刘芳舟，上海交通大学在读博士，工商管理（组织行为）专业，研究方向为声音和声音征集，创造力和创新，个人控制。截至目前，已在R&D Management，Management and Organization Review，Asia Pacific Journal of Human Resources和《管理学季刊》上公开发表四篇文章。
讲座主题：It is not Only Personal: Leaders’Voice Consultation，Coworkers’ Reactions and Team Performance
讲座摘要：While a large number of practitioners repeatedly note that soliciting voice from followers and attentively listening to their responses is a powerful leadership technique, leaders’proactive voice consultation from employees has not been met with similar enthusiasm by voice researchers. In particular, the current voice literature remain silent on the influence of voice consultation on larger work environment and the targets of voice solicitation. We focus on the underexamined yet and critically important part of the voice process, managerial voice consultation, through two studies. In study 1, we investigated how relative disadvantage in leader consultation influence employees’emotion reactions and behavioral choices. Drawing on social comparison theory, we predicted that when employees perceive their coworker is with high level of expertise, relative disadvantage in voice consultation leads to benign envy, translating into interpersonal learning behaviors. In contrast, when employees observe their coworker engage in a lot of flattery behaviors, relative disadvantage in voice consultation instead leads to malicious envy, resulting in interpersonal destructive behaviors. We further proposed a bottom-up implication of relative voice consultation. Results based on three time-lagged field study lend support to our propositions. In study 2, we focused on exploring how leaders’voice consultation pattern in the team impact team process and team outcomes. Using a three-wave field study in 95 R&D teams, we developed a model to test the relationship between expertise-based voice consultation and team performance. Specifically, the match of leader voice consultation and perceived expertise (peer rated) is positively related to team performance through team knowledge integration. In addition, team electronic dependence positively moderates the relationship between expertise-based voice consultation and team knowledge integration.