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Dr. Helen Hailin ZHAO


Assistant Professor

3917 1640
Dr. Helen Hailin ZHAO

Academic and Professional Qualifications

  • PhD (Management and Organization), University of Iowa, 2012-2015

Research Interests

  • Team Social Network
  • Leader Succession
  • Work and Time


  • Zhao, H. H., Seibert, S. E., Taylor, S. M., Lee, C & Lam, W. (forthcoming) Not even the past: The joint influence of former leader and new leader during leader successions in the midst of organizational change. Journal of Applied Psychology
  • Deng, H., Walter, F., Lam, C., & Zhao, H. H. (forthcoming). Spillover effects of emotional labor in customer service encounters toward coworker harming: A resource depletion perspective. Personnel Psychology. 
  • Li, N., Zhao, H.  H., Walter, S., Zhang, X., & Yu, J. (2015). Achieving More with Less: Extra Milers’ Behavioral Influences in Teams. Journal of Applied Psychology, 100 (4), 1025-1039.
  • Huang, G., Zhao, H. H.*, Niu, X. Y., Ashford, S. J., & Lee, C. (2013). Reducing job insecurity and increasing performance ratings: Does impression management matter? Journal of Applied Psychology, 98(5), 852-862. (*correspondence author)
  • Huang, G., Zhao, H. H. & Lee, C. (2012). Job Insecurity in Chinese Organizations: A Critical Review. X. Huang & M. H. Bond (Eds.) Handbook of Chinese Organizational Behavior: 343-356. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar.


  • Principles of Management
  • Strategic Human Resource Management

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