Allan Lee

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Position: Lecturer
 
 

Biography

Prior to joining Manchester Business School Allan studied Psychology and Organisational Psychology at Cardiff University, before moving to Aston Business School to complete his PhD. His main research focus concentrates on the integration between leadership and attitudes.

Research Interests

Leadership

Attitudes

Performance

Mindfulness

Conference Presentations

Lee, A., Thomas, G., & Guillaume, Y. (2015) Leader-Member Exchange and Attitudes; An integration and test of a moderated mediation model. Presented at Academy of Management Conference, Vancouver, August 2015
Lee, A., Martin, R., Thomas, G., & Guillaume, Y. (2015) Relational Ambivalence in Leader-Follower Dyads. Presented at Academy of Management Conference, Vancouver, August 2015
Lee, A., Schwarz, G., Newman, A. & Legood, A. (2015). Psychological Entitlement and Unethical Pro-Organizational Behavior: The Role of Ethical Leadership. Presented at Academy of Management Conference, Vancouver, August 2015
Lybovnikova, J., Lee, A. & Legood, A. Trust but verify: The perils of intrateam trust for the performance of short-lived teams. A moderated mediation examination. Accepted for presentation at British Academy of Management Conference 2014
Martin, R., Thomas, G., Guillaume, Y., Lee, A., & Epitropaki, O. Leader-Member Exchange (LMX) and Performance: A Meta-Analytic Review. Presented at Academy of Management Conference, Philadelphia, August 2014.
Lybovnikova, J., Lee, A. & Legood, A. Trust but verify: The perils of intrateam trust for the performance of short-lived teams. A moderated mediation examination. Presented at British Academy of Management Conference 2014

Publications

Martin, R., Guillaume, Y., Thomas, G., Lee, A. and Epitropaki, O. (2015), Leader–Member Exchange (LMX) and Performance: A Meta-Analytic Review. Personnel Psychology. doi: 10.1111/peps.12100

Thomas, G., Martin, R., Epitropaki, O., Guillaume, Y., & Lee, A. (2013). Social cognition in leader–follower relationships: Applying insights from relationship science to understanding relationshipbased approaches to leadership. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 34(S1), S63-S81.

West, M., Armit, K, Loewenthal, L, Eckert, R, West, T & Lee, A. (2015) Leadership in Health Care: A Summary of The Evidence Base: Kings Fund: http://www.kingsfund.org.uk/publications/leadership-and-leadership-development-health-care

Thomas, G., Legood, A., & Lee, A. (2010). Why, when, and how motivation helps empathic accuracy. In Hodges, S., Smith, J., Ickes, W. & Hall, J.A. Managing interpersonal sensitivity: Knowing when - and when not - to understand others. Nova Science Publishers: New York

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2016

  • Legood, A., McGrath, M., Searle, R., & Lee, A. (2016). Exploring How SocialWorkers Experience and Cope with Public Perception of Their Profession. Unknown Journal. . Publication link: ae3f1f39-d18e-4948-847d-0c181b28b9a5

2015

  • Lee, A., Martin, R., Thomas, G., Guillaume, Y., & Maio, G. (2015). Conceptualizing leadership perceptions as attitudes: Using attitude theory to further understand the leadership process.The Leadership Quarterly. . Publication link: c40469ab-c68a-48a6-898f-0e82a3296d7c

2013

  • Thomas, G., Martin, R., Epitropaki, O., Guillaume, Y., & Lee, A. (2013). Social cognition in leader–follower relationships: Applying insights from relationship science to understanding relationship-based approaches to leadership. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 34(1), S63-S81. DOI: 10.1002/job.1889. Publication link: 141a2810-61b8-4d21-a917-d409526da1b1