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Publications [#359106] of Sim B. Sitkin

Journal Articles

  1. Chon, D; Sitkin, SB, Disentangling the process and content of self-awareness: A review, critical assessment, and synthesis, The Academy of Management Annals, vol. 15 no. 2 (January, 2021), pp. 607-651 [doi]
    (last updated on 2023/06/06)

    Are self-aware leaders more effective? Are self-aware workers more productive and satisfied? Studies of self-awareness, which have been undertaken in a range of fields, have implications for a wide variety of topics in organizational behavior. Yet, this research has been scattered, resulting in gaps, siloed insights, a lack of clear and consistent conceptualization, andtheconfoundingof causesandeffectswithself-awarenessitself. We review the organizational behavior and psychology literatures to distinguish, summarize, and assess research on self-awareness as both process and content. Our synthesis of past work on the content of self-awareness is organized around three distinct targets: internal, external, and social. Our paper concludes with an evaluation of the implications of our findings for future research.

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