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  • Degrees
    Ph.D., Positive Organizational Psychology
  • Research Interests
    Corporate Social Responsibility
    Implicit Leadership Theories
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Shin Han earned his doctorate in positive organizational psychology and serves as a Visiting Scholar at LeAD Labs. He is interested in ethical leadership and is working on how ethical leadership is related to various organizational outcomes. He earned a BA degree in psychology from Korea University, Seoul, Korea, and a MS degree in social and public communication from London School of Economics (LSE), London, UK. He also worked as a market researcher at an international marketing research agency for over 4 years and has conducted various market research projects. Outside his academic and professional works, Shin enjoys singing in the choir and playing the flute.

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Reichard, R.J., Jensen, K.L., & Han, S. (2023). Unhealthy organizations: When followers perceive tyrannical leaders as effective. Paper presentation at 13th Developing Leadership Capacity Conference, Henley-upon-Thames, UK: July 11-12.

Reichard, R.J. Jensen, K.J., Han, S., & Molina, R. (2023). When followers perceive tyrannical leaders as effective: Intersections of gender, race, and implicit leadership theories. Paper presentation at 6th Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Leadership Symposium. Rhodes, Greece: May 3-6.

Birnbaum, A., Smith, D., Han, S., Chow, C., & Reichard, R.J. (2021). The virtual teams reality: Can psychological safety act as a substitute for shared leadership in temporary teams? Symposium presentation at Society for Industrial-Organizational Psychology (SIOP), New Orleans, LA: April 15-17.