Mr Ziya Ete
|PhD Student in the Business School|
Ziya Ete is a Ph.D. candidate in Management at Durham University Business School. He received his master’s degree in Business Administration from Pennsylvania State University, USA, and bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Istanbul University, Turkey. His primary research focuses on leadership. He is interested in leader-follower relationship and the role of perceived alignment of words and deeds (i.e., behavioral integrity) in this relationship. His work also studies leadership and character development, ethical leadership, social identity, and leader-follower transgressions and relationship repair strategies. Ziya has published articles in outlets such as The Leadership Quarterly, Journal of Business Ethics, and Journal of Managerial Psychology.
Ziya Ete is a Ph.D. candidate in Management at Durham University Business School. His primary research focuses on leadership. He is interested in leader-follower relationship and the role of perceived alignment of words and deeds (i.e., behavioral integrity) in this relationship.
- Integrity and leadership
- Leader- follower relationship
- Social identity
- Ethical leadership
Chapter in book
- Sosik, John J., Chun, Jae Uk & Ete, Ziya (2020). Character and Leadership. In The Wiley Encyclopedia of Personality and Individual Differences. Carducci, B.J. Nave, C.S. Mio, J.S. & Riggio, R.E. Wiley. 5: 505.
- Ete, Ziya, Epitropaki, Olga, Zhou, Qin & Graham, Les (2021). Leader and Organizational Behavioral Integrity and Follower Behavioral Outcomes: The Role of Identification Processes. Journal of Business Ethics
- Epitropaki, O., Radulovic, A., Ete, Z., Thomas, G. & Martin, R. (2020). Leader-follower transgressions, relationship repair strategies and outcomes: A state-of-the-science review and a way forward. The Leadership Quarterly 31(1): 101376.
- Ete, Z, Sosik, J, Cheong, M, Chun, J.U, Zhu,W, Arenas, F.J & Scherer, J.A (2020). Leader honesty/humility and subordinate organizational citizenship behavior: a case of too-much-of-a-good-thing? Journal of Managerial Psychology 35(5): 391-404.
- Sosik, John J., Chun, Jae Uk, Ete, Ziya, Arenas, Fil J. & Scherer, Joel A. (2019). Self-control Puts Character into Action: Examining How Leader Character Strengths and Ethical Leadership Relate to Leader Outcomes. Journal of Business Ethics 160(3): 765.