Leader-Member Exchange and Affective Organizational Commitment: The Contribution of Supervisor's Organizational Embodiment
- Metamorphosis. Hosking, Robert // OfficePro;Nov/Dec2011, Vol. 71 Issue 7, p28
The article focuses on the factors to be considered when a person is making the transition from peer to boss. The author suggests to take a personal approach when handling a group of employees and to maintain a positive connection by promoting open communication. He recommends to seek the...
- Objective and Social Sources of Information in Task Redesign: A Field Experiment. Griffin, Ricky W. // Administrative Science Quarterly;Jun83, Vol. 28 Issue 2, p184
In a laboratory pretest, informational cues from a supervisor were shown to have a significant effect on how subjects perceived and responded to an experimental task. The effects of objective task changes and informational cues from supervisors on (1) employee perceptions of task attributes, (2)...
- Subordinate Satisfaction With Male and Female Managers: Role of Perceived Supervisory Influence. Trempe, Johanne; Rigny, Andr�-Jean; Haccoun, Robert R. // Journal of Applied Psychology;Feb85, Vol. 70 Issue 1, p44
Men and women blue-collar workers rated their presumed satisfaction with male and female supervisors in a simulation that also varied the degree of upwards influence held by these managers. The results show that the degree of influence has a significant impact on the dependent variable, whereas...
- Responding to a Union-Organizing Campaign. Young, Edward; Levy, William // Franchising World;Mar2007, Vol. 39 Issue 3, p45
The article discusses the legal boundaries of a union campaign. Campaigns come as a surprise to the employer when employees who never expressed their sentiments before are suddenly indicating an interest in union representation. It is important that companies make sure that supervisors are...
- How to manage your boss. Adkins, Ben // Fort Worth Business Press;5/14/2004, Vol. 17 Issue 20, p18
Presents tips for workers on how to effectively manage their boss. Process of managing a boss; Advantages of managing your boss; Ways to understand a boss; Tips on giving the boss positive feedback; Details of how to compensate for your boss' weaknesses; Importance of having a good relationship...
- THE SEVENTH RULE: CREATE A LEARNING CULTURE. Maccoby, Michael // Research Technology Management;May/Jun2003, Vol. 46 Issue 3, p59
Presents several rules that a supervisor can follow to improve teamwork with subordinates. Role and responsibility of managers and subordinates in technology organizations; Importance of communication; Advantage and disadvantage of documenting inadequate performance.
- You Are NOT 'One of the Boys -- (Or Girls)'. // Management Services;May90, Vol. 34 Issue 5, p42
No abstract available.
- THE RELATIONSHIPS OF SENIOR MANAGEMENT ATTRIBUTES AND PERFORMANCE IN PUBLIC SECTOR. Javidan, Mansour; Dastmalchian, Ali // Academy of Management Best Papers Proceedings;1992, p306
The purpose of this study is the identification of the attributes of senior executive performance in public sector. The data were collected from 846 managers in a Canadian public organization, in which participants assessed their immediate superior. The findings show that managerial success is...
- 6 ways to hand out praise that counts. // Administrative Professional Today;Aug2011, Vol. 37 Issue 8, p8
The article offers guidelines for effective praising of supervisor based on the book "1001 Ways to Reward Employees," by Bob Nelson.