Breaking Them In or Revealing Their Best? Reframing Socialization Around Newcomer Self-expression

@article{Cable2012BreakingTI,
  title={Breaking Them In or Revealing Their Best? Reframing Socialization Around Newcomer Self-expression},
  author={Daniel M. Cable and Francesca Gino and Bradley R. Staats},
  journal={Administrative Science Quarterly},
  year={2012}
}
Socialization theory has focused on enculturating new employees such that they develop pride in their new organization and internalize its values. Drawing on authenticity research, we propose that ... 

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