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Haoying Xu

Doctoral Student in Business Administration: Human Resource Management

Department of Managerial Studies

Contact

Building & Room:

University Hall

Address:

601 S. Morgan St.

Office Phone:

(312) 687-3687

Email:

hxu62@uic.edu

CV Link:

Haoying Xu

About

Research Interests:

  • Leadership
  • Workplace Relationships
  • Teams/Groups

Classes Taught:

  • MGMT 453: Human Resource Management
  • MGMT 452: Organizational Behavior

Selected Publications

Peer Reviewed Journal Publications:

  • Pan, J., Zheng, X., Xu. H., Li, J.*, & Lam, C. K. What if my coworker builds a better relationship with my leader? An emotional perspective to understand how and when lower LMX social comparison is associated with learning and undermining behaviors. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 42, 1144–1167.
    *The first three authors made equal contributions and share equal authorship.
  • Wang, Z., Xing, L., Xu, H., & Hannah, S. T. (2021). “Not all followers socially learn from ethical leaders: The roles of followers’ moral identity and leader identification in the ethical leadership process.” Journal of Business Ethics, 170, 449–469.
  • Wang, Z., & Xu, H.* (2019). “When and for whom ethical leadership is more or less effective in eliciting work meaningfulness and positive attitudes: The moderating roles of core self-evaluation and perceived organizational support.” Journal of Business Ethics, 156, 919–940.
    *The authors made equal contributions and share equal authorship.
  • Wang, Z., Xu, H., & Liu, Y.* (2018). “Servant leadership as a driver of employee service performance: Test of a trickle-down model and its boundary conditions. Human Relations,” 79, 1179–1203.
    *The authors made equal contributions and share equal authorship
  • Wang, Z., Xu, H., & Liu, Y. (2018). “How does ethical leadership trickle down? Test of an integrative dual-process model.” Journal of Business Ethics, 153, 691–705.

Guest Editorial:

  • Avery, D., Bharanitharan, D., Dumas, T., George, E., Joshi, A., Loyd, D. L., Van Knippenberg, D., Wang, M., & Xu, H.* “Racial biases in the publication process: Exploring expressions and solutions.” Conditionally accepted by the Journal of Management.
    *Authors contributed equally and the author line-up is alphabetical

Book Chapter:

  • Xu, H., Zhong, M., & Liden, R. C. (2020). “The state of the art in academic servant leadership research: A systematic review.” In J. C. Burkhardt, & J. Y. Joslin (Eds.), Inspiration for servant leaders: Lessons from fifty years of research and practice. Atlanta, GA: Greenleaf Center for Servant Leadership.

Service to Community

Student Representative, 2019 to present

  • Academy of Management Organizational Behavior Division

Notable Honors

2020, Chicago Consular Corps Award ($1,000), Chicago Consular Corps

2020, Greenleaf Scholarship Award ($2,500 awarded), Greenleaf Center for Servant Leadership

2018, Greenleaf Scholarship Award ($2,500 awarded), Greenleaf Center for Servant Leadership

2017 - 2021, UIC Business Liautaud Graduate School Doctoral Fellowship and UIC Business Fellowship, UIC Business

Education

PhD , University of Illinois Chicago, 2021 (Expected)

Professional Memberships

  • Academy of Management, 2015 to present
  • Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, 2018 to present
  • Southern Management Association, 2019 to present

Selected Presentations

  • Lynch, J. W., Mitra, A. & Xu, H. (2021, August). “Enacting and slipping: Workplace behaviors of disability allies. In K. Kulkarni, & D. C. Baldridge. Allies and detractors: Insights on disability inclusion in organizations.” Symposium to be presented in the 81st Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Philadelphia, PA.
    Puranik, H., Keeler, K., & Xu, H. (2021, August). “Being envied is not enviable! A study of the daily experience of being envied in the workplace.” Paper to be presented in the 81st annual meeting of Academy of Management, Philadelphia, PA.
  • Lynch, J. W., Long, S., Tao, S., Wayne, S. J., & Xu, H. (2021, March). “Volunteering and servant leadership: A national study commissioned by the Civic Learning and Democratic Engagement Knowledge Community.” Paper accepted as part of the NASPA Annual Meeting.
  • Xu, H., Lynch, J. W., Wayne, S. J., & Tao, S. (2020, August). “Volunteering as a training ground for servant leadership.” In M. J. Vaulont, J. Hu, & D. Van Dierendonck, The antecedents and influences of servant leadership. Symposium to presented at the 80th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Vancouver, BC, Canada.
  • Xu, H., Wayne, S. J., & Michel, E. J. (2020, August). “The dysfunctional and functional impact of i-deals differentiation on team performance.” Paper presented at the 80th annual meeting of Academy of Management, Vancouver, BC, Canada.
  • Sun, U., Xu, H., & Kluemper, D. H. (2019, October). “Do you mind your abusive supervision? Social information approach to abusive supervision. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Southern Management Association, Norfolk, VA.
  • Sun, J., Xu, H., & Wang, S. (2019, August). “As if one leader is not enough: Exploring employees’ role perceptions in dual-leadership contexts. ” In J. D Meuser & T. A. Scandura, LMX incubator: Social causes and consequences of LMX in groups (Relative, differentiation, comparison, and affect). Panel symposium presented at the 79th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Boston, MA.
  • Lin, B., Aryee, S., & Chen, Z. X., Xu, H., Zhang, X., & Yang, D. (2019, August). “Supervising the overqualified right: Leader humility tuning a self-verification mechanism toward voice. ” In M. J. Valant, Z. Zhang, & S. Zhang, Employee overqualification: Advancing supervisor, career, and research design perspectives. Symposium presented at the 79th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Boston, MA.
  • Xu, H., & Wang, Z. (2018, August). “The implications of servant leadership for leaders. ” Paper presented at the 78th annual meeting of Academy of Management, Chicago, IL.
  • Xu, H., Du, C., Zhang, Y., & Wang, Z. (2017, August). “Dispositional and contextual boundary conditions of the relationship between ethical leadership and employee work meaningfulness. ” Paper presented at the 77th annual meeting of Academy of Management, Atlanta, GA.
  • Xu, H., & Wang, Z. (2016, August). “Manager- and supervisor-servant leadership behavior and employee service performance: Test of a cross-level model. ” Paper presented at the 76th annual meeting of Academy of Management, Anaheim, CA.
  • Wang, Z., & Xu, H. (2016, August). “When and how ethical leadership behavior cascades: A moderated mediation model. ” Paper presented at the 76th annual meeting of Academy of Management, Anaheim, CA.
  • Wang, Z., Xu, H., & Jiang, F. (2015, August). “The antecedent and consequence of leader-member exchange differentiation: A resource perspective.” Paper presented at the 75th annual meeting of Academy of Management, Vancouver, BC, Canada.