Linking CEOs’ Pride to Firm Strategy and Performance
We extend achievement attribution theory to examine how, upon perceiving success of their organizations, CEOs experience pride in their own and their firms’ efforts (authentic pride) or pride in capabilities (hubristic pride); and how this matters for their expectations of firm performance. We outline how such forms of pride trigger different kinds of firm outcomes; and we propose that emotional self-regulation processes can shape what kind of pride CEOs experience.
Strategic Management Policy
Strategy and Organisation
Southern Management Association Annual Meeting, 9-11 November 2011, Savannah
Southern Management Association
City or Country
Savannah, GA, USA
FAN, Terence Ping Ching; Hayward, Mathew; and Ashkanasy, Neal.
Linking CEOs’ Pride to Firm Strategy and Performance. (2011). Southern Management Association Annual Meeting, 9-11 November 2011, Savannah. 20. Research Collection Lee Kong Chian School Of Business.
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