OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS

The Oxford Handbook of Leader-Member Exchange

ISBN : 9780199326174

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¥28,490
Author: 
Talya N. Bauer; Berrin Erdogan
Pages
456 Pages
Format
Hardcover
Size
189 x 257 mm
Pub date
Oct 2015
Series
Oxford Library of Psychology
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Leader-member exchange (LMX) is the foremost dyadic theory in the leadership literature. Whereas contemporary leadership theories such as transformational, servant, or authentic leadership theories focus on the effects of leader behaviors on employee attitudes, motivation, and team outcomes, relational leadership theory views the dyadic relationship quality between leaders and members as the key to understanding leader effects on members, teams, and organizations. This approach views trust- and respect-based relationships as the cornerstone of leadership. LMX has grown from a new theory in the 1970s to a mature area of research in 2015. Interest in this theory has increased rapidly over the past four decades, and the pace of research in this area continues to accelerate dramatically. The Oxford Handbook of Leader-Member Exchange takes stock of the literature to examine its roots, what is currently known, what research gaps may exist, and what areas are in need of the most urgent research.

Index: 

Part One: Foundations of Leader-Member Exchange (LMX)
1. Introduction to This Handbook
Talya N. Bauer & Berrin Erdogan
2. Leader-Member Exchange (LMX): Construct Evolution, Contributions, and Future Prospects for Advancing Leadership Theory
David V. Day & Darja Miscenko
3. LMX Measurement
Robert C. Liden, Junfeng Wu, Aarn Xiaoyun Cao & Sandy J. Wayne
4. Leader-Member Exchange (LMX) from the Resource Exchange Perspective: Beyond Resource Predictors and Outcomes of LMX
Jared C. Law-Penrose, Kelly Schwind Wilson & David Taylor
5. Leader-Member Exchange and Justice
Suzanne S. Masterson & Marcia L. Lensges
Part Two: Antecedents of LMX
6. How and Why High Leader-Member Exchange (LMX) Relationships Develop: Examining the Antecedents of LMX
Jennifer D. Nahrgang & Jungmin Jamie Seo
7. Leader and Follower Personality and LMX
Brigit Schyns
Part Three: Consequences of LMX
8. LMX and Work Attitudes: Is There Anything Left Unsaid or Unexamined?
Olga Epitropaki & Robin Martin
9. Leader-Member Exchange and Performance: Where We Are and Where We Go from Here
Fadel K. Matta & Linn Van Dyne
10. LMX and Creativity
Pamela Tierney
11. Leader-Member Exchange from a Job-Stress Perspective
Sabine Sonnentag & Alexander Pundt
12. Leader-Member Exchange and Emotion in Organizations
Herman H. M. Tse, Ashlea C. Troth & Neal M. Ashkanasy
13. Leader-Member Exchange and Newcomer Adjustment
Le Zhou & Mo Wang
14. Consequences of High LMX: Career Mobility and Success
Maria L. Kraimer, Scotte E. Seibert & Stacy L. Astrove
Part Four: LMX Beyond the Dyad
15. LMX Differentiation: Understanding Relational Leadership at Individual and Group Levels
Smriti Anand, Prajya R. Vidyarthi, & Hae Sang Park
16. Tracing Structure, Tie Strength, and Cognitive Networks in LMX Theory and Research
Raymond T. Sparrowe & Cecile Emery
17. