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Jana Raver

E. Marie Shantz Professor of Organizational Behaviour

Overview

Jana L. Raver is the E. Marie Shantz Professor of Organizational Behaviour at Smith School of Business, Queen’s University, and is also cross-appointed to the Department of Psychology. She is an authority on interpersonal relations and team dynamics at work, with a specific emphasis upon the ways in which employees build and sustain high-performance teams (e.g., helping, promoting learning) versus undermining each other (e.g., harassment, bullying, relationship conflicts).

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Jana L. Raver is the E. Marie Shantz Professor of Organizational Behaviour at Smith School of Business, Queen’s University, and is also cross-appointed to the Department of Psychology. She is an authority on interpersonal relations and team dynamics at work, with a specific emphasis upon the ways in which employees build and sustain high-performance teams (e.g., helping, promoting learning) versus undermining each other (e.g., harassment, bullying, relationship conflicts).

Her research is motivated by an interest in social issues, and aims to equip people and organizations with resources to prevent adversity when possible, and to empower them to overcome it when it is inevitable. Her recent work has focused on ways for organizations to overcome adversity, including building resilience, bolstering teamwork, encouraging employees to voice concerns, and building positive environments for learning and prosocial action that enable employees to thrive.

She has also led an active program of research focused on uncovering the detrimental effects of exposure to interpersonal mistreatment and other stressors in organizations. Ultimately, her goal is to seek to improve people’s well-being – especially in work organizations – by finding ways that they can thrive despite the challenges they face.

Her research is international in its scope, addresses social problems, and carries implications across levels and disciplines (individuals, teams, organizations, societies). She has been awarded honors for her research, her work has been published in top-tier management journals, and it has been disseminated widely through media outlets such as the National Post, The Globe and Mail, and the Chicago Tribune. She has also consulted and conducted applied research in both the public and private sectors. She teaches courses in organizational behavior, leadership, and team processes that span academic programs (MBA, EMBA, MIB, PhD). She holds a Ph.D. in Industrial and Organizational Psychology from the University of Maryland.

Academic Degrees

Ph.D., Industrial and Organizational Psychology
University of Maryland (2004)

M.A., Industrial and Organizational Psychology
University of Maryland (2001)

B.S. with Highest Honors, Psychology
B.A. with Highest Honors, French
University of Florida (1997)

Academic Experience

Smith School of Business, Queen's University
E. Marie Shantz Professor of Organizational Behavior (2020 - Present)
Associate Professor (with tenure) (2010 - 2020)
Assistant Professor (2004-2010)
Department of Psychology Cross-Appointment (2007 - Present) 

University of Maryland, Department of Psychology
Instructor (2002, 2003-2004)
Graduate Research Assistant (1998-2003)

Publications

Refereed Journal Articles (+ indicates student supervised)

Eriksson, K., Strimling, P., Gelfand, M., Wu, J., Abernathy, J... Raver, J., and colleagues. (2021). Perceptions of the appropriate response to norm violation in 57 societies. Nature Communications. [Impact factor = 12.12]

Brykman, K.+, & Raver, J.L. (2021). To speak up effectively or often? The effects of voice quality and voice frequency on peers’ and managers’ evaluations. Journal of Organizational Behavior. [Impact factor = 5.00]

Jensen, J.M., & Raver, J.L. (2020). Witnessing incivility: How do bystanders decide when to constructively intervene? Journal of Business and Psychology. [Impact factor = 3.289]

Chang, X.,+ & Raver, J..L. (2019). The gendered nature of emotional ambivalence towards coworkers and its relational consequences. Journal of Business and Psychology. [Impact factor = 3.289]

Chadwick, I.+, & Raver, J.L. (2019). Not for the faint of heart? A gendered perspective on psychological distress in entrepreneurship. Journal of Occupational Health Psychology. [Impact factor = 5.128]

Chadwick, I.C.+, & Raver, J.L. (2018). Psychological resilience and its downstream effects for business survival in nascent entrepreneurship. Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice. [FT50. Impact factor = 6.193]

Jensen, J.M., & Raver, J.L. (2018). It takes two to tango: Victims, perpetrators, and the dynamics of victimization. Industrial and Organizational Psychology, 11(1), 141-144.

Chadwick, I.C.+, & Raver, J.L. (2015).  Motivating organizations to learn: Goal orientation and its influence on organizational learning. Journal of Management, 41(3), 957-586. 

Jensen, J.M., Patel, P.C., & Raver, J.L. (2014). Is it better to be average? High and low performance as predictors of employee victimization. Journal of Applied Psychology, 99(2), 296-309. 

Raver, J.L. (2013). Counterproductive work behavior and conflict: Merging complementary domains. Negotiation and Conflict Management Research, 6, 151-159.

Jensen, J.M., & Raver, J.L. (2012). When self-management and surveillance collide: Consequences for employees’ organizational citizenship and counterproductive work behaviors. Group & Organization Management, 37, 308-346. 

Raver, J.L., Ehrhart, M.G., & Chadwick, I.C.+ (2012). The emergence of team helping norms: Foundations within members’ attributes and behaviors. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 33, 616637. 

Raver, J.L., Jensen, J., Lee, J.H., & O’Reilly, J.+  (2012). Destructive criticism revisited: Appraisals, task outcomes, and the moderating role of competitiveness. Applied Psychology: An International Review, 61, 177-203.

Gelfand, M.J., Raver, J.L., Nishii, L.H., Leslie, L.L., Lun, J., Lim, B.C., & colleagues. (2011). Differences between tight and loose cultures: A 33-nation study. Science, 332(6033), 1100-1104. 

Raver, J.L., & Nishii, L.H. (2010). Once, twice, or three times as harmful? Ethnic harassment, gender harassment, and generalized workplace harassment. Journal of Applied Psychology, 95(2), 236-254.   

Gelfand, M.J, Major, V.S., Raver, J.L., Nishii, L.H., & O’Brien, K.M. (2006). Negotiating relationally: The dynamics of the relational self in negotiations. Academy of Management Review, 31(2), 427-451. 

Gelfand, M.J., Nishii, L.H., & Raver, J.L. (2006). On the nature and importance of cultural tightness-looseness. Journal of Applied Psychology, 91(6), 1225-1244.  

Raver, J.L., & Gelfand, M.J. (2005). Beyond the individual victim: Linking sexual harassment, team processes, and team performance. Academy of Management Journal, 48(3), 387-400.

Gelfand, M.J., Lim, B.C., & Raver, J.L. (2004). Culture and accountability in organizations: Variations in forms of social control across cultures. Human Resource Management Review, 14, 135-160. 

