About Michele Williams
Michele Williams is an Assistant Professor of Organizational Behavior at the Industrial and Labor Relations School, Cornell University. She received her PhD in Organizational Behavior from the University of Michigan, her MA in Education from Columbia University and her BA in Psychology from Johns Hopkins University. Before joining the faculty at Cornell, Professor Williams was a member of the faculty at the Sloan School of Management, Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Professor Williams has consulted on effective relationship development and collaboration for public and private organizations such as Booz Allen Hamilton and Massachusetts General Hospital. She is also co-author of the Four Capabilities Leadership Assessment (4-CAP)—an online 360° assessment used by organizations to enhance the leadership potential of managers.
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When Do Female-Owned Businesses Out-Survive Male-Owned Businesses? A Disaggregated Approach ...
Journal of Business Venturing (2014)
Studies have invoked several theoretical perspectives to explain differences between female-owned businesses and male-owned businesses. Yet, few have considered the ...
Contributions to Books (4)
Contribution to Book
Perspective Taking: Building Positive Interpersonal Connections and Trustworthiness One Interaction ...
The Oxford Handbook of Positive Organizational Scholarship (2012)
There is growing interest in the role of perspective taking in organizations. Perspective taking has been linked to enhanced interpersonal ...