This summary is provided by the IPR Organizational Communication Research Center Summary In a fast-evolving and uncertain business environment, change is an inescapable reality of the modern workplace. One cannot talk about organizational change without mentioning leadership and management. Since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, executive leaders have found themselves at the forefront of … Continue reading Charismatic Rhetoric: How Top Leaders Navigated Change During COVID-19
Author(s), Title and Publication Boies, K., Fiset, J., & Gill, H. (2015). Communication and trust are key: Unlocking the relationship between leadership and team performance and creativity. The Leadership Quarterly, 26(6), 1080-1094. Summary This experimental study examined how transformational leadership behaviors influence team performance and creativity through underlying mechanisms of team communication and trust. Transformational leadership is … Continue reading Trust is Key: Unlocking the Relationship Between Leadership and Team Performance
Topic: Leadership Communication Authors, Title and Publication Aritz, J., & Walker, R. C. (2014). Leadership styles in multicultural groups: Americans and East Asians working together. Journal of Business Communication, 51(1), 72-92. Summary The global economy has created new realities for businesses, and the need for understanding differing communication practices and cultural values is greater than ever, particularly with … Continue reading Leadership styles in multicultural groups: Americans and East Asians working together.
Topic: Leadership Author(s), Title and PublicationWaldman, D. A.; Ramirez, G. G.; House, R. J.; & Puranam, P. (2001). Does leadership matter? CEO leadership attributes and profitability under conditions of perceived environmental uncertainty. Academy of Management Journal, 44(1), 134-143. SummaryThis study examined the effects of CEO leadership style on organizational financial performance. Two leadership styles were … Continue reading Does leadership matter? CEO leadership attributes and profitability under conditions of perceived environmental uncertainty
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 … Continue reading Walking the Talk: The Relationship Between Leadership and Communication Competence