Schneider, B., Godfrey, E., Hayes, S., Huang, M., Lim, B.C., Nishii, L., Raver, J., & Ziegert, J. (2003). The human side of strategy: Employee experiences of strategic alignment in a service organization. Organizational Dynamics, 32(3), 122-141. [Authorship alphabetical after first author]

Gelfand, M.J., Higgins, M., Nishii, L.H., Raver, J.L., Dominguez, A., Murakami, F., Yamaguchi, S., & Toyama, M. (2002). Culture and egocentric perceptions of fairness in conflict and negotiation. Journal of Applied Psychology, 87(5), 833-845. 

Chapters in Edited Books (* indicates refereed; + indicates student supervised)

Raver, J.L. (forthcoming). Culture and organizational deviance. In M.J. Gelfand and M. Erez (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Culture and Organizations.

Gelfand, M.J., Caluori, N., Gordon, S., Raver, J., Nishii, L., Leslie, L., & Lun, J. (2020). Culture’s constraints: The role of situational constraint in cultural systems. In J.F. Rauthmann and colleagues (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Psychological Situations (pp. 62-77). New York: Oxford.

*Raver, J.L. (2017). Counterproductive work behaviors. In S.G. Rogelberg (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Industrial/Organizational Psychology, 2nd edition. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. 

*Raver, J.L., & Van Dyne, L. (2017). Developing cultural intelligence. In K.G. Brown (Ed.), The Cambridge Handbook of Workplace Training and Employee Development.  

*Ehrhart, M.E., & Raver, J.L. (2014). Productive and counterproductive behavior in relation to organizational climate and culture. In B. Schneider and K. Barbera (Eds.), Oxford Handbook of Climate and Culture. New York: Oxford University Press.

*Berdahl, J., & Raver, J.L. (2011). Sexual harassment. In S. Zedeck (Ed.), APA Handbook of Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Vol. 3 (pp. 641-669). Washington: American Psychological Association. 

*Raver, J.L., & Chadwick, I.+ (2010). Interpersonally hostile work groups: Precipitating factors and solutions. In S. Schuman (Ed.), Working with difficult groups: How they are difficult, why they are difficult, and what you can do (pp. 77-94). San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.  

*Raver, J.L., & Barling, J. (2008). Workplace aggression and conflict: Constructs, commonalities, and challenges for future inquiry. In C.K.W. De Dreu and M.J. Gelfand (Eds.), The psychology of conflict and conflict management in organizations (pp. 211-244). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. Raver, J.L. (2006). Counterproductive work behaviors. In S.G. Rogelberg (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Industrial/Organizational Psychology. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. 

*Gelfand, M.J., Nishii, L.H., Raver, J.L., & Schneider, B. (2005). Discrimination in organizations: An organizational-level systems perspective. In R.L. Dipboye and A. Colella (Eds.), Discrimination at work: The psychological and organizational bases (pp. 89-116). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. [Authorship alphabetical]

Gelfand, M.J., Raver, J.L., & Ehrhart, K.H. (2002). Methodological issues in cross-cultural organizational research. In S.G. Rogelberg (Ed.) Handbook of research methods in industrial and organizational psychology (pp. 216-246). Malden, MA: Blackwell. 

Hanges, P.J., Lord, R.G., Godfrey, E., & Raver, J.L. (2002). Modeling nonlinear relationships: Neural networks and catastrophe analysis. In S.G. Rogelberg (Ed.) Handbook of research methods in industrial and organizational psychology (pp. 431-455). Malden, MA: Blackwell. 

Working Papers and Research in Progress (+ indicates student supervised)

Brykman, K. +, & Raver, J.L. Managerial voice enactment in a digital era. Under review.

Raver, J.L., Brykman, K.+, & Chadwick, I.C.+ Post-traumatic growth in organizations : A multilevel synthesis.

Raver, J.L. Building a more resilient organizational culture: Evidence from the front lines.

Ehrhart, M.G., Raver, J.L., & Lim, B.C. Leader learning adaptability, advice network density, and shared mental models: Implications for team performance.

Raver, J.L., & Chadwick, I.C.+ Negative affective divergence in teams: Informational disadvantages of ousting affective deviants.

Chadwick, I.C.+ & Raver, J.L., Coping and improvement in the face of organizational death.

In the Media

Expert commentary on employee deviance, team dynamics, conflict, work-related stressors, harassment, bullying, incivility, workplace diversity, and culture has been quoted in numerous news sources.

Media coverage of the article “Destructive criticism revisited: Appraisals, task outcomes, and the moderating role of competitiveness” (Raver, Jensen, Lee & O’Reilly, 2011, Applied Psychology: An International Review) appeared between August 8-29 in the National Post, Vancouver Sun, Calgary Herald, Regina Leader Post, Saskatoon StarPhoenix, New Brunswick Telegraph-Journal, Cape Breton Post, and Men’s Health magazine.

Media coverage of the article “Differences between tight and loose cultures: A 33-nation study” (Gelfand, Raver, Nishii, Leslie, Lun, Lim, & colleagues, 2011, Science) appeared between May 26-29 in several outlets worldwide including ABC News, National Public Radio, Boston Globe, The Washington Post, India Today, New Zealand Herald, eScience news, New Scientist, and Montreal Gazette.  

Media coverage of the article “Once, twice, or three times as harmful? Ethnic harassment, gender harassment, and generalized workplace harassment” (Raver & Nishii, 2010, Journal of Applied Psychology) appeared between June 14-20, 2010 in The National Post, Ottawa Citizen, Vancouver Sun, Regina Leader Post, Windsor Star, Alberni Valley Times, the Nanaimo Daily News, Victoria Times Colonist, Calgary Herald, CanadianBusiness.com, Workplace Violence News, BenefitsCanada.com, and in on-air interviews with CJOB Winnipeg and CHYM Kitchener. 

Media coverage of the article “Beyond the individual victim: Linking sexual harassment, team processes, and team performance” (Raver & Gelfand, 2005, Academy of Management Journal) appeared in The National Post (October 5, 2005), Chicago Tribune (August 30, 2005), The Globe & Mail (June 17, 2005), Ottawa Business Journal (August 10, 2005), Kingston Whig-Standard (June 25, 2005), Metro News (Toronto; June 29, 2005), and in a CBC News Radio on-air interview (June 21, 2005). The paper was also profiled in a Queen’s Leaders Forum report (November 2005) and in a summary article provided to the Workplace Today online journal (August 2005).

Technical Reports

Raver, J.L. (2019, December). Research Report on Organizational Resilience at [Organization]. Proprietary.

Brykman, K., & Raver, J.L. (2015, July). Voice Quality and Idea Endorsement on the [Organization’s] Innovation and Employee Engagement Platform. Proprietary. 

Brykman, K., & Raver, J.L. (2014, September). Research Report on the Quality of Employee Suggestions: Interview Results. Proprietary.

