Michelle Ryan
Michelle Ryan
Prof of Social & Org Psychology, University of Exeter & Prof of Diversity, University of Groningen
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei exeter.ac.uk
Zitiert von
Zitiert von
The glass cliff: Evidence that women are over‐represented in precarious leadership positions
MK Ryan, SA Haslam
British Journal of Management 16 (2), 81-90, 2005
The glass cliff: Exploring the dynamics surrounding the appointment of women to precarious leadership positions
MK Ryan, SA Haslam
Academy of Management Review 32 (2), 549-572, 2007
The road to the glass cliff: Differences in the perceived suitability of men and women for leadership positions in succeeding and failing organizations
SA Haslam, MK Ryan
The Leadership Quarterly 19 (5), 530-546, 2008
Think crisis–think female: The glass cliff and contextual variation in the think manager–think male stereotype.
MK Ryan, SA Haslam, MD Hersby, R Bongiorno
Journal of Applied Psychology 96 (3), 470, 2011
The glass ceiling in the 21st century: Understanding barriers to gender equality.
ME Barreto, MK Ryan, MT Schmitt
American Psychological Association, 2009
Investing with prejudice: the relationship between women's presence on company boards and objective and subjective measures of company performance
SA Haslam, MK Ryan, C Kulich, G Trojanowski, C Atkins
British Journal of Management 21 (2), 484-497, 2010
The Oxford Handbook of Gender in Organizations, 2014
Who gets the carrot and who gets the stick? Evidence of gender disparities in executive remuneration
C Kulich, G Trojanowski, MK Ryan, S Alexander Haslam, ...
Strategic Management Journal 32 (3), 301-321, 2011
Leadership as social identity management: Introducing the Identity Leadership Inventory (ILI) to assess and validate a four-dimensional model
NK Steffens, SA Haslam, SD Reicher, MJ Platow, K Fransen, J Yang, ...
The Leadership Quarterly 25 (5), 1001-1024, 2014
The motivational theory of role modeling: How role models influence role aspirants’ goals
T Morgenroth, MK Ryan, K Peters
Review of General Psychology 19 (4), 465-483, 2015
Reactions to the glass cliff: Gender differences in the explanations for the precariousness of women's leadership positions
MK Ryan, SA Haslam, T Postmes
Journal of Organizational Change Management 20 (2), 182-197, 2007
Getting on top of the glass cliff: Reviewing a decade of evidence, explanations, and impact
MK Ryan, SA Haslam, T Morgenroth, F Rink, J Stoker, K Peters
The Leadership Quarterly 27 (3), 446-455, 2016
Women in high places: When and why promoting women into top positions can harm them individually or as a group (and how to prevent this)
N Ellemers, F Rink, B Derks, MK Ryan
Research in Organizational Behavior 32, 163-187, 2012
Academic leadership: Changing conceptions, identities and experiences in UK higher education
R Bolden, J Gosling, A O'Brien, K Peters, MK Ryan, SA Haslam, ...
Leadership Foundation for Higher Education,, 2012
Beyond the Glass Ceiling: The Glass Cliff and Its Lessons for Organizational Policy
S Bruckmüller, MK Ryan, F Rink, SA Haslam
Social Issues and Policy Review 8 (1), 202-232, 2014
The role of personality and group factors in explaining prejudice
KJ Reynolds, JC Turner, SA Haslam, MK Ryan
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 37 (5), 427-434, 2001
Sticking to our guns: Social identity as a basis for the maintenance of commitment to faltering organizational projects
SA Haslam, MK Ryan, T Postmes, R Spears, J Jetten, P Webley
Journal of Organizational Behavior 27 (5), 607-628, 2006
Politics and the glass cliff: Evidence that women are preferentially selected to contest hard-to-win seats
MK Ryan, SA Haslam, C Kulich
Psychology of Women Quarterly 34 (1), 56-64, 2010
Why Do Men and Women Challenge Gender Discrimination in the Workplace? The Role of Group Status and In‐group Identification in Predicting Pathways to Collective Action
A Iyer, MK Ryan
Journal of Social Issues 65 (4), 791-814, 2009
Social identity and the romance of leadership: The importance of being seen to be ‘doing it for us’
SA Haslam, MJ Platow, JC Turner, KJ Reynolds, C McGarty, PJ Oakes, ...
Group processes & intergroup relations 4 (3), 191-205, 2001
Das System kann den Vorgang jetzt nicht ausführen. Versuchen Sie es später erneut.
Artikel 1–20