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The effects of leader goal on perceptions of subordinates
Research on goal-based processing has shown that the goal or "mindset" with which a perceiver enters an interaction can significantly affect the manner in which information about a target is processed. Leaders and others ...
Investigating factors which influence the relationship between multi-source (360 degree) assessment results from a role theory perspective
Role theory (Kahn, Wolfe, Quinn, Snoek & Rosenthal, 1964) provided a framework for an investigation of moderators of MSA agreement. Specifically, this study investigated moderating effects of different types of actual role ...
The antecedents, moderators, and consequences of CEO impression management
To explore how CEOs justify organizational performance to shareholders, this study utilized content analysis of 250 CEOs' letters found in annual reports to shareholders. Results suggest that CEOs disclose a higher proportion ...
The relative effects of interview structure and person-organization fit on recruiting outcomes: An individual differences perspective
Two laboratory experiments were conducted to examine the effect of interview structure on recruiting outcomes. The first study was a 2 x 2 x 2 between subjects design in which subjects were presented with transcripts of ...
Is there judgment bias in the assessment center method?
Recent analyses of assessment center ratings have demonstrated that assessors who are trained to make dimension-based assessments may instead base their judgments on information other than dimension performance. This study ...