Chadwick, I.C., & Raver, J.L. (2014, March). Research Report: Entrepreneurs’ Experiences in the Ontario Self-Employment Benefits (OSEB) Program. Proprietary. 

Chadwick, I.C., & Raver, J.L. (2013, September). Research Report on Employee Relations and Continuous Improvement at [Manufacturing Organization]. Proprietary.

Chadwick, I.C., & Raver, J.L. (2012, April). Research Report on Continuous Improvement at [Manufacturing Organization]: Follow-Up Survey Results. Proprietary. 

Raver, J.L., & Chadwick, I.C. (2012, February). Summary of Interview Study on Interpersonal Relations in Groups at [Healthcare Organization]. Proprietary.

Chadwick, I.C., & Raver, J.L. (2011, October). Research Report on Continuous Improvement at [Manufacturing Organization]. Proprietary. 

Raver, J.L., & Chadwick, I.C. (2008, October). [Manufacturing organization]: Research Report on Employees’ Attitudes, Experiences, and Work Group Effectiveness. Proprietary. 

Raver, J.L. (2006, August). [Healthcare Organization]: Results of the Assessment of Employees’ Interpersonal Experiences and Well-Being. Proprietary.

Raver, J.L., & Gelfand, M.J. (2001, June). Interpersonal Relations, Diversity, and Teams: Results of the [Food Services Organization] Assessment. Proprietary.

Nishii, L.H., Raver, J.L., & Dominguez, A. (2000, August). Results of the [University Libraries’] Organizational Culture and Diversity Assessment. Proprietary.  

Schneider, B., Godfrey, E., Hayes, S., Huang, M., Kanatsugu, S., Lim, B.C., Nishii, L., Raver, J., & Ziegert, J. (2001, May). [Regional Bank]: A Service Culture Portrait. Proprietary. [Authorship alphabetical after first author]

Teaching

Research Supervision and Student Committees  

School of Business Thesis Advisor

  • Sannah Asif, MSc (2021)
  • Claire Savas, MSc (2021)
  • Mehnaz Rafi, MSc (2020), Exposure to potentially traumatic events and job-related outcomes among first responders.
  • Katelyn Baik, MSc (2020), Predictors of post-traumatic growth after relational adversity at work.
  • Kyle Brykman, Ph.D. (2018), The emergence and consequences of voice climate.
  • Teodora Makaji, MSc (2017), The dark side of helping behaviours? Exploring unintended effects of help on help-recipients.
  • Xiaoxi Chang, Ph.D. first-year project (2015), Influence of ambivalent feelings on high performer mistreatment in work teams.
  • Jonathan Samosh, MSc (2015), Relational schemas of workplace incivility.
  • Kyle Brykman, Ph.D. first-year project (2014), Voice quality: Scale development and validation.
  • Kathryn Christie, MSc (2014), There are two sides to every coin: Entitlement and team decision-making.
  • Ingrid Chadwick, Ph.D. (2013), Continuously improving in tough times: Overcoming resource constraints with positive psychological resources.
  • Ashley Martin, MSc (2012), The competitive disadvantage: Gender differences in appraisals, task strategies and willingness to compete.
  • Amanda Chan, MSc (2010), Counter role models and their effects on team cooperation.
  • Lisa Coulson, MSc (2009), Whether and how to intervene: Sex-based harassment bystanders’ dilemma.
  • Ingrid Chadwick, Ph.D. first-year project (2008), The dangers of being dissimilar: An investigation of employee dissimilarity and experiences of aggression in teams.
  • Jane O’Reilly, MSc (2007), When deviance isn’t deviance: Investigating the nature of descriptive deviance norms in work groups.
  • Jane O’Reilly, B.A. Honors Thesis (2006), A social-interactionist approach to explaining blame attributions and subsequent behavioural responses in an interpersonal conflict situation.

School of Business Ph.D. Committees / MSc Second Reader

  • Addison Maerz, MSc (2016), Receiving help: Recipient personality and the psychological consequences of receiving proactive and reactive help.
  • Erica Carlton, Ph.D. (2015), Sleep well, work well: Three studies.
  • Angela Dionisi, Ph.D. (2014), Vicarious exposure to male sexual harassment: Consequences, attributions & behavioural responses.
  • Yi-Te Chiu, Ph.D. (2014), What are project members' ISD project mental models and how do they affect the management of ISD projects?
  • Julie Weatherhead, MSc (2014). What does it take to become a leader? Externalizing and internalizing childhood behavior problems and early leadership emergence.
  • Alyson Byrne, Ph.D. (2013), Three studies on counterintuitive effects of organizational status.
  • Kelsey Tulloch, MSc (2013), On the court: Investigating destructive leadership outcomes in the NBA.
  • Lukas Neville, Ph.D. (2012), Interpersonal forgiveness following trust breach: Team-relevant consequences.
  • Lindsay McShane (2012), It's not just business, it's personal: Identity threats and fairness judgments.
  • Kok Keung (Johnny) Tay, MSc (2012), The bright side of life: Positive psychology and environmentally significant behaviours at work.
  • Milena Guberinic, MSc (2010), Transformational leadership: Four parts or one?
  • Jennifer Robertson, MSc (2009), Linking transformational leadership and environmental sustainability: Do as I do and as I say.
  • Rebecca Lys, MSc (2009), Job insecurity, poor mental health and transformational leadership.
  • Amy Christie, Ph.D. (2008), A relational perspective to understanding status inequality in organizations.
  • Stacie Byrne, MSc (2008), Contrasting the effects of overcontrolling and autonomy-supportive leadership on subordinate perceptions of self and leader.
  • Sandy Herschcovis, Ph.D. (2006), The prediction and consequences of workplace aggression: A meta-analytic approach.
  • Abbas Aslani, MSc (2006), Enriching the virtual medium of negotiation by direct contact: The moderating effect of emotional conflict.
  • Sean Tucker, MSc (2005), Competing social influences on hostile aggression: A prospective study of ice hockey.

