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Despite research suggesting that emotional interactions pervade daily resource exchanges between leaders and members, the leader‐member exchange (LMX) literature has predominantly focused on the interplay between general affective experiences and the overall relationship quality. Drawing upon the affect theory of social exchange, we examine why and...
In recent years, there has been an increasing focus on the collective affective experiences of work teams. Affective climate (affective experiences shared by team members) has become an important factor in understanding how teams work and their results. Many efforts have been dedicated to identifying the processes through which this collective phen...
Genetic factors play a fundamental role in shaping and modulating human behaviors, thoughts, and feelings. In the era of genomics, it seems difficult to find an area in organizational psychology and organizational behavior that can avoid influences from genetic factors. In this chapter, we start with a brief discussion on why a genetics approach ma...
Our study extends the relationship between paternalistic leadership and employee creativity by identifying employee organizational identification as a mediator and employee perceived job security as a moderator. Results based on the data of 378 employees from a large bank in China indicated that employee perceived job security moderated the relatio...