Mindy (Krischer) Shoss
Associate Professor
University of Central Florida

Related Research Interests

We know from a large body of literature across multiple disciplines that it is good (for both individuals and organizations) to feel valued, accepted, and supported by others. One area of my research examines the sources of these perceptions. In particular, recent projects investigate the interactional and communicative basis of these relationships, as well as how positive (as well as negative) relationships can be formed, manifested, and revitalized in employees’ times of need.

Related Publications

  • Zagenczyk, T. J., Purvis, R. L., Shoss, M. K., & Scott, K. L. (2013). Social influence and leader perceptions: Multiplex social network ties and similarity in leader-member exchange. Journal of Business and Psychology. Advance online publication.
  • Eisenberger, R., Shoss, M. K., Karagonlar, G., Gonzalez-Morales, G., Wickham, R., & Buffardi, L. (2013). The supervisor POS–LMX–subordinate POS chain: Moderation by reciprocation wariness and supervisor’s organizational embodiment. Journal of Organizational Behavior. Advance online publication.
  • Shoss, M. K., Reynolds, C., Van Gronigan, A., & Robertson, M. (2014, November). Tell me about it: The development of a behavioral measure of received social support (RSS) at work. Paper to be presented at the annual conference of the Southern Management Association, Savannah.
  • Reynolds, C., Shoss, M. K., & Jundt, D. K. (2014, August). In the eye of the beholder: A multi-stakeholder perspective of discretionary work behaviors. Paper to be presented at the annual conference of the Academy of Management, Philadelphia.
  • Shoss, M. K. (Working paper). Navigating rough waters: Multidimensional criteria for evaluating coping success.
  • Shoss, M. K., & Witt, L. A. (Working paper). The role of adaptive leadership in planting the seeds of resilience and change.
  • Shoss, M. K., Waite, E., & Witt, L. A. (Working paper). When are supervisors seen as supportive? The interactive roles of personality and goal fit.