Psychology Thesis Advising & Committees

  • Jane Mao, B.S. (2020). Would you promote her? Examining the promotability of sexual harassment targets and those who champion positive social change. [Role: advisor]
  • Chloe Hudson, PhD. (2020). Behavioural manifestations and a social outcome of individual differences in theory of mind. [Role: committee member]
  • Ziyi Lai, MSc. (2020). Dysphoria as a moderator of online self-presentation via image selection. [Role: committee member]
  • Zhi Ao Mark Khei, Ph.D. (2019). Dialectical thinking and meaning-making in negative experiences. [Role: committee member]
  • Clement Tang, B.S. honours (2013), Team minimum agreeableness and goal interdependence on cooperation over time in a public goods dilemma. [Role: advisor]
  • Lindsay Reynolds, B.S. honours (2013), Contextual and individual influences on bystander intervention after sexist remarks in work groups. [Role: advisor]
  • Jennifer Passey, Ph.D. (2009), Causal uncertainty and self-regulation abilities. [Role: committee member]
  • Roy Spina, Ph.D. (2009), Cultural differences in expectations of a correspondence in magnitude between events and their causes. [Role: committee member]
  • Brent Lyons, B.S. honours (2008), Work group contextual influences on employees’ attributions of racial discrimination. [Role: advisor]
  • Jennifer Passey, M.A. (2006), The relations of causal uncertainty to reassurance seeking and social rejection. [Role: committee member]

Policy Studies Master of Industrial Relations Thesis Advisor

  • Natalie Gluic, MIR, (2006), The big five, emotional intelligence, and group task performance: A literature review and synthesized model.

School of Rehabilitation Therapy, Rehabilitation Science Committees

  • Sherrey Larmour-Trode (2014, expected), Dissertation committee member
  • Sherrey Larmour-Trode (2007), Comprehensive exam committee member

External Thesis Examiner

  • Chetan Joshi, Ph.D. at University of Western Ontario (2009), Employment discrimination against visible minority immigrants

Courses Taught

Smith School of Business Courses 

  • Leading with Integrity, Full-time MBA program & GDB Program, 2019-present
  • Global Virtual Teams, Masters of International Business Program, 2014-present
  • Meso Organizational Behaviour, PhD program, 2007-2017, 2020-present
  • Managing Human Capital, Executive MBA Program, 2008-2010, 2013-2017
  • Managing Human Capital, Full-time MBA Program, 2006-2008, 2011-2016
  • Managing Work and Teams, Commerce Program, 2013-2014
  • Group Processes in Organizations, Commerce Program, 2007-2009
  • Organizational Behavior, Commerce Program and Arts & Sciences Program, 2005-2006
  • Organizational Analysis, Commerce Program, 2005

Smith School of Business Workshops and Executive Education

  •  “Leading Virtual Teams,” Queen’s Executive Education (2020-present)
  • “Learning to Lead: Managing Your Talent,” Queen’s Executive Education (2018-present)
  •  “Virtual Team Collaboration,” Workshops for all Smith Professional Graduate Programs and BComm video series (2020)
  • “Working in Virtual Teams,” Master's of Management Innovation & Entrepreneurship (2019, 2020)
  • “Cultural Intelligence,” Full-time MBA Program and Masters of International Business Program, 2012-2020 (co-taught with Nailin Bu)
  • "Promoting Civility and Respect in the Workplace," Queen’s University HR Summit (2016)
  • “Embracing Organizational Flux: Fostering a Culture of Continuous Learning,” Webinar for Queen’s Executive Education, 2015
  • “Dealing with Incivility and Bullying,” Human Resource Management Program, Queen’s Executive Education, 2008-2015
  • “Managing ‘Bad Apples’ and Building Better Barrels,” Organizational Effectiveness Summit, Queen’s Executive Education, 2012
  • “Bad Apples: Dealing with Incivility, Harassment, and Bullying in the Workplace,” Webinar for the Queen’s Executive Education, 2012
  • “Bullying in the Workplace,” Commerce Communications Program, 2011
  • “Organizational Behaviour and Knowledge,” Monieson Centre’s Workshop on the Study of Business and Knowledge, 2010-2011
  • “Teaching with Groups and Teams,” Ph.D. Program Teaching Series, 2005
  • “Working in Teams,” Commerce Communications Program, 2005

University of Maryland Courses

  • Instructor, Psychology of Organizational Processes, 2002-2003
  • Instructor, Psychology of Motivation and Attitudes in Organizational Settings, 2004 
  • Teaching Assistant, Introduction to Research Methods in Industrial and Organizational Psychology, 2000  

Presentations

Conference Presentations (* indicates refereed; + indicates student supervised)

Scholarly Papers

Raver, J.L. (2020). Organizational resilience despite chronic adversity: A fragile balance. Paper presented at the International Association for Conflict Management virtual meeting.

Raver, J.L., Chadwick, I. +, & Chang, X. + (2019). Workplace harassment in the larger social context: A function of our times. In V. Sojo and V. Roberts (Chairs), From apples to barrels and orchards: Macro-level drivers of workplace abuse. Symposium conducted at the Academy of Management annual meeting, Boston, MA.

*Brykman, K.+, & Raver, J.L. (2018). Reject me once, shame on you: How leaders' prior responses shape the emergence of voice climate. Paper to be presented at the Academy of Management annual conference, Chicago, IL. 

*Brykman, K.+, & Raver, J.L. (2018). From words to actions: The effects of voice quality on idea implementation. Paper to be presented at the Academy of Management annual conference, Chicago, IL.

*Chang, X.+, & Raver, J.L. (2017). Emotional ambivalence and counterproductive behavior towards overachievers. In J.L. Raver and N. Bowling (Chairs), Person predictors of counterproductive work behavior: Actor and target perspectives. Symposium conducted at the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology annual conference, Orlando, FL.

*Ehrhart, M.G., Raver, J.L., Lim, B.C., & Brykman, K.+ (2016). Culture, cultural integrity, and service climate: Predicting patient satisfaction in nursing units. In C.A. Hartnell (Chair), Connecting culture and context: Insights from organizational culture theory and research. Symposium conducted at the Academy of Management annual conference, Anaheim, CA. 

*Chadwick, I.C.+ & Raver, J.L. (2016). A cognitive process model of necessity entrepreneurs: Fostering persistence through resilience. Paper presented at the Academy of Management annual conference, Anaheim, CA.

*Brykman, K.+, & Raver, J.L. (2016). The case for quality: Development and validation of the voice quality construct. Paper presented at the Academy of Management annual conference, Anaheim, CA.

*Raver, J.L., Brykman, K.+, Samosh, J.+, & Chang, X+. (2016). From adversity to thriving at work: Bridging the divide. Paper presented at the International Association for Conflict Management, New York, NY.

*Chang, X.,+ & Raver, J..L. (2016). Cut down the tall poppy: Ambivalent feelings and mistreating overachievers. In A.S. Gabriel & J. Koopman (Chairs), Who is mistreating whom? Investigating novel drivers of workplace mistreatment. Symposium conducted at the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology annual conference, Anaheim, CA. 

*Raver, J.L., & Jensen, J. (2016). Deciding to intervene: Factors influencing third-Party witnesses of incivility. In N.A. Bowling & J.L. Raver (Chairs), I saw what you did! Bystander responses to workplace deviance. Symposium conducted at the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology annual conference, Anaheim, CA.

