC-A

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    Do leaders condone unethical pro‐organizational employee behaviors? The complex interplay between leader organizational identification and moral disengagement

    Schuh, Sebastian C.Cai, YahuaKaluza, Antonia J.Steffens, Niklas K.David, Emily M.Haslam, Alexander

    Human Resource Management , 2021 (Early Access)

    SSCI FT ABDC-A*

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    Ambivalent Identification as a Moderator of the Link Between Organizational Identification and Counterproductive Work Behaviors

    Ciampa, V.Sirowatka, M.Schuh, S. C.Fraccaroli, F.Van Dick, R.

    Journal of Business Ethics , 2021 , 169 (1) , 119-134

    SSCI Scopus FT ABDC-A

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  • 4

    It Runs in the Family: A Goal Orientation Perspective on Parental Influence to Leadership

    Zheng, XueFarh, Jiing-Lih LarrySchuh, Sebastian C.Xin, Katherine Rong

    80th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management (AOM 2020) , 2020 , 2020 (1)

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    Person or Job? Change in Person‐Job Fit and Its Impact on Employee Work Attitudes over Time

    Kim, T.-Y.Schuh, S.Cai, Y.

    Journal of Management Studies , 2020 , 57 (2) , 287-313

    SSCI Scopus FT ABDC-A*

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    Procedural justice enactment as an instrument of position protection: The three-way interaction between leaders' power position stability, followers' warmth, and followers' competence

    Zheng, Michelle XueSchuh, Sebastian C.van Dijke, MariusDe Cremer, David

    Journal of Organizational Behavior , 2020 (Early Access)

    SSCI Scopus ABDC-A*

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    How do leaders' perceptions of organizational health climate shape employee exhaustion and engagement? Toward a cascading-effects model

    Kaluza, Antonia J.Schuh, Sebastian C.Kern, MarcelXin, Katherinevan Dick, Rolf

    Human Resource Management , 2020 , 59 (4) , 359-377

    SSCI Scopus ABDC-A*

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  • 8

    Identity and stress: an application of the expanded model of organisational identification in predicting strain at work

    Ciampa, VSteffens, NKSchuh, SCFraccaroli, Fvan Dick, R

    Work and Stress , 2019 , 33 (4) , 351-365

    SSCI ABDC-A

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    When Leaders and Followers Match: The Impact of Objective Value Congruence, Value Extremity, and Empowerment on Employee Commitment and Job Satisfaction

    Byza, Olivia A. U.Dörr, Stefan L.Schuh, Sebastian C.Maier, Günter W.

    Journal of Business Ethics , 2019 , 158 (4) , 1097-1112

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  • 10

    The Interpersonal Benefits of Leader Mindfulness: A Serial Mediation Model Linking Leader Mindfulness, Leader Procedural Justice Enactment, and Employee Exhaustion and Performance

    Schuh, S.C.Zheng, M.X.Xin, K.R.Fernandez, J.A.

    Journal of Business Ethics , 2019 , 156 (4) , 1007-1025

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