Carrie Zhang

Carrie Zhang

Title

Assistant Professor of Management

Phone

Personal cellphone: 6149068087

Email

hm5183@wayne.edu; carriezhang@wayne.edu

Office

Mike Ilitch School of Business
2771 Woodward Avenue
Room 463
Detroit, MI 48201

Academic Programs

  • Management

Carrie Zhang

Biography

Shuxia (Carrie) Zhang received her Ph.D. in organizational behavior and human resources from The Ohio State University in August, 2022. Carrie’s research focuses on positive leadership behaviors (e.g., leader humility, ethical leadership, empowering leadership, leader vision communication, family supportive supervisor behaviors), organizational stakeholders’ subjective well-being (e.g., job satisfaction, family satisfaction, job meaningfulness), and topics related to gig workers.

Carrie’s work has appeared in leading management journals such as Personnel Psychology, Journal of Management, Journal of Organizational Behaviors, and Journal of Business Ethics. She has also won the Greenleaf Scholars award, the Kwok Leung Memorial Dissertation Fund, and the Fisher Leadership Initiative Research Grant for her excellent research work in leadership. Carrie’s primary teaching responsibility includes leadership and organizational behavior courses. 

Education

Ph.D., The Ohio State University, 2017-2022

M.S., Renmin University of China, 2014-2017

B.S., Wuhan University, 2010-2014

AACSB specialty

Management

Research and teaching interests

Positive leadership behaviors (e.g., leader humility, ethical leadership, empowering leadership, leader vision communication); Subjective well-being (e.g., job satisfaction, family satisfaction), gig workers

Publications

Journal Publications
  • Hu, J., Zhang, S., Lount, R., and Tepper, B. (in press) When Leaders Heed the Lessons of Mistakes: Linking Leaders’ Recall of Learning from Mistakes to Expressed Humility. Personnel Psychology.
  • Zhang, S., Hu, J., Chuang, C. H., & Chiao, Y. C. (2022). Prototypical leaders reinforce efficacy beliefs: How and when leader–leader exchange relates to team effectiveness. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 43(6), 1136-1151.
  • Venus, M., Johnson, R. E., Zhang, S., Wang, X. H., & Lanaj, K. (2019). Seeing the big picture: A within-person examination of leader construal level and vision communication. Journal of Management, 45(7), 2666-2684.
  • Zhang, S., Ke, X., Frank Wang, X. H., & Liu, J. (2018). Empowering leadership and employee creativity: A dual‐mechanism perspective. Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, 91(4), 896-917.
  • Zhang, S., & Tu, Y. (2018). Cross-domain effects of ethical leadership on employee family and life satisfaction: The moderating role of family-supportive supervisor behaviors. Journal of Business Ethics, 152(4), 1085-1097.
  • Tu, Y., & Zhang, S. (2015). Loneliness and subjective well-being among Chinese undergraduates: The mediating role of self-efficacy. Social Indicators Research, 124(3), 963-98.

 

BOOK CHAPTERS
•Judge, T., Zhang, S. & Glerum, D. (2021). Job satisfaction. In Sessa, V. and Bowling, N. (Eds) Essentials of Job Attitudes and Other Workplace Psychological Constructs. Routledge.
 

 

Presentations

 • Zhang, S. & Hu, J. (August 2022). When and how follower unethical behaviors lead to servant leadership: A social identity analysis. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Academy of Management, Seattle, USA.
• Hu, J., Zhang, S., Lount, R., & Tepper, B. (April 2022). When learning from mistakes promotes leader humility: Implications for team functioning. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Seattle, USA.
Zhang, S. & Hu, J. (March 2022) When and how follower unethical behaviors lead to ethical leadership: A social identity analysis. Paper presented at Women's leadership symposium, Columbus, USA.
Zhang, S., Hu, J., & Chuang, J. (April 2021). Prototypical leaders reinforce efficacy beliefs: How and when leader-leader exchange relates to team performance. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Virtual.
• Klein, H., Choi, W., Zhang, S., & Schreiber, L. (July 2020). Consequences of leader commitments on follower commitments, attitudes and behaviors. Paper presented at Fisher Leadership Initiative Conference, Columbus, USA.
Zhang, S. & Hu, J. (August 2019). A fit perspective of leadership emergence. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Academy of Management, Boston, USA.
• Wang, Y., Wang, X., & Zhang, S. (August 2018) Opportunities for subordinates to participate: The bright side of supervisor’s depletion. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Academy of Management, Chicago, USA.
Zhang, S., Ke, X., & Wang, X. (August 2015). Empowering leadership and creativity: The influence of access to resources/information, and OBSE. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Academy of Management, Vancouver, Canada.

 

Awards

  • 2023-2024 Fraser Fellowship ($5,000)
  • Grant Winner of Kwok Leung Memorial Dissertation Fund, International Association for Chinese Management Research, 2021 ($1,500)
  • Greenleaf Scholarship Award, 2021($2,500)
  • Fisher Small Research Grant, The Ohio State University, 2021 ($1,000)

 

Courses taught by Carrie Zhang

Fall Term 2024 (future)

Fall Term 2023

Winter Term 2023

Fall Term 2022