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Emotional contagion in leader-follower interactions
Affect has been theoretically important to charismatic leadership for over 80 years as Weber (1920) referred to the emotion, passion, and devotion that ensue from charismatic authority, and is still evident in modern ...
The role of age in causal attributions for poor performance: Target and rater effects
Previous research has demonstrated that raters evaluate the performance of older and younger targets differently as a function of the raters' ages (e.g., Shore, Cleveland, & Goldberg, 2003). This discrepancy may result ...
The differential impact of formal and interpersonal discrimination on job performance
Previous research has examined a number constructs that are associated with the experience of discrimination; however, previous studies are limited in three ways. First, most research has focused on determining the attitudinal ...
The role of technical competence in managerial effectiveness: Mediators and moderators
The literature on managerial effectiveness has concentrated on cataloguing the administrative and interpersonal skills necessary for good management, yet has paid little attention to technical skill as a necessary skill ...
The relationship between individual, work, organizational, and non-work variables and expatriate adjustment: A conceptual and meta-analytic review
A meta-analytic investigation was conducted to conceptually and quantitatively examine the effects of five individual (language ability), work (role ambiguity), organizational (organizational support), non-work (family ...