*Raver, J.L., & Chadwick, I.C.+  (2015). Affective diversity and dissimilarity: Implications for team victimization and effectiveness. In B. Lyons & I.C. Chadwick (Chairs), The social context of mistreatment: Multiple levels of analysis and mitigating factors. Symposium conducted at the Academy of Management annual conference, Vancouver, BC. 

*Raver, J.L., Ehrhart, M.G., & Lim, B.C. (2015). Incivility norms and the pursuit of empowerment and cultural alignment. In M.G. González-Morales (Chair), Context matters: New perspectives in the study of incivility. Symposium conducted at the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology annual conference, Philadelphia, PA. 

*Jensen, J., & Raver, J.L. (2015). Witnessing incivility: What factors will elicit bystander decisions to intervene? In M.G. González-Morales (Chair), Context matters: New perspectives in the study of incivility. Symposium conducted at the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology annual conference, Philadelphia, PA.

*Chadwick, I.C.+ & Raver, J.L. (2014). Resource constrained yet proactive? The mediating role of cognitive appraisals. In M.A. Shaffer, S.D. Charlier, & M.L. Kraimer (Eds.), The power of stressors: New directions in the challenge and hindrance stressor framework.  Symposium conducted at the Academy of Management annual conference, Philadelphia, PA.

*Raver, J.L., Tang, C.+, & Chan, A.+ (2014). Disagreeable teammates and cooperation in public goods dilemmas. Paper presented at the International Association for Conflict Management conference annual conference, Amsterdam, Netherlands.

*Jensen, J.M., & Raver, J.L. (2014). Witnessing incivility: How do coworkers decide when to intervene? Paper presented at the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology annual conference, Honolulu, HI. 

*Chadwick, I.C.+ & Raver, J.L. (2013). Continuously improving in tough times: Overcoming resource constraints with psychological capital. Paper presented at the Academy of Management annual conference, Orlando, FL. 

*Raver, J.L., Ehrhart, M.E., & Lim, B.C. (2013). Difficult team members: Implications for trust, conflict, effectiveness, and leadership. Paper presented at the Academy of Management annual conference, Orlando, FL. 

*Ehrhart, M.E., Raver, J.L., & Lim, B.C. (2013). To whom do team members go for help? A multilevel investigation of sources of advice in teams. In T. Nielson (Chair), OCB: Exploring new directions in multilevel, international contexts. Symposium conducted at the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology annual conference, Houston, TX.

*Raver, J.L., & Chadwick, I.C.+ (2012). Workplace harassment and team (in)effectiveness. In L.C. Lomeli and K.N. Miner (Chairs), Explorations into the conundrums and complexities of workplace mistreatment. Symposium conducted at the Academy of Management annual meeting, Boston, MA.

*Raver, J.L., & Chadwick, I.C.+ (2011). A phenomenological analysis of respect and disrespect in work teams. Paper presented at the International Association for Conflict Management conference, Istanbul, Turkey. 

*Raver, J.L., Chadwick, I.C.+, & Jensen, J. (2010). The context of workplace harassment: HR practices, work environments, and organizational factors. Paper presented at the Academy of Management annual conference, Montreal, QC.

*Raver, J.L., van Knippenberg, D., Mayer, D.M., Nishii, L.H., & Vestal, A. (2010). Gender diversity norms: Influences upon information elaboration and performance. Paper presented at the Academy of Management annual conference, Montreal, QC.

*Coulson, L. +, & Raver, J.L. (2010). Bystander intervention after sexist remarks in work groups. In J. O’Reilly & K. Aquino (chairs), Third parties’ reactions to bad behavior in organizations. Symposium conducted at the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology annual conference, Atlanta, GA. 

*Lyons, B.+, & Raver, J.L. (2010). Group, dyadic, and racial influences on attributions of racial discrimination. In B. Lyons & J. Raver (chairs), Relational influences on race and sex discrimination in organizations. Symposium conducted at the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology annual conference, Atlanta, GA.

*Raver, J.L., Ehrhart, M.G., & Chadwick, I.C.+ (2009). The emergence of team helping norms: Foundations within members’ attributes and behaviors. Paper presented at the Academy of Management annual conference, Chicago.

*Raver, J.L., Jensen, J., Lee, J.H., & O’Reilly, J.+ (2009). When task and relationship conflict collide: Productive responses, counterproductive responses, and trait influences. Paper presented at the Academy of Management annual conference, Chicago.

*Chadwick, I.C.+, & Raver, J.L. (2009). Individual and organizational influences on the development of group learning. Paper presented at the Academy of Management annual conference, Chicago.

*Raver, J.L., & Chadwick, I.C.+ (2009). Team goal orientation and conflict: Decoupling task and relational conflicts with goal orientation theory. Paper presented at the International Association for Conflict Management conference, Kyoto, Japan.

*Chadwick, I.C.+, & Raver, J.L. (2009). Diversity and aggression in groups: Multi-level relationships and leadership moderators. Paper presented at the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology annual conference, New Orleans, LA.

*Lyons, B.+, & Raver, J.L. (2009). Contextual influences on attributions of racial discrimination in work groups.  Paper presented at the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology annual conference, New Orleans, LA.

*Nishii, L.H., Mayer, D., Porter, R., Vestal, A., & Raver, J.L. (2009).  Gender diversity and creativity: The moderating role of group LMX.  Paper presented at the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology annual conference, New Orleans, LA.

*Raver, J.L., & Nishii, L.H. (2008). Gender harassment, ethnic harassment, and their combined effects on employee attitudes and health. Paper presented at the Academy of Management annual conference, Anaheim, CA.

*O’Reilly, J.+, & Raver, J.L. (2008). Rewards, surveillance, and leadership: Cross-level effects on employee deviance and citizenship. Paper presented at the Academy of Management annual conference, Anaheim, CA.

*Raver, J.L., & van Knippenberg, D. (2008). Personality predictors of diversity beliefs and shared group diversity norms. In J.L. Raver & D. van Knippenberg (chairs), Diversity mindsets: Their nature, development, and implications for organizations. Symposium conducted at the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology annual conference, San Francisco, CA.

*Raver, J.L., Dawson, J., Grojean, M., & Smith, D.B. (2008). Contextual predictors of organizational-level aggression from staff and patients. In M.S. Hershcovis & T.C. Reich (chairs), Bringing the relationship into the experience of workplace aggression. Symposium conducted at the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology annual conference, San Francisco, CA.

*O’Reilly, J.+, & Raver, J.L. (2008). Measuring norms for workplace deviance and citizenship behavior. Paper presented at the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology annual conference, San Francisco, CA.

