University of Lausanne
John Antonakis mostly deals with Social psychology, Leadership studies, Leadership, Endogeneity and Leadership style. His studies in Social psychology integrate themes in fields like Discretion, Possession and Agency. The Situational leadership theory research John Antonakis does as part of his general Leadership studies study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as Trace, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science.
The Endogeneity study combines topics in areas such as Randomized experiment, Instrumental variable and Common-method variance. His Leadership style research focuses on Transactional leadership and how it connects with Variance. His Leadership theory research incorporates themes from Task and Unit of analysis.
His primary areas of study are Social psychology, Charisma, Public relations, Personality and Transformational leadership. Many of his research projects under Social psychology are closely connected to Social perception and Factor structure with Social perception and Factor structure, tying the diverse disciplines of science together. John Antonakis works mostly in the field of Charisma, limiting it down to topics relating to Attributional ambiguity and, in certain cases, Organizational performance, as a part of the same area of interest.
His research integrates issues of Incremental validity and Emotional intelligence in his study of Personality. In his research on the topic of Transformational leadership, Leadership style is strongly related with Transactional leadership. His work deals with themes such as Servant leadership, Leadership and Leadership studies, which intersect with Shared leadership.
Charisma, Social psychology, Econometrics, Endogeneity and Public relations are his primary areas of study. His Charisma study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Cognitive science and Media studies. His Social psychology research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Impact factor and Face.
His study in Econometrics is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Dominance, Analysis of variance and Multilevel model. His study in the fields of Organizational culture under the domain of Public relations overlaps with other disciplines such as Social distance. John Antonakis interconnects Organizational behavior and Variables in the investigation of issues within Personality.
His primary areas of investigation include Social psychology, Public relations, Transparency, Transactional leadership and Honesty. His work on Personality and Leadership as part of general Social psychology research is frequently linked to Facial appearance, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science. In the field of Public relations, his study on Organizational culture overlaps with subjects such as Social distance.
His Transparency research incorporates themes from Checklist, Delphi method and MEDLINE. His studies deal with areas such as Causality, Management science, Knowledge management, Mediation and Taxonomy as well as Transactional leadership. While working in this field, John Antonakis studies both Honesty and Context.
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Context and leadership: An examination of the nine-factor full-range leadership theory using the Multifactor Leadership Questionnaire.
John Antonakis;Bruce J Avolio;Nagaraj Sivasubramaniam.
On making causal claims: A review and recommendations
John Antonakis;Samuel Bendahan;Philippe Jacquart;Rafael Lalive.
Leadership Quarterly (2010)
The Nature of Leadership
David V. Day;John Antonakis.
LEADER DISTANCE: A REVIEW AND A PROPOSED THEORY
John Antonakis;Leanne Atwater.
The Full-Range Leadership Theory: The Way Forward
John Antonakis;Robert J. House.
Could lean production job design be intrinsically motivating? Contextual, configurational, and levels-of-analysis issues
Suzanne de Treville;John Antonakis.
Journal of Operations Management (2006)
Instrumental leadership: Measurement and extension of transformational–transactional leadership theory
John Antonakis;Robert J. House.
Leadership Quarterly (2014)
Predicting Elections: Child's Play!
John Antonakis;Olaf Dalgas.
Does leadership need emotional intelligence
John Antonakis;Neal M. Ashkanasy;Marie T. Dasborough.
Leadership Quarterly (2009)
Leadership: Past, Present, and Future
David Day;John Antonakis.
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