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Perceived Organizational Support And Leader-Member Exchange: A Social Exchange Perspective
Employees develop exchange relationships both with organizations and immediate superiors, as evidenced by research on perceived organizational support (POS) and leader-member exchange (LMX),Expand
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A meta-analysis was conducted to examine the influence of psychological contract breach on 8 work-related outcomes. Breach was related to all outcomes except actual turnover. Based on affectiveExpand
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Servant leadership: Development of a multidimensional measure and multi-level assessment ☆
Servant leadership stresses personal integrity and serving others, including employees, customers, and communities. This article focuses on a servant leadership measure that was created byExpand
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Social Networks and the Performance of Individuals and Groups
A field study involving 190 employees in 38 work groups representing five diverse organizations provided evidence that social networks, as defined in terms of both positive and negative relations,Expand
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An examination of the mediating role of psychological empowerment on the relations between the job, interpersonal relationships, and work outcomes.
A field investigation of 337 employees and their immediate superiors tested the mediating role of empowerment in relations between job characteristics, leader-member exchange (LMX), team-memberExpand
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A longitudinal study on the early development of leader-member exchanges.
The authors investigated the first 6 months that 166 newly hired employees and their immediate supervisors worked together. Expectations, perceived similarity, liking, demographic similarity, andExpand
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Servant leadership and serving culture: Influence on individual and unit performance
In a sample of 961 employees working in 71 restaurants of a moderately sized restaurant chain, we investigated a key tenet of servant leadership theory—that servant leaders guide followers to emula...
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Commitment and employee behavior: comparison of affective commitment and continuance commitment with perceived organizational support.
  • L. Shore, S. Wayne
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • The Journal of applied psychology
  • 1 October 1993
The social exchange view of commitment (R. Eisenberger, R. Huntington, S. Hutchison, & D. Sowa, 1986) suggests that employees' perceptions of the organization's commitment to them (perceivedExpand
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Leader‐member exchange, differentiation, and task interdependence: implications for individual and group performance
Summary We investigated the effects of leader-member exchange (LMX) differentiation on individual and group performance with a sample of 120 work groups consisting of 834 employees who representedExpand
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