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Stefanie K. Johnson

Assistant Professor, University of Colorado Boulder Leeds School of Business

995 Regent Drive, 419UCB, Boulder, CO 80309

Stefanie.Johnson@Colorado.edu

Education

Rice University, Houston, Texas

M.A. and Ph.D. in Industrial/Organizational Psychology; May, 2002 and 2004

Claremont McKenna College, Claremont, California

B.A., Cum Laude in Psychology, with Honors; May, 2000

Professional Experience

Assistant Professor of Management, University of Colorado Boulder January, 2014 – present Assistant to Associate Professor of Management, CU Denver January, 2009 – December 2013 Assistant Professor of Psychology, Colorado State University July, 2007 – December 2008 Instructor of Management, University of Colorado, Denver 2006 – 2007 Instructor of Management, University of Wisconsin, Madison 2004 – 2006 Awards Outstanding Alumnus Award – Claremont McKenna College 2014 Outstanding Teaching – Business School, University of Colorado Denver 2010 Laube Community Impact Award– Business School, University of Colorado Denver 2010 Journal Publications 2016 Hekman, D., Johnson, S. K., Foo, M. D., & *Yang, W. An examination of whether and how diversity-valuing behavior results in worse performance ratings for minority and female leaders than white and male leaders. Academy of Management Journal, online first.

2016 Murphy, S. E., & Johnson, S. K. Leadership and leader developmental selfefficacy: Their role in enhancing leader development efforts. New Directions for Student Leadership, 149, 73 – 84.

2016 Reichard, R. J., *Walker, D. O., *Putter, S., *Middleton, E., & Johnson, S. K.

Believing is Becoming: The Role of Leader Developmental Efficacy in Leader Self-Development. Journal of Leadership and Organizational Studies.

2014 *Hoffmeister, K., Gibbons, A. M., Johnson, S. K., Cigularov, K. P., Chen, P. Y., & Rosecrance, J. C. The differential effects of transformational leadership facets on employee safety. Safety Science, 62, 68 – 78.

2014 Johnson, S. K., Sitzmann, T., & *Nguyen, A. T. Don’t hate me because I’m beautiful: Acknowledging appearance mitigates the “beauty is beastly” effect.

Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 125, 184 – 192.

2014 *Kaufman, B. R., Cigularov, K. P., Chen, P., *Hoffmeister, K., Gibbons, A., & Johnson, S. K. Interactive Effects of leader justice and support for safety on safety performance. Journal of Organizational Effectiveness: People and Performance, 1, 296 – 315.

2014 Sitzmann, T., & Johnson, S. K. The paradox of seduction by irrelevant details:

How irrelevant information helps and hinders self-regulated learning. Learning and Individual Differences, 34, 1 – 11.

2014 *Webb Day, J., Baron, L., Holladay, C. L., & Johnson, S. K. Organizational Rewards: Considering Employee Need in Allocation. Personnel Review, 43, 74 – 95.

2013 Holladay, C. L., *David, E., & Johnson, S. K. Retesting personality in employee selection: Implications of the context, sample and setting. Psychological Reports, 112, 486 – 501.

2013 Sy, T., Choi, J. N., & Johnson, S. K. Reciprocal interactions between leader charisma and group mood. The Leadership Quarterly, 24, 463 – 476.

2012 Johnson, S. K., *Duarte, L. L., Hernez-Broome, G., Fleenor, J. W., & Steed, J.

Go for the goal(S): relationship between goal setting and transfer of training following leadership development. Academy of Management Learning & Education, 11(4), 555 – 569.

2012 Sitzmann, T. & Johnson, S. K. The best laid plans: Evaluating the conditions under which a planning intervention improves learning and reduces attrition.

Journal of Applied Psychology, 97, 967 – 981.

2012 Sitzmann, T. & Johnson, S. K. When is ignorance bliss? The effects of inaccurate self-assessments of knowledge on learning and attrition.

Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 117, 192 – 207.

2012 *Whitely, P., Sy, T., & Johnson, S. K. Positive perceptions of followers as an ingredient for the naturally occurring Pygmalion Effect in managerial settings.

The Leadership Quarterly, 23, 822 – 834.

2011 Murphy, S. E., & Johnson, S. K. The benefits of a long-lens approach to leader development: Understanding the seeds of leadership. The Leadership Quarterly, 22, 459 – 470.

2011 Reichard, R. J., & Johnson, S. K. Leader self-development as organizational strategy. The Leadership Quarterly, 22, 33 – 42.

2010 Hoyt, C. L., Johnson, S. K., Murphy, S. E., & Skinnell, K. H. Effects of subtle and blatant stereotype-threat on female leaders’ self-efficacy and performance.

