Kyle Brykman CV

Kyle Brykman, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, Management
519-253-3000 ext. 4214
Office: OB 322B


  • Ph.D.  Queen's University - Smith School of Business, Kingston, Canada, Management, 2018.
  • M.Sc.  Wilfrid Laurier University, Waterloo, Canada, Organizational Behaviour (Human Resource Management Emphasis), 2013.
  • B.Comm. University of Western Ontario - Richard Ivey School of Business, London, Canada, 2009.

Employment Experience 

  • Assistant Professor, Odette School of Business, University of Windsor (March 2018 - Present)
  • Teaching Assistant, Queen's University (January 2014 - December 2017), Kingston, Canada.
  • Business Planning Analyst, Meals Division, General Mills Canada (January 2009 - December 2012)



  • Brykman, K. M. & O'Neill, T. A. (2022).  How conflict expressions affect recipients' conflict management behaviors.   Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 174,  [December] 
  • ​Brykman, K.M. & Maerz, A.M. (2022). How leaders inspire voice: The role of voice climate and team implicit voice theories. Journal of Business and Psychology, [June]
  • Hartmann, S.; Backmann, J., Newman, A., Brykman, K.M. & Pidduck, R.J. (2022). Psychological resilience of entrepreneurs: A review and agenda for future research.  Journal of Small Business Management, 60 (5), 1041-1079, [February]
  • Brykman, K.M. & King, D.D. (2021). A resource model of team resilience capacity and learning. Group & Organization Management, 46 (4), 737-772, [May]
  • Brykman, K.M. & Raver, J.L. (2021). To speak up often or effectively? The effects of voice quality and voice frequency on peers' and managers' evaluations. Journal of Organizational Behavior,
  • Brykman, K.M. & O'Neill, T.A. (2020). Beyond aggregation: How voice disparity relates to team conflict, satisfaction, and performance. Small Group Research, 52 (3), 288-315,

Conference Proceedings

  • Brykman, K.M.; King, D.D. & Raver, J.L. (2020). The mediating effects of team resilience on the relationship between voice climate and team learning.  Academy of Management annual conference (virtual) Symposium Showcase (Chair: A. Stoverink), Vancouver.
  • Brykman, K. M., & Raver, J. L. (2018).  Reject me once, shame on you: How leaders’ prior responses shape the emergence of voice climate.   Academy of Management Conference, Chicago, 2018 (1), 10549.
  • Brykman, K. M., & Raver, J. L. (2018).  From words to actions: The effects of voice quality on idea implementation.   Academy of Management Conference, Chicago, 2018 (1), 10546.
  • Brykman, K. M., & Raver, J. L. (2016).  The case for quality: Development and validation of the voice quality construct.   Academy of Management conference, Anaheim, 2016 (1), 12672.


  • Becker, C.; Hartmann, S. & Brykman, K.B. (August, 2022). How do entrepreneurial teams manage adversity? A qualitative study during the COVID-19 pandemic.  Academy of Management annual conference, Seattle. 
  • Hartmann, S. & Brykman, K.B. (August, 2022). Team resilience: Recent developments and building a microcommunity. Academy of Management annual conference, Seattle.
  • Brykman, K.B.; Cloutier, A., Carleton, E. & Samosh, D. (August, 2022). Too depressed and anxious to speak up: Weekly mental health symptoms and workplace silence.  Academy of Management annual conference, Seattle.
  • Brykman, K.M. (July, 2022). From team reflexivity to resilience capacity: The mediating role of team processes.  Interdisciplinary Network for Group Research (INGRoup) conference, Hamburg, Germany.
  • Brykman, K.M. (December 6, 2022). How peer endorsement leads managers to enact higher quality voice messages expressed on idea management platforms.  Invited presentation at FU-Berlin/Freie Universitat Berlin, Germany.
  • Hartmann, S. & Brykman, K.M. (August, 2022). Team resilience: Recent developments and building a microcommunity (Workshop).  Academy of Management annual conference, Seattle.
  • Schlosser, F.; Brykman, K. & Kerr, G. (2021, June). Comparison of immigrants versus Canadian-born business owners in developing strategies that build resilience during COVID-19. Babson College Entrepreneurship Research conference, virtual.
  • Brykman, K. M. (2019). The contrasting effects of team voice dispersion and aggregation on intrateam conflict and performance. Annual INGRoup Conference, Lisbon, Portugal.
  • Brykman, .K. M. & Raver, J. L. (2017). The quality advantage: The relative effects of voice quantity and quality on peer evaluations.  Southern Ontario Behavioural Decision Research conference, Kingston, Canada.
  • Brykman, K. M. & Hoffart, G. C. (2017). Psychological safety, voice, and constructive controversy: A multiple-mediated model.  Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Orlando.
  • Raver, J. L., Brykman, K., Chang, X., & Samosh, J. (2016). From adversity to thriving at work: Bridging the divide.  International Association for Conflict Management annual conference, New York City.
  • Erhart, M. E., Raver, J. L., Lim, B. C., & Brykman, K. M. (2016, August). Culture, cultural integrity, and service climate: Predicting patient satisfaction in nursing.  Academy of Management annual conference, Anaheim, California.
  • Brykman, K. M. & Raver, J. L. (2015). Voice quality: Construct development and scale validation.  Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Philadelphia.


  • Brykman, K.M. (2021-2023). Entrepreneurial Team Resilience.  SSHRC, total awarded: $53,787.
  • Brykman, K.M. (2021). The Antecedents to Voice Quality.  Odette School of Business Research Innovation Fund (RIF) grant, total awarded: $6,000.