Assistant Professor of Work and Organizations Beth Campbell is featured in an article from the Carlson School of Management’s website.
Organizations invest countless time and money to attract high performers to their work environments, yet too often these individuals flounder or end up leaving early
Drawing upon an extensive field study of Taiwanese salons followed by a controlled experiment, Assistant Professor Elizabeth Campbell discovered an odd paradox might explain what many high performers were experiencing, particularly in workplaces that emphasized teamwork.
Campbell discovered high achievers were being undermined by their peers for standing out while at the same time earning higher levels of support from these same peers. (more)