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This summary is provided by the IPR Organizational Communication Research Center. Summary Scholars have recognized the power of the identity perspective in helping understand employees’ loyalty, motivations, and behaviors. Although organizational identification has received much attention in employee-related investigations, a newer concept, identity fusion, has also recently been examined in organizational contexts. Researchers have proposed the … Continue reading Symmetrical Internal Communication Improves Employee Engagement

This summary is provided by IPR based on the original study by PwC PwC studied CEOs’ perspectives on the anticipated trends and threats companies face. A survey of 4,446 CEOs was conducted October – November 2021. Key findings include: Despite rising interest in ESG, strategy is still primarily driven by business metrics. 71% of companies’ long-term corporate … Continue reading CEOs Think Cyber Risks Threaten Growth

This summary is provided by the IPR Organizational Communication Research Center. SummaryThis study focused on the influence of startup CEO communication on the relational and behavioral outcomes of employees. Specifically, this study examined how the responsiveness, assertiveness, and authenticity of executive communication may impact an employee’s relationship with their employing startup organization as well as … Continue reading How CEO Responsiveness, Assertiveness, and Authenticity Impact Employees’ Relationships with the Organization