The Leadership Quarterly, 21, 716 – 732.

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2009 Johnson, S. K., Bettenhausen, K., & *Gibbons, E. Realities of working in virtual teams: Affective and attitudinal outcomes. Small Group Research, 40, 623-649.

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Harvard Business Review Articles 2016 Johnson, S. K. & Hekman, D. R. Women and minorities are penalized for promoting diversity according to new research. Harvard Business Review.

2016 Johnson, S. K., Hekman, D. R., & *Chan, E. T. Breaking the glass ceiling – It just takes two (minority or female finalists). Harvard Business Review.

Work in Progress Johnson, S. K. & *Chan, E. T. Can looks deceive you? Attractive decoys mitigate beauty is beastly bias. In preparation for Personnel Psychology.





Johnson, S. K., Hekman, D. R., & *Chan, E. T. Breaking the glass ceiling – It just takes two (minority or female finalists). In preparation for Academy of Management Journal.

Johnson, S. K., *Veestraeten, M., Leroy, H., & Sy, T. Meeting Expectations: How followershipschema and leader high-expectations shape follower work engagement. Under review, Academy of Management Journal.

Johnson, S. K., *Chan, E. T., Calhoun, D., Lerner, D., Fitza, M., & Johnson, P. T. J. Risky business: Toxoplasma Gondii is linked to entrepreneurship across individuals and countries. In preparation for Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.

*Kirk, J. F. & Johnson, S. K. (in preparation). Leader identity and the glass ceiling: How countercommunal identity creates problems for female leaders. In preparation for Academy of Management Journal.

Sheppard, L. D., & Johnson, S. K. The femme fatale effect: Attractiveness is a liability for women in terms of perceived truthfulness in organizations. Under review at Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes.

Book Chapters 2016 Thornton, G. C., Johnson, S. K., & Church, A. H. Selecting leaders: Executives and high-potentials. Handbook of Employee Selection, accepted.

2016 Johnson, S. K., *Kirk, J., & *Chan, E. The perils of pretty: Effects of personal appearance across the career. Impact of Diversity on Career Development, accepted.

2014 Murphy, S. E., *Putter, S., & Johnson, S. K. Soft skills training: Best practices in industry and higher education. Chapter 11. In R.E. Riggio & S. Tan (Eds.), Understanding and assessing soft leader skills. New York: Routledge/Taylor and Francis.

2013 Dipboye, R. L., & Johnson, S. K. Understanding and improving employee selection interviews. In K. F. Geisinger (Ed.), APA Handbook of Testing and Assessment in Psychology, Vol. 1. Test Theory and Testing and Assessment in Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Ch. 27.

2011 Hoyt, C. L., & Johnson, S. K. Gender and leadership development: A case of female leaders. In S. E. Murphy & R. Reichard (Eds.), Early development and leadership: Building the next generation of leaders. New York: Psychology Press/Routledge.

2011 Murphy, S. E., & Johnson, S. K. Leadership research and education: how business schools approach the concept of leadership. In M. Harvey, & R. E. Riggio (Eds.), Leadership Studies: The Dialogue of Disciplines, Ch.11, pp. 129 –148.

Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar Publishers.

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2008 Murphy, S. E., Reichard, R. J., & Johnson, S. K. Self regulation and leadership:

Implications for leader performance and leader development. In D. Forsyth, A.

Goethals, & C. Hoyt (Eds.), Social Psychology and Leadership.

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Dipboye, R. L., Wooten, K. C., & Halverson#, S. K. Behavioral and situational interviews. In J. C. Thomas (Ed). Comprehensive handbook of psychological assessment, Vol. 4 (pp. 297 – 316). New York: John Wiley.

#Maiden name; *Student researcher Presentations at Universities Johnson, S. K. (2016, July). Diversify: Overcoming unconscious biases that affect the evaluation of women and nonwhite leaders. Presentation at Erasmus University, Rotterdam, Netherlands.

Johnson, S. K. (2016, June). Diversify: Unconscious biases affect the evaluation of women and nonwhite leaders Invited presentation and Leeds Summer Brown Bag, Boulder CO.

Johnson, S. K. (2016, April). Negotiating Diversity: Unconscious Biases Affect the Evaluation of Women and Nonwhite Leaders. Invited presentation at the Harvard Negotiations and Leadership Conference. Boston, MA.

Johnson, S. K. (2016, June). Using goal setting and feedback to maximize leader effectiveness.

Invited presentation and CU Grow, Boulder CO.

Johnson, S. K. & *Kirk, J. (2015, June). Social role theory and double standards of competence:

The self versus other. International network of implicit leadership theory (ILT) scholars meeting. University of Edinburgh Business School. Edinburgh, UK.