*Jensen, J.M., Raver, J.L. & O’Reilly, J.+ (2008). Influencing OCB and CWB through organizational control and performance monitoring. In J.M. Jensen (chair), Structural and individual predictors of OCB and CWB. Symposium conducted at the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology annual conference, San Francisco, CA. 

*Raver, J.L. (2008). Workplace aggression from supervisors and coworkers. Paper presented at the Seventh International Conference on Occupational Stress and Health, Washington, D.C. 

*Raver, J.L. (2007). Sexual harassment vs. generalized workplace aggression: Construct differentiation and contextual antecedents. Paper presented at the European Association of Work and Organizational Psychology annual conference, Stockholm, Sweden. 

*Raver, J.L. (2007). Linking supervisor and coworker aggression with target behaviors and health: A fair comparison. Paper presented at the Administrative Sciences Association of Canada annual conference, Ottawa, Ontario.  

*Raver, J.L. & van Knippenberg, D. (2007). Openness to diversity and the informational benefits of gender diversity. In J.L. Raver & D. van Knippenberg (chairs), Work group diversity: Sophisticated conceptualizations, task-relevant characteristics, and multilevel perspectives. Symposium conducted at the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology annual conference, New York. 

*Nishii, L.H., Gotte, A., & Raver, J.L. (2007). Upper echelon theory revisited: Implications for diversity. Paper presented at the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology annual conference, New York.

*Raver, J.L., & Ehrhart, M.G. (2006). Interpersonally fair teams: Linking justice climate, affective tone, and team citizenship behaviors. Paper presented at the Academy of Management annual conference, Atlanta, GA. 

*Raver, J.L., & O’Reilly, J.+ (2006). Trait competitiveness in harmful interpersonal conflicts: Implications for revenge and working harder. Paper presented at the International Association for Conflict Management conference, Montreal, Canada.

*Raver, J.L., & Nishii, L.H. (2006). Interactive effects of gender harassment and ethnic harassment on targets. In S. Kaplan, J. Bradley & J.L. Raver (chairs), Modern-day sexism at work: Forgotten, but not gone. Symposium conducted at the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology annual conference, Dallas, TX. 

River, J.L., & Nishii, L.H. (2005). Managing global diversity: Towards an inclusive model. Paper presented at the Diversity as a Competitive Advantage in the Global Economy conference hosted by Syracuse University, Minnowbrook, New York. 

*Dawson, J.F., Raver, J.L., Grojean, M.W., & Smith, D.B. (2005). The straw that broke the camel’s back: Organizational-level linkages between workplace aggression and organizational safety. In S.D. Pugh and J. Dietz (chairs), Advances in aggregate-level research: Toward establishing causal priority. Symposium conducted at the Academy of Management annual conference, Honolulu, Hawaii.

*Raver, J.L. (2005). Behavioral outcomes of experiencing workplace aggression. Paper presented at the International Association for Conflict Management conference, Seville, Spain.

*Raver, J.L., & Ehrhart, M.G. (2005). Antecedents of team citizenship behaviors: Leader behaviors and affective tone. Paper presented at the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology annual conference, Los Angeles, CA. 

*Gelfand, M.J., Raver, J.L., Nishii, L.H., Duan, L., & Lim, B.C. (2005). A multilevel theory of cultural tightness-looseness. In A. Knight, L. Leslie, and M.J. Gelfand (Chairs), Levels of analysis in cross-cultural organizational research. Symposium conducted at the Society for Industrial and Organizational Society annual conference, Los Angeles, CA. 

*Raver, J.L., & Gelfand, M.J. (2003). Linking sexual harassment, team processes, and team performance. Paper presented at the Academy of Management annual conference, Seattle, WA.

*Raver, J.L., Nishii, L.H., Gelfand, M.J., & Schneider, B. (2003). Organizational-level antecedents to discrimination: A systems perspective. Paper presented at the Academy of Management annual conference, Seattle, WA.

*Gelfand, M. J., Nishii, L.H., Godfrey, E.G., Raver, J.L., Chi, S., & Okumura, T. (2003). Culture and metaphor in negotiation. In W. Adair (Chair), Culture and negotiation. Symposium conducted at the Academy of Management annual conference, Seattle, WA.

*Nishii, L.N., & Raver, J.L. (2003). Collective climates for diversity: Evidence from a field study. Paper presented at the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology annual conference, Orlando, FL. 

*Gelfand, M.J., Lim, B.C., Nishii, L.N., & Raver, J.L. (2003). National culture and organizational culture strength: The system of cultural tightness-looseness. In F. Sala (Chair), Antecedents and consequences of climate and culture strength. Symposium conducted at the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology annual conference, Orlando, FL.

*Raver, J.L. (2002). Tradition. In B. Schneider (Chair), Diagnosis of a service organization: Aligning climate, culture, and strategy. Symposium conducted at the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology annual conference, Toronto, Canada.

*Raver, J.L., & Nishii, L.H. (2001). And justice for all? An organizational justice perspective on workplace diversity. In B.L. Kelsey (Facilitator), Diversity in the workplace: Bane or boon? Symposium conducted at the Academy of Management annual conference, Washington, DC. 

*Gelfand, M.J., Raver, J.L., Nishii, L.H., & Smith Major, V. (2001). Psychological mechanisms underlying the wage gap: Toward a psychology of gender in salary negotiations. In L.A. Barron and A. Mickel (Co-chairs), Men, women, money and markets. Symposium conducted at the Academy of Management annual conference, Washington, DC.

*Nishii, L.H., & Raver, J.L. (2001). Examining contextual predictors of organizational conflict: Climate for diversity. In L. Nishii (Chair), Conflict in groups and organizations. Symposium conducted at the International Association for Conflict Management annual conference, Paris, France. 

*Godfrey, E.G., Nishii, L.H., Raver, J.L., & Gelfand, M.J. (2001). Metaphoric maps in negotiation. In P. Hanges and M.J. Gelfand (Co-chairs), The applications of pathfinder to understanding cognition in organizational psychology. Symposium conducted at the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology annual conference, San Diego, CA.

*Raver, J.L., Gelfand, M.J., & Ehrhart, K.M. (2001). Cross-cultural research: Judgment calls, rival hypotheses, and potential solutions. Paper presented at the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology annual conference, San Diego, CA. 

*Raver, J.L., & Gelfand, M.J. (2000). The impact of sexual harassment on work group processes and performance: A theoretical model. In T. Glomb (Chair), How detrimental is sexual harassment?: Broadening the boundaries of research. Symposium conducted at the Society for Industrial and Organizational Society annual conference, New Orleans, LA. 

