Organizational Newcomers: Temporary and Regular Employees, Same-Sex and Mixed-Sex Superior-subordinate Dyads, Supervisor Influence Techniques, Subordinates Communication Satisfaction, and Leader-Member Exchange

Topic: New Employee Communication Author(s), Title and Publication Lamude, K. C., Scudder, J., Simmons, D., & Torres, P. (2004). Organizational Newcomers: Temporary and Regular Employees, Same-Sex and Mixed-Sex Superior-subordinate Dyads, Supervisor Influence Techniques, Subordinates Communication Satisfaction, and Leader-Member Exchange. Communication Research Reports, 21(1), 60-67. Summary This study used leader-member exchange (LMX) theory as the theoretical […]

The Link Between Leadership Style, Communicator Competence, and Employee Satisfaction

Topic: Supervisor Leadership, Communication Competence and Employee Satisfaction Author(s), Title and Publication Madlock, P. E. (2008). The Link Between Leadership Style, Communicator Competence, and Employee Satisfaction. Journal of Business Communication, 45(1), 61-78. Summary This study examined the impact of a supervisor’s communication competence and leadership style on employee satisfaction. A survey was conducted with 220 […]

The Central Role of Communication in Developing Trust and its Effect on Employee Involvement

Topic: Employee Involvement and Trust Author(s), Title and Publication Thomas, G., Zolin, R., & Hartman, J. L. (2009). The Central Role of Communication in Developing Trust and its Effect on Employee Involvement. Journal of Business Communication, 46(3), 287-310. Summary Research has shown that communication plays an important role in developing trust within an organization, and […]