Communication Correlates of Perceived Machiavellianism of Supervisors: Communication Orientations and Outcomes

@inproceedings{Teven2006CommunicationCO,
  title={Communication Correlates of Perceived Machiavellianism of Supervisors: Communication Orientations and Outcomes},
  author={Jason J. Teven and James C. McCroskey and Virginia P. Richmond},
  year={2006}
}
This paper reports the development of the Perceived Supervisor Machiavellian Measure (PSMM) for use in the organizational communication context. Data were drawn from full-time employees who were part-time graduate students in a corporate and organizational communication program. Employees' perceptions of supervisor Machiavellianism were negatively related to employees' perceptions of supervisor credibility (competence, caring, and trustworthiness), employees' attitudes toward the supervisor… CONTINUE READING

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