*Nishii, L.H., Raver, J.L., Higgins, M., Gelfand, M.J., Dominguez, A., Toyama, M., & Murikami, F. (2000). Culture and negotiator cognition: Self-serving biases in negotiation in the U.S. and Japan. In M.J. Gelfand (Chair), Theoretical advances in cross-cultural industrial and organizational psychology. Symposium conducted at the Society for Industrial and Organizational Society annual conference, New Orleans, LA. 

*Gelfand, M.J., & Raver, J.L. (2000). Expanding I/O psychology theories: The role of metaphor. In M. Gelfand (Chair), New directions in studying dimensions of culture: Intracultural variation as a meaningful construct. Symposium conducted at the International Association for Cross-Cultural Psychology conference, Warsaw, Poland.

Conference Sessions Organized and Discussant/Panelist Participation

Raver, J.L. (2019). Cultural Intelligence and MBA/MIB Teams. Panelist in: L. Van Dyne and S. Ang (Chairs), Cultural intelligence: Capabilities in crossing cultures & working in diverse, inclusive teams. Professional Development Workshop conducted at the Academy of Management annual conference, Boston, MA.

Raver, J.L. (2019). Navigating troubled waters: A forum to advance research on motherhood and work. Session organizer for panel-forum conducted at the Society for Industrial and Organizational annual conference, National Harbor, MD.

*Raver, J.L. (2017). Conflict management doctoral consortium. Session organizer for Professional Development Workshop conducted at the Academy of Management annual conference, Atlanta, GA. 

*Bowling, N.A., & Raver, J.L. (2016). Co-Chairs for: I saw what you did! Bystander responses to workplace deviance. Symposium conducted at the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology annual conference, Anaheim, CA.

*Raver, J.L. (2014). Discussant for: P.N. Sharma & D.J. Yoon (Chairs), Putting a face to aggressive words and actions: Target and offender characteristics in workplace mistreatment processes. Symposium conducted at the Academy of Management annual conference, Philadelphia, PA. 

*Raver, J.L. (2014). Panelist in: J. Keeney, E. Luckman, E.Y. Zhao, & K.A. Jehn (Chairs), Bridging the dark and bright sides of leadership. Panel symposium conducted at the Academy of Management annual conference, Philadelphia, PA.

*Raver, J.L., Gross, M.A., & Ayoko, R. (2014). Co-Chairs for: Conflict and Counterproductive Work Behavior: A Caucus to Build Rapport and New Directions. Caucus Workshop conducted at the International Association for Conflict Management conference annual conference, Amsterdam, Netherlands.

*Raver, J.L. (2013). Discussant for: E.Y. Zhao & K.A. Jehn (Chairs), Exploring the darker side of leadership. Symposium conducted at the Academy of Management annual conference, Orlando, FL.

*Raver, J.L. (2013). Facilitator/Panelist in: S. Branch & J. Murray (Chairs), Workplace bullying: Using advances in academic research to address this phenomenon. Professional Development Workshop conducted at the Academy of Management annual conference, Orlando, FL.

*Raver, J.L. (2013). Panelist in: M. Olekalns (Chair), Conflict Management Division Junior Faculty Research Incubator. Professional Development Workshop conducted at the Academy of Management annual conference, Orlando, FL.

*Raver, J.L. (2011). Discussant for: J. Jensen (chair), Examining factors that exacerbate, alleviate, and explain consequences of incivility. Symposium conducted at the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology annual conference, Chicago.

*Raver, J.L. (2010). From destructive interpersonal conflicts to compassionate relationships: Bridging the divide. Session organizer for Professional Development Workshop conducted at the Academy of Management annual conference, Montreal, QC. 

*Lyons, B., & Raver, J.L. (2010), Relational influences on race and sex discrimination in organizations. Co-chairs of symposium conducted at the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology annual conference, Atlanta, GA.

*Raver, J.L. (2008). The dark side of employees’ behavior: Evaluating our questions, answers, and future directions. Session organizer for Professional Development Workshop conducted at the Academy of Management annual conference, Anaheim, CA. 

*Raver, J.L. & van Knippenberg, D. (2008), Diversity mindsets: Their nature, development, and implications for organizations. Co-chairs of symposium conducted at the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology annual conference, San Francisco, CA.

*Raver, J.L. & van Knippenberg, D. (2007). Work group diversity: Sophisticated conceptualizations, task-relevant characteristics, and multilevel perspectives. Co-chairs of symposium conducted at the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology annual conference, New York. 

*Raver, J.L. (2007). Discussant for: K. Schneider (chair), Incivility, social undermining experiences, and diversity climate perceptions. Symposium conducted at the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology annual conference, New York.

Raver, J.L. (2007). Panelist in: SIOP Organizational Frontiers Volume: Conflict in Organizations. Special Event at the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology annual conference, New York.

*Raver, J.L., & van Knippenberg, D. (2006). Work group diversity: Towards more sophisticated models. Co-chairs of symposium conducted at the Academy of Management annual conference, Atlanta, GA. 

Raver, J.L. (2005). Workplace bullying: International perspectives on moving from research to practice. Chair of symposium conducted at the Academy of Management annual conference, Honolulu, Hawaii. 

Raver, J.L. (2005). Panelist in: Frontiers series: Workplace discrimination. Special Event at the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology annual conference, Los Angeles, CA.

Awards

Fellowships

E. Marie Shantz Professorship in Organizational Behavior, Smith School of Business (2017-2021)

E. Marie Shantz Faculty Fellowship in Organizational Behavior, Smith School of Business (2005-2017)

D.I. McLeod Summer & Term Fellowships, Queen’s School of Business (2004-2009)

Graduate School Fellowship, University of Maryland (1998-2000)

Research Awards

Award for Research Achievement, Queen’s School of Business (2012)

New Researcher Achievement Award, Queen’s School of Business (2006)

Excellence in Research Award, University of Maryland Graduate Student Government (2000-2001)

Other Awards

Most Influential Article Award, Academy of Management CM Division, 2017, “Differences between tight and loose cultures: A 33-nation study.

Best Paper Award, Outstanding Practical Implications for Management, Academy of Management OB Division, “Continuously improving in tough times: Overcoming resource constraints with psychological capital.”  (2013)

Best Empirical Paper Award, International Association of Conflict Management, “Behavioral outcomes of experiencing workplace aggression” (2005)

Outstanding Article Award, International Association of Conflict Management, “Culture and egocentric perceptions of fairness in conflict and negotiation” (Journal of Applied Psychology) (2004)

Dorothy Harlow Best Paper Award, Academy of Management GDO Division, “Linking sexual harassment, team processes, and team performance” (2003)

Milton Dean Havron Social Sciences Award, University of Maryland Dept. of Psychology (2003)

Clara Mayo Award and Grant, Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues (2000)

Phi Beta Kappa, University of Florida (1996)

Florida Academic Scholar Award and Lockheed Martin Corp. Scholarship (1994-1997)

Grants & Funding

Raver, J.L. (2015-2022). From destructive relationship conflicts to thriving at work: Bridging the divide. Insight Grant, Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, $184,125.

