Revisiting the Association of LMX Quality With Perceived Role Stressors: Evidence for Inverted U Relationships Among Immigrant Employees

Topic: Leadership Communication and Employee Burnout Author(s), Title and Publication Jian, G. (2012). Revisiting the Association of LMX Quality With Perceived Role Stressors: Evidence for Inverted U Relationships Among Immigrant Employees. Communication Research. Summary This study examined the relationship between leader-member exchange (LMX) quality and organizational members’ role stress (role ambiguity, role conflict, and role […]

Leader-Member Relations as a Function of Rapport Management

Topic: Leader-Member Exchange Author(s), Title and Publication Campbell, K., White, C. D., & Johnson, D. E. (2003). Leader-Member Relations as a Function of Rapport Management. Journal of Business Communication, 40(3), 170-194 Summary Leader-member exchange (LMX) is important to organizations, but it also can cause employee distress when leaders lack communication skills. Research has suggested that […]

Walking the Talk: The Relationship Between Leadership and Communication Competence

Topic: Leadership and Communication Competence Author(s), Title and Publication Flauto, F. J. (1999). Walking the Talk: The Relationship Between Leadership and Communication Competence. Journal of Leadership & Organizational Studies, 6(1-2), 86-97. Summary This study investigated the relationship between supervisors’ communication competence and their leadership style or behavior (i.e., transactional leadership, transformational leadership, the quality of […]

Leader–Member Exchange Quality and In-Role Job Performance: The Moderating Role of Learning Organization Culture

Topic: Organizational Culture, Leader-Member Exchange, and Job Performance Author(s), Title and Publication Joo, B.-K. (2012). Leader–Member Exchange Quality and In-Role Job Performance: The Moderating Role of Learning Organization Culture. Journal of Leadership & Organizational Studies, 19(1), 25-34. Summary This study examined the influence of the leader-member exchange relationship (LMX) on in-role job performance and the […]

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 […]

Employee Voice Behavior: Interactive Effects of LMX and Power Distance in the United States and Colombia

Topic: Employee Voice and Power Distance Author(s), Title and Publication Botero, I. C., & Dyne, L. V. (2009). Employee Voice Behavior: Interactive Effects of LMX and Power Distance in the United States and Colombia. Management Communication Quarterly, 23(1), 84-104. Summary Competitive advantage can come from ideas that employees communicate to supervisors for improving processes, products […]

Defensive Communication and Burnout in the Workplace: The Mediating Role of Leader–Member Exchange

Topic: Employee Burnout and Defensive Communication Author(s), Title and Publication Becker, J. H., Halbesleben, J. B., & O’Hair, H. (2005). Defensive Communication and Burnout in the Workplace: The Mediating Role of Leader–Member Exchange. Communication Research Reports, 22(2), 143-150. Summary This study used leader-member exchange (LMX) theory, which suggests that leaders develop different relationships with employees […]