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Benjamin Galvin

Associate Professor of Organizational Behavior and Human Resources,
Management, Department of

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Education

  • Doctor of Philosophy, Business Administration, W. P. Carey School of Business, Arizona State University, 2010
  • Master of Business Administration, Marriott School of Management, Brigham Young University, 2003
  • Bachelor of Science, American Studies, Brigham Young University, 2000

Group Affiliations

  • Academy of Management — 2005

Selected Publications

  • "Motivation to Lead: A Meta-Analysis and Distal-Proximal Model of Motivation and Leadership.", Journal of Applied Psychology, 2020
  • "Putting identification in motion: A dynamic view of organizational identification", Organizational Science, Volume 31, Issue 1, Pages 200-222, 2020
  • "An exploration of the moderating role of situational strength on the relationship between organizational identification and job outcomes.", Journal of Leadership and Organizational Studies, 2019
  • "Changing the focus of locus (of control): A targeted review of the locus of control literature and agenda for future research", Journal of Organizational Behavior, 2018
  • "Inclusive leadership: Realizing positive outcomes through belongingness and being valued for uniqueness.", Human Resource Management Review, 2018
  • "Larger than life: Narcissistic organizational identification in leadership", Organizational Dynamics, 2018
  • "Followers don’t see their leaders as real people.", Harvard Business Review, 2017
  • "Make sure your employees have good things to say about you behind your back", Harvard Business Review, 2016
  • "Narcissistic organizational identification: Seeing oneself as central to the organization’s identity", Academy of Management Review, Volume 40, Issue 2, Pages 163-181, 2015
  • "The development of motivation to lead and leader role identity.", Journal of Leadership & Organizational Studies, 2013
  • "Servant leadership: Exploring executive characteristics and firm performance", Personnel Psychology, Volume 65, Pages 565-596, 2012
  • "A multilevel systems model of leadership", Journal of Leadership & Organizational Studies, 2011
  • "Spreading the word: The role of surrogates in charismatic leadership processes", Academy of Management Review, Volume 35, Pages 477-494, 2010
  • "Visionary communication qualities as mediators of the relationship between narcissism and attributions of leader charisma", Personnel Psychology, Volume 63, Pages 509-537, 2010
  • "Alternative perspectives of responsible leadership", Organizational Dynamics, 2008
  • "Developing holistic leaders: Four domains for leadership development and practice", Human Resource Management Review, 2007
  • "Leadership development and strategic HR at a crossroads.", Human Resource Management: Contemporary Issues, Challenges, and Opportunities, 2007
  • "When group identities matter: Bias in performance appraisal.", Academy of Management Annals, 2007
  • "Leadership and organizational learning: A multiple levels perspective", The Leadership Quarterly, 2006

Awards

  • Robert A. and Wendy Whitman Fellow, 2018
  • Academy of Management Annual Meeting Outstanding Reviewer, Academy of Management, 2017
  • Academy of Management Annual Meeting Outstanding Reviewer, Academy of Management, 2016

Languages

  • Hebrew

BYU Citizenship

  • Expectations Document Committee — Committee/Council Member — 2018
  • HRM Undergraduate Major — Program Chair/Coordinator — 2018
  • Marriott School Curriculum Committee — Committee/Council Member — 2018
  • SHRM Student Club — Program Chair/Coordinator — 2018

Professional Citizenship

  • Academy of Management Collections, Editor, Associate Editor, 2020
  • Academy of Management Review, Editorial Review Board Member, 2020
  • Journal of Organizational Behavior, Editorial Review Board Member, 2020
  • Alvah H. Chapman Jr. Leadership Dissertation Award, Committee/Council Member, –2017
  • Academy of Management Review, Editorial Review Board Member, 2015–2017