Johnson, S. K. (2015, May). Hooked on a Feeling? Understanding the Role of Emotions at Work. Presented at the Chancellor’s Spring Seminar. Boulder CO.

Johnson, S. K. (2015, June). Hooked on a Feeling? Understanding the Role of Emotions at Work. Presented at Leeds Power Breakfast. Boulder CO.

Johnson, S. K. (2013, September). Advanced research methods for studying leadership.

University of Durham Business School. Durham, UK.

Johnson, S. K. (2009, February). Organizational influences and outcomes of work-family balance. Presented at management seminar. University of Colorado, Denver. Denver, CO.

Invited Seminars/Workshops Presented Johnson, S. K. and Hekman, D. R. (2016, July). Diversify: Overcoming unconscious biases that affect the evaluation of women and nonwhite leaders. Presentation to Phillips 66 HR Leadership Team and Presentation to Phillips 66 Recruiter Forum. Houston, TX.

Johnson, S. K. and Hekman, D. R. (2016, July). Diversify: Overcoming unconscious biases that affect the evaluation of women and nonwhite leaders. Presentation to CitiGroup Diversity and HR Teams, New York, NY.

Goldenhar, L., Johnson, S. K., *Schwatka, N. V. (2016, June). Training to improve safety and jobsite safety climate. Invited presentation at CPWR’s r2p in construction conference on increasing the use of evidence-based interventions through social marketing, networking, and other strategies. Cincinnati, OH.

Johnson, S. K. and Hekman, D. R. (2016, May). Diversify: Unconscious biases affect the evaluation of women and nonwhite leaders Invited presentation and Ariel Investments, Chicago, IL.

Johnson, S. K. and Hekman, D. R. (2016, May). The importance of diversity and inclusion in the entrepreneurship ecosystem. Invited presentation and Boulder Think Tank, Boulder, CO.

Johnson, S. K. (2016, April). Framing the business case through research. Panelist at The White House Briefing on Diversity in the Corporate Sector, Washington D.C.

Goldenhar, L., Johnson, S. K., *Schwatka, N.V. (2016, March). A preview of a new, interactive training module for enhancing jobsite safety leadership. Presentation at the Construction Safety Conference, Oakbrook Terrace, IL.

Johnson, S. K. (2015, June). The Perils of Pretty. Invited presentation to the women’s group, The Coolest Women We Know. Boulder, CO.

Johnson, S. K. (2011, April). Women in IO Psychology: Issues in Leadership. Talk for THEO program. Presented at the annual conference of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Chicago, IL.

*Putter, S. & Johnson, S. K. (2010, September). 51 ways to motivate your volunteers.

Educational session at the annual Colorado Conference on Volunteerism. Denver, CO.

Johnson, S. K. (2010, September). Leadership development and self-awareness. Educational session for the Colorado Nonprofit Association. Denver, CO.

Johnson, S. K. (2008, April). Innovations in I/O teaching/curricula. Invited presentation.

Presented at the annual conference of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, San Francisco, CA.

Johnson, S. K. (2008, October). Leading in the nonprofit and communication industry. Invited educational session at annual conference of the Association of Public Safety Communications Officials (APCO). Denver, CO.

Refereed Presentations at Meetings *Kirk, J. & Johnson, S. K. (2015). Social role theory and double standards of competence: The self vs other. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Academy of Management, Vancouver.

Johnson, S. K., *Veestraeten, M., Leroy, H., & Sy, T. (2015). Theory Y2: Follower schema determine the effects of leader high expectations on follower outcomes. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Academy of Management, Vancouver.

*Schwatka, N.V., Goldenhar, L., Johnson, S. K. (March, 2014). Enhancing safety culture through leadership. Oral presentation at the Construction Safety Conference, Oakbrook Terrace, IL.

*Walker, D. O. & Johnson, S. K. (2014, October). Convergent and discriminant validity of a leader developmental efficacy measure. In S. E. Murphy (Chair), Leader developmental efficacy: Definition, measurement, and utility. Symposium conducted at the meeting of the International Leadership Association, San Diego, CA.

*Kaufman, B. R., Cigularov, K. P., Chen, P. Y., *Hoffmeister, K., Gibbons, A. M., & Johnson, S. K. (2013, May). Leader justice and safety performance: Moderating effect of leader support for safety. Paper presented at the 10th International Conference on Occupational Stress & Health, Los Angeles, CA.

Johnson, S. K., & *Nguyen, A. T. (2013, August). Don’t hate me because I’m beautiful:

Acknowledging appearance mitigates the “beauty is beastly” effect. Paper presented at the Academy of Management conference, Orlando, FL.



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