Climate Strength in UK Hospitals 1 Running Head : Climate Strength in UK Hospitals Organizational Climate and Climate Strength in UK Hospitals

@inproceedings{Dawson2011ClimateSI,
  title={Climate Strength in UK Hospitals 1 Running Head : Climate Strength in UK Hospitals Organizational Climate and Climate Strength in UK Hospitals},
  author={Jeremy Dawson and Vicente Gonz{\'a}lez-Rom{\'a} and Ann M. Davis and Michael A. West},
  year={2011}
}
In recent years, researchers have paid increasing attention to the idea of “climate strength” – the level of agreement about climate within a work group or organization. However, at present the literature is unclear about the extent to which climate strength is a positive attribute, and is concerned predominantly with small teams or organizational units. This paper considers three theoretical perspectives of climate strength, and extends these to the organizational level. These three roles of… CONTINUE READING
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