Tag Archives: self-efficacy

This summary is provided by the IPR Organizational Communication Research Center.  Summary Employees expect timely, accurate, and adequate information from their employers during times of crisis or turbulence. Given this reality, employers should prioritize effective internal communication. One strategy employers can use to help employees navigate turbulent times is to communicate in a manner that … Continue reading How Employers Can Help Employees During Crisis

Topic: Supervisor Communication Authors, Title and Publication Mayfield, J., & Mayfield, M. (2012). The relationship between leader motivating language and self-efficacy: A partial least squares model analysis. Journal of Business Communication, 49(4), 357-376. Summary This study examined the nature and processes of the relationships between leader motivating language and its effects on employee self-efficacy and … Continue reading The Relationship Between Leader Motivating Language and Self-Efficacy

Topic: Employee Voice Author(s), Title and Publication Landau, J. (2009). To speak or not to speak: Predictors of voice propensity. Journal of Organizational Culture, Communication and Conflict, 13(1), 35-54. Summary “Voice” is dissent expressed openly and clearly in a constructive fashion within organizations to people who can influence organizational decisions and actions.  This study investigated … Continue reading To speak or not to speak: Predictors of voice propensity