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Cultural Values and the Effectiveness of Trust Repair Strategies in Collaborative Relationships
Interpersonal trust is a positive expectation that an individual has regarding another individual, and such positive expectation leads to behaviors and outcomes desirable for individuals, groups, and organizations. Despite ...
Effectiveness of Exceeding Expectations and Demonstration of Concerns for Repairing Trust in Collaborative Relationships
Interpersonal trust in collaborative relationships has been found to lead to positive outcomes, such as satisfaction, perceived leadership effectiveness, teamwork, and successful organizational change (Fulmer & Gelfand, ...
CONSIDERING LEADERSHIP STYLE, TRUST, AND UNCERTAINTY AVOIDANCE ON LEADER MEMBER EXCHANGE.
This study was conducted to further research the impact of leadership style on leader-member exchange (LMX), and to investigate the role of individual uncertainty avoidance and trust on LMX when paired with the two ...
Communion, Agency, and Authenticity: How Gendered Expectations Influence Trust in Leaders
While there are a great many benefits to increasing female numbers in leadership positions, organizations still struggle to find a place for women leaders. More research is required to examine leader skills and mechanisms ...