Kenneth J. Harris
Kenneth J. Harris
Associate Professor of Management, Indiana University Southeast
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An investigation of abusive supervision as a predictor of performance and the meaning of work as a moderator of the relationship
KJ Harris, KM Kacmar, S Zivnuska
The leadership quarterly 18 (3), 252-263, 2007
The impact of political skill on impression management effectiveness.
KJ Harris, KM Kacmar, S Zivnuska, JD Shaw
Journal of Applied psychology 92 (1), 278, 2007
Leader–member exchange and empowerment: Direct and interactive effects on job satisfaction, turnover intentions, and performance
KJ Harris, AR Wheeler, KM Kacmar
The leadership quarterly 20 (3), 371-382, 2009
Fostering good citizenship through ethical leadership: Exploring the moderating role of gender and organizational politics.
KM Kacmar, DG Bachrach, KJ Harris, S Zivnuska
Journal of applied psychology 96 (3), 633, 2011
Too much of a good thing: The curvilinear effect of leader-member exchange on stress
KJ Harris, KM Kacmar
The Journal of social psychology 146 (1), 65-84, 2006
The mediating role of organizational job embeddedness in the LMX–outcomes relationships
KJ Harris, AR Wheeler, KM Kacmar
The leadership quarterly 22 (2), 271-281, 2011
An examination of the curvilinear relationship between leader–member exchange and intent to turnover
KJ Harris, KM Kacmar, LA Witt
Journal of organizational behavior 26 (4), 363-378, 2005
Core self-evaluations and job performance: the role of the perceived work environment.
KM Kacmar, BJ Collins, KJ Harris, TA Judge
Journal of Applied Psychology 94 (6), 1572, 2009
K Harris
Weidenfeld and Nicolson, 1995
Ethical leadership and subordinate outcomes: The mediating role of organizational politics and the moderating role of political skill
KM Kacmar, MC Andrews, KJ Harris, BJ Tepper
Journal of Business Ethics 115, 33-44, 2013
Career success implications of political skill
SY Todd, KJ Harris, RB Harris, AR Wheeler
The Journal of social psychology 149 (3), 279-304, 2009
Abusive supervisory reactions to coworker relationship conflict
KJ Harris, P Harvey, KM Kacmar
The Leadership Quarterly 22 (5), 1010-1023, 2011
Easing the strain: The buffer role of supervisors in the perceptions of politics–strain relationship
K J Harris, KM Kacmar
Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology 78 (3), 337-354, 2005
The moderating effects of justice on the relationship between organizational politics and workplace attitudes
KJ Harris, MC Andrews, KM Kacmar
Journal of Business and Psychology 22, 135-144, 2007
A test of competing models of the relationships among perceptions of organizational politics, perceived organizational support, and individual outcomes
RB Harris, KJ Harris, P Harvey
The Journal of social psychology 147 (6), 631-656, 2007
Frustration-based outcomes of entitlement and the influence of supervisor communication
P Harvey, KJ Harris
Human Relations 63 (11), 1639-1660, 2010
The emotional implications of organizational politics: A process model
CC Rosen, KJ Harris, KM Kacmar
Human relations 62 (1), 27-57, 2009
Perceptions of organizational politics and cooperation as moderators of the relationship between job strains and intent to turnover
KJ Harris, M James, R Boonthanom
Journal of Managerial issues, 26-42, 2005
Do social stressors impact everyone equally? An examination of the moderating impact of core self-evaluations
KJ Harris, P Harvey, KM Kacmar
Journal of Business and Psychology 24, 153-164, 2009
Abusive supervision and the entitled employee
P Harvey, KJ Harris, WE Gillis, MJ Martinko
The Leadership Quarterly 25 (2), 204-217, 2014
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