Lynn Bowes-Sperry
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To act or not to act: The dilemma faced by sexual harassment observers
L Bowes-Sperry, AM O'Leary-Kelly
Academy of Management Review 30 (2), 288-306, 2005
Acceptability of workplace bullying: A comparative study on six continents
JL Power, CM Brotheridge, J Blenkinsopp, L Bowes-Sperry, N Bozionelos, ...
Journal of Business Research 66 (3), 374-380, 2013
Sexual harassment at work: A decade (plus) of progress
AM O'Leary-Kelly, L Bowes-Sperry, CA Bates, ER Lean
Journal of Management 35 (3), 503-536, 2009
Observers’ reactions to social-sexual behavior at work: An ethical decision making perspective
L Bowes-Sperry, GN Powell
Journal of Management 25 (6), 779-802, 1999
Actions speak louder than words: Outsiders’ perceptions of diversity mixed messages.
L Windscheid, L Bowes-Sperry, DL Kidder, HK Cheung, M Morner, ...
Journal of Applied Psychology 101 (9), 1329, 2016
Beyond the business case: An ethical perspective of diversity training
KP Jones, EB King, J Nelson, DS Geller, L Bowes‐Sperry
Human Resource Management 52 (1), 55-74, 2013
Sexual harassment as unethical behavior: The role of moral intensity
AM O'Leary-Kelly, L Bowes-Sperry
Human Resource Management Review 11 (1-2), 73-92, 2001
Emphasis on distributive, procedural, and interactional justice: Differential perceptions of men and women
J Tata, L Bowes-Sperry
Psychological Reports 79 (3_suppl), 1327-1330, 1996
The effects of perceived loafing and defensive impression management on group effectiveness
PW Mulvey, L Bowes-Sperry, HJ Klein
Small Group Research 29 (3), 394-415, 1998
The paradox of diversity initiatives: When organizational needs differ from employee preferences
L Windscheid, L Bowes-Sperry, J Mazei, M Morner
Journal of Business Ethics 145, 33-48, 2017
A multiperspective framework of sexual harassment
L Bowes-Sperry, J Tata
Managing organizational gender diversity images: A content analysis of German corporate websites
L Windscheid, L Bowes-Sperry, K Jonsen, M Morner
Journal of Business Ethics 152, 997-1013, 2018
Examining the influence of team project design decisions on student perceptions and evaluations of instructors
DL Kidder, L Bowes-Sperry
Academy of Management Learning & Education 11 (1), 69-81, 2012
Why do racial slurs remain prevalent in the workplace? Integrating theory on intergroup behavior
AS Rosette, AM Carton, L Bowes-Sperry, PF Hewlin
Organization Science 24 (5), 1402-1421, 2013
Answering accountability questions in sexual harassment: Insights regarding harassers, targets, and observers
AM O'Leary-Kelly, P Tiedt, L Bowes-Sperry
Human Resource Management Review 14 (1), 85-106, 2004
An analysis of managerial helping responses based on social role theory
L Bowes-Sperry, JF Veiga, JN Yanouzas
Group & Organization Management 22 (4), 445-459, 1997
Sexual harassment as a moral issue: An ethical decision-making perspective
L Bowes-Sperry, GN Powell
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Risqué business? Interpersonal anxiety and humor in the# MeToo era.
JL Gloor, CD Cooper, L Bowes-Sperry, N Chawla
Journal of applied psychology 107 (6), 932, 2022
The effect of peer evaluations on student reports of learning in a team environment: A procedural justice perspective
L Bowes-Sperry, DL Kidder, S Foley
Journal of Behavioral and Applied Management 7 (1), 4-24, 2005
Improving organizational responses to sexual harassment using the giving voice to values approach
SF Chappell, L Bowes-Sperry
Organization Management Journal 12 (4), 236-248, 2015
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