Douglas R. May
Douglas R. May
Professor of Positive Organizational Scholarship and Business Ethics, The University of Kansas
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The psychological conditions of meaningfulness, safety and availability and the engagement of the human spirit at work
DR May, RL Gilson, LM Harter
Journal of occupational and organizational psychology 77 (1), 11-37, 2004
Unlocking the mask: A look at the process by which authentic leaders impact follower attitudes and behaviors
BJ Avolio, WL Gardner, FO Walumbwa, F Luthans, DR May
The leadership quarterly 15 (6), 801-823, 2004
“Can you see the real me?” A self-based model of authentic leader and follower development
WL Gardner, BJ Avolio, F Luthans, DR May, F Walumbwa
The leadership quarterly 16 (3), 343-372, 2005
Developing the moral component of authentic leadership.
DR May, AYL Chan, TD Hodges, BJ Avolio
Organizational dynamics, 2003
The impact of ethical leadership behavior on employee outcomes: The roles of psychological empowerment and authenticity
W Zhu, DR May, BJ Avolio
Journal of Leadership & Organizational Studies 11 (1), 16-26, 2004
Environmental ethical decision making in the US metal-finishing industry
BL Flannery, DR May
Academy of Management journal 43 (4), 642-662, 2000
Moral maturation and moral conation: A capacity approach to explaining moral thought and action
ST Hannah, BJ Avolio, DR May
Academy of Management Review 36 (4), 663-685, 2011
The role of moral intensity in ethical decision making: A review and investigation of moral recognition, evaluation, and intention
DR May, KP Pauli
Business & Society 41 (1), 84-117, 2002
Procedural justice explanations and employee reactions to economic hardship: A field experiment.
J Schaubroeck, DR May, FW Brown
Journal of applied psychology 79 (3), 455, 1994
The effects of proximity and empathy on ethical decision-making: An exploratory investigation
J Mencl, DR May
Journal of Business Ethics 85 (2), 201-226, 2009
Health care work environments, employee satisfaction, and patient safety: Care provider perspectives
C Rathert, DR May
Health care management review 32 (1), 2-11, 2007
The influence of business ethics education on moral efficacy, moral meaningfulness, and moral courage: A quasi-experimental study
DR May, MT Luth, CE Schwoerer
Journal of Business Ethics 124 (1), 67-80, 2014
General and specific self‐efficacy in the context of a training intervention to enhance performance expectancy
CE Schwoerer, DR May, EC Hollensbe, J Mencl
Human resource development quarterly 16 (1), 111-129, 2005
Cutting waste with employee involvement teams
DR May, BL Flannery
Business Horizons 38 (5), 28-39, 1995
The impact of aging on self-efficacy and computer skill acquisition
K Reed, DH Doty, DR May
Journal of Managerial Issues, 212-228, 2005
Organizational change and development: The efficacy of transformational leadership training
W Brown, D May
Journal of Management Development, 2012
Nurse moral distress: A survey identifying predictors and potential interventions
C Rathert, DR May, HS Chung
International journal of nursing studies 53, 39-49, 2016
Enhancing moral intensity: The roles of personal and consequential information in ethical decision-making
LD Watley, DR May
Journal of Business Ethics 50 (2), 105-126, 2004
Social uncertainty and interdependence: A study of resource allocation decisions in groups
JA Sniezek, DR May, JE Sawyer
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 46 (2), 155-180, 1990
Does ethical membership matter? Moral identification and its organizational implications.
DR May, YK Chang, R Shao
Journal of applied psychology 100 (3), 681, 2015
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