Raver, J.L., & Spitzmuller, M. (2017). Leading resilient teams conference. Conference funding award, Smith School of Business, $20,000.

Chan, Y., de Bettignies, J., Chen, C., Hunter, B., Hambly., H., Pant, L., Packalen, K., Raver, J., Thiele, V., Viswanathan, L., Andrew, J., Blay-Palmer, A., Dacin, T., Donald, B., Ivus, O., & Stolarick, K. (2011). Research partnerships to revitalize rural economies.  Partnership Development Grant, Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, $238,610.

Raver, J.L. (2009). General Research Grant, Queen’s School of Business, $19,265.

Chan, Y., Donald, B., Raver, J., Wilson, R., Hunter, G., & Blay-Palmer, A.  (2008).  Revitalizing rural economies by mobilizing academic knowledge.  Knowledge Impact in Society Grant, Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, $298,501.

Chan, Y., Borowec, D., Aubert, B., Dostie, B., Rivard, S., Desjardins, C., Chen, C., de Bettignies, J., Donald, B., Gregory, A., McHale, J., Packalen, K., Pazderka, B., Raver, J., Selkirk, C., Sephton, P., Wilson, R., Hunter, G., Suret, J., Blay-Palmer, A.  (2008).  Revitalizing rural economies through community-university partnerships.  Community-University Research Alliances (CURA), Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, Letter of Intent Successful.

Raver, J.L. (2007). Diversity and the success of new ventures. Monieson Centre joint project with Prince Edward/Lennox & Addington Community Futures Development Corporation (PELA CFDC), $16,722.

Raver, J.L. (2006-2010). The nature, emergence, and outcomes of aggression in work groups. General Research Grant, Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, $100,486. 

Raver, J.L. (2005). General Research Grant, Queen’s School of Business, $8,000.

Raver, J.L. (2005, 2008). D.I. McLeod Summer Fellowship, Queen’s School of Business, $3,200.

Raver, J.L. (2004, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009). D.I. McLeod Term Fellowship, Queen’s School of Business, $900-3,000 each year.

Raver, J.L. (2000). The impact of sexual harassment on team processes and performance: Linking harassment research to bottom-line organizational outcomes. Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues, Clara Mayo Grant, $1000. 

Nishii, L.H., Raver, J.L., Dominguez, A., & Gelfand, M.J. (1999-2000). Organizational culture and diversity assessment. [University Libraries], $7500.

Service

Professional Service

Academic Leadership

Academy of Management, Conflict Management Division

  • Past Division Chair, 2020-2021
  • Division Chair, 2019-2020
  • Division Chair-Elect, 2018-2019
  • Program Chair, 2017-2018
  • PDW Program Chair, 2016-2017
  • Representative at Large, 2009-2011 (elected Executive Committee position)
  • Communications Committee Member, 2008-2009

International Association for Conflict Management

  • Representative at Large, 2011-2013 (elected officer position on IACM Board)
  • Program Chair, Annual conference in Boston, Massachusetts, 2009-2010

Editorial Roles

Associate Editor, Organizational Psychology Review, 2020 - Present

Associate Editor, Applied Psychology: An International Review, 2011-2016

Guest Editor, Negotiation and Conflict Management Research, special issue on Counterproductive Work Behavior and Conflict, 2011-2013

Editorial Board Member

  • Academy of Management Journal, 2011-2016
  • Academy of Management Review, 2011-2015
  • Journal of Applied Psychology, 2013-2015; Principal Reviewer, 2012-2013
  • Negotiation and Conflict Management Research, 2006-present Small Group Research, 2011-2013

Ad Hoc Reviewing

  • Journal of Organizational Behavior
  • Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology
  • Journal of Occupational Health Psychology
  • Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes
  • Group and Organizational Management  
  • Organization Science
  • Journal of Management Inquiry
  • Administrative Science Quarterly
  • Basic and Applied Social Psychology
  • British Journal of Management
  • International Journal of Human Resource Management
  • Thunderbird International Management Review
  • Academy of Management conference: OB, CM, and GDO divisions
  • Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology conference
  • International Association of Conflict Management conference 
  • Work, Stress and Health conference

Membership in Professional Associations

  • Academy of Management (AOM)
  • Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (SIOP)
  • International Association for Conflict Management (IACM)
  • Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM)

University Service

Smith School of Business Committees 

  • Faculty Board Chair, 2012-2017, 2020-present
  • Graduate Committee Member, 2007-2014, 2016-2017, 2019-present
  • Appointments Committee 2019-2020
  • Renewal, Tenure, and Promotion Committee, 2015-2016
  • Monieson Centre Research Advisory Board Member, 2012-2015
  • Monieson Centre Funding Adjudication Committee, 2007-2010
  • Unit Research Ethics Board (UREB) Member, 2006-2007
  • Research Committee Member, 2006-2007
  • International Committee Member, 2005-2006

Queen’s University Committees 

  • Queen’s University Wellness Council Member, 2019-2020
  • University General Research Ethics Board (GREB) Member, 2007-2008
  • Principal’s Advisory Committee for Dean Re-Appointment, 2007-2008

Organizational Behaviour Area Group Service

  • OB Area Seminar Series Coordinator, 2006-2008, 2015-2016
  • OB Area Comprehensive Exam Coordinator, 2006-2007, 2009-2010
  • OB Area Representative for Commerce Program upper-year course information session, 2005-2008
  • Actively involved in all OB area meetings and business (e.g., faculty recruitment, grad student recruitment, coordinating teaching assignments, other business)

Case Competition Coaching and Judging 

  • TATA Corporate Social Responsibility Case Competition, Judge for Internal Team Selection, 2011
  • Excalibur Human Resources Case Competition, Team Coach, 2008-2009
  • Rotman (Univ. of Toronto) CSR Case Competition, Judge for Internal Team Selection, 200

Consulting, Organizational Diagnoses, and Public Outreach

Applied Experience

  • Organizational Diagnostician, First-Responders Organization, 2019-2020
  • Organizational Diagnostician, Manufacturing Organization, 2010-2013
  • Organizational Diagnostician, Healthcare Organization, 2010
  • Organizational Diagnostician, Manufacturing Organization, 2008
  • Organizational Diagnostician, Healthcare & Housing Organization, 2006
  • Organizational Diagnostician, Regional Bank, 2001
  • Test Validator & Subject Matter Expert, 2001, Diversity Awareness (U.S.) test, Brainbench, Inc.
  • Organizational Diagnostician, Food Services Organization, 2000–2001
  • Consultant, University Library System, 1999–2000