Speaking up in groups: a cross-level study of group voice climate and voice.

@article{Morrison2011SpeakingUI,
  title={Speaking up in groups: a cross-level study of group voice climate and voice.},
  author={Elizabeth Wolfe Morrison and Sara L Wheeler-Smith and Dishan Kamdar},
  journal={The Journal of applied psychology},
  year={2011},
  volume={96 1},
  pages={183-91}
}
Despite a growing body of research on employee voice—defined as the discretionary communication of ideas, suggestions, or opinions intended to improve organizational or unit functioning—the effects of shared or collective-level cognitions have received scant attention. There has also been relatively little research on voice within work groups. Our goal in this study was to address these important gaps by focusing on the effects of group-level beliefs about voice (i.e., group voice climate) on… CONTINUE READING
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