LEADER-MEMBER EXCHANGE ACROSS TWO HIERARCHICAL LEVELS OF LEADERSHIP: CONCURRENT INFLUENCES ON WORK CHARACTERISTICS AND EMPLOYEE PSYCHOLOGICAL HEALTH.
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There has not been much research examining the relationship between employee engagement and leadership. The term employee engagement has received increasing attention since Kahn (1990) introduced the concept as personal engagement in association with positive psychology and positive influences on organizational effectiveness.
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By Gerald A. Daquila, Ph.D. (Candidate)
The Chicago School of Professional Psychology
Leader-Member Exchange Theory
The leader-member exchange theory (LMX) is one of three leadership theories that emerged during the Exchange Period (Van Seters & Field, 1990)—the other two being Vertical Dyad Linkage Theory (Dansereau, Graen & Haga, 1975), and the Reciprocal Influence Approach (Greene, 1975). 1,393 more words