Emily M. David
Emily M. David
Associate Professor of OB - NUS
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A review of personality and performance: Identifying boundaries, contingencies, and future research directions
LM Penney, E David, LA Witt
Human resource management review 21 (4), 297-310, 2011
Effects of ethical leadership on emotional exhaustion in high moral intensity situations
D Zheng, LA Witt, E Waite, EM David, M van Driel, DP McDonald, ...
The Leadership Quarterly 26 (5), 732-748, 2015
The vulnerability to coaching across measures of effort
AM Brennan, S Meyer, E David, R Pella, BD Hill, WD Gouvier
The Clinical Neuropsychologist 23 (2), 314-328, 2009
Interpersonal communication and diversity climate: promoting workforce localization in the UAE
VP Goby, C Nickerson, E David
International Journal of Organizational Analysis 23 (3), 364-377, 2015
Effects of politics, emotional stability, and LMX on job dedication
LU Johnson, A Rogers, R Stewart, EM David, LA Witt
Journal of Leadership & Organizational Studies 24 (1), 121-130, 2017
Examining the Role of Narrative Performance Appraisal Comments on Performance
E David
Human Performance 26 (5), 430-450, 2013
Authenticity or self-enhancement? Effects of self-presentation and authentic leadership on trust and performance
TY Kim, EM David, T Chen, Y Liang
Journal of Management 49 (3), 944-973, 2023
Do leaders condone unethical pro‐organizational employee behaviors? The complex interplay between leader organizational identification and moral disengagement
SC Schuh, Y Cai, AJ Kaluza, NK Steffens, EM David, SA Haslam
Human Resource Management 60 (6), 969-989, 2021
Is ‘be yourself’always the best advice? The moderating effect of team ethical climate and the mediating effects of vigor and demand–ability fit
EM David, TY Kim, JL Farh, X Lin, F Zhou
human relations 74 (3), 437-462, 2021
A time-lagged investigation of the impact of coworker behavior on the effects of demographic dissimilarity
E David, D Avery, P Witt, Alan, & McKay
Journal of Organizational Behavior, 2015
Intervening Mechanisms Between Personality and Turnover: Mediator and Suppressor Effects
E David, C Holladay
Journal of Business and Psychology, 2014
Fostering longevity attitudes in women expatriates: the role of general and targeted types of organizational support
EM David, SD Volpone, AM Nandialath
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 32 (18), 3833-3861, 2021
Work-family conflicts and work performance
L Roth, EM David
Psychological reports 105 (1), 80-86, 2009
Helping while competing? The complex effects of competitive climates on the prosocial identity and performance relationship
EM David, TY Kim, M Rodgers, T Chen
Journal of Management Studies 58 (6), 1507-1531, 2021
Perceived cognitive diversity and creativity: A multilevel study of motivational mechanisms and boundary conditions
TY Kim, EM David, Z Liu
The Journal of Creative Behavior 55 (1), 168-182, 2021
Emotions running high: Examining the effects of supervisor and subordinate emotional stability on emotional exhaustion
EM David, MK Shoss, LU Johnson, LA Witt
Journal of Research in Personality 84, 103885, 2020
Do the weary care about racioethnic similarity? The role of emotional exhaustion in relational demography.
EM David, DR Avery, MR Elliott
Journal of Occupational Health Psychology 15 (2), 140, 2010
Modeling the determinants of turnover intentions: a Bayesian approach
AM Nandialath, E David, D Das, R Mohan
Evidence-based HRM: a Global Forum for Empirical Scholarship 6 (1), 2-24, 2018
Helping misfits to commit: How justice climate attenuates the effects of personality dissimilarity on organizational commitment
EM David, DR Avery, LA Witt, S Tonidandel, PF McKay, L Brown, ...
Journal of Business and Psychology 34, 503-517, 2019
Self-verification striving and employee outcomes: The mediating effects of emotional labor of South Korean employees
TY Kim, B Gilbreath, EM David, SP Kim
International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Management 31 (7), 2845-2861, 2019
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