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| Survey networks of leadership attitudes of both non-supervisors (Left) and supervisors (Right). Blue edges represent positive relationships, red edges represent negative relationships. Thicker edges represent stronger associations.

| Survey networks of leadership attitudes of both non-supervisors (Left) and supervisors (Right). Blue edges represent positive relationships, red edges represent negative relationships. Thicker edges represent stronger associations.

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Organizations allocate considerable resources in surveys aimed at assessing how employees perceive certain job aspects. These perceptions are often modeled as latent constructs (e.g., job satisfaction) measured by multiple indicators. This approach, although useful, has several drawbacks such as a strong reliance on local independence and a lower p...

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... resulting two networks (see Figure 3) display both similarities and differences. Of note are the strong connections between providing feedback (gives feedback) and being open to feedback (receives feedback) in both groups. ...