Book Review Symposium: Slavery In and Around Organizations

Journal Article
Andersson L., Lindebaum D., Peretzs M.
Organization Studies
Publication year: 2018

Moral emotions and ethics in organisations - introduction to the special issue

Journal Article
Lindebaum, D, Geddes, D. & Gabriel, Y. (2017)
Journal of Business Ethics, 141(4): 645-656
Publication year: 2017

Does leadership development need to care about neuroethics?

Journal Article
Lindebaum, D, Al-Amoudi, I and Brown, V. L.
Academy of Management Learning & Education (in press)
Publication year: 2017

Book Review Editorial: Why Books?

Journal Article
Lindebaum, D., Perezts, M. & Andersson L.
Organization Studies
Publication year: 2017

Becoming the next Charlie Parker: rewriting the role of passions in bureaucracies with Whiplash

Journal Article
Lindebaum, D. & Courpasson D.
Accepted in Academy of Management Review
Publication year: 2017

A ‘new’ heart for institutions? Some elaborations on Voronov and Weber

Journal Article
Lindebaum, D & Ashkanasy, NM (2017)
Academy of Management Review, 42 (3): 548-551
Publication year: 2017

The place and role of (moral) anger in organizational behavior studies

Journal Article
Lindebaum, D & Geddes, D (2016)
Journal of Organizational Behavior, 37(5): 738–757
Publication year: 2016

Symmetrical and Asymmetrical Outcomes of Leader Anger Expression: A Qualitative Study of Army Personnel

Journal Article
Lindebaum, D, Jordan, P. J. & Morris, L. (2016)
Human Relations, 69(2): 277–300.
Publication year: 2016

Ein bisschen Wut tut Unternehmen gut

Journal Article
Lindebaum, D, Geddes, D & Barthel, B (2016)
Wirtschaftspsychologie Aktuell, Heft No. 1
Publication year: 2016

Critical Essay: Building new management theories on sound data? The case of neuroscience

Journal Article
Lindebaum, D (2016)
Human Relations, 69(3): 537 –550.
Publication year: 2016

Anger and Organization Studies - From social disorder to moral order

Journal Article
Lindebaum, D & Gabriel, Y (2016)
Organization Studies, 37(7): 903-918
Publication year: 2016

What would John Stuart Mill say? A utilitarian perspective on contemporary neuroscience debates in leadership.

Journal Article
Lindebaum D and Raftopoulou CE (2015)
Journal of Business Ethics
Publication year: 2015

Book Review: Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind (by Yuval Noah Harari)

Journal Article
Lindebaum, D. (2015)
Management Learning, 46(5):636-638.
Publication year: 2015

A model of within person variation in leadership: Emotional regulation and scripts as predictors of situationally appropriate leadership

Journal Article
Jordan, P. J & Lindebaum, D. (2015)
Leadership Quarterly, 26(4): 594-605 (Special Issue contribution)
Publication year: 2015

When it can be good to feel bad and bad to feel good: Exploring asymmetries in workplace emotional outcomes.

Journal Article
Lindebaum D and Jordan JP (2014)
Human Relations, 67(9): 1037-1050.
Publication year: 2014b

A critique on neuroscientific methodologies in organizational behavior and management studies.

Journal Article
Lindebaum D and Jordan JP (2014)
Journal of Organizational Behavior, 35(5): 898–908.
Publication year: 2014a

Ideology in organizational cognitive neuroscience studies and other misleading claims.

Journal Article
Lindebaum D (2014)
Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 7: 834.
Publication year: 2014

Pathologizing The Healthy But Ineffective: Some Ethical Reflections On Using Neuroscience In Leadership Research.

Journal Article
Lindebaum D (2013)
Journal of Management Inquiry, 22(3): 295 - 305.
Publication year: 2013

Not quite a revolution: Scrutinizing organizational neuroscience in leadership studies.

Journal Article
Lindebaum D and Zundel M (2013)
Human Relations, 66(6): 857-877
Publication year: 2013

Ethics and the neuroscientific study of leadership: a synthesis and rejoinder to Ashkanasy, Cropanzano/Becker, and McLagan.

Journal Article
Lindebaum D (2013)
Journal of Management Inquiry, 22(3): 317-323.
Publication year: 2013

Does emotional intelligence moderate the relationship between mental health and job performance? An exploratory study.

Journal Article
Lindebaum D (2013)
European Management Journal, 31(6): 538-548.
Publication year: 2013

Relevant but exaggerated: The effects of emotional intelligence on project manager performance in construction.

Journal Article
Lindebaum D and Jordan JP (2012)
Construction Management and Economics, 30(7): 575-583.
Publication year: 2012

Positive emotions, negative emotions, or utility of discrete emotions?

Journal Article
Lindebaum D and Jordan PJ (2012)
Journal of Organizational Behavior, 33(7): 1027-1030.
Publication year: 2012

I Rebel—Therefore We Exist: Emotional Standardization in Organizations and the Emotionally Intelligent Individual.

Journal Article
Lindebaum D (2012)
Journal of Management Inquiry, 21(3): 262-277.
Publication year: 2012

A contradiction in terms? Making sense of emotional intelligence in a construction management environment.

Journal Article
Lindebaum D and Cassell C (2012)
British Journal of Management, 23(1): 65–79.
Publication year: 2012

Leadership effectiveness: the costs and benefits of being emotionally intelligent.

Journal Article
Lindebaum D and Cartwright S (2011)
Leadership & Organization Development Journal, 32(3): 281 - 290.
Publication year: 2011

'It's good to be angry': Enacting anger in construction project management to achieve perceived leader effectiveness.

Journal Article
Lindebaum D and Fielden S (2011)
Human Relations, 64(3): 437-458.
Publication year: 2011

A critical examination of the relationship between trait emotional intelligence and transformational leadership.

Journal Article
Lindebaum D and Cartwright S (2010)
Journal of Management Studies, 47(7): 1317-1342.
Publication year: 2010

Rhetoric or Remedy? A Critique on Developing Emotional Intelligence.

Journal Article
Lindebaum D (2009)
Academy of Management Learning and Education 8(2): 225-237.
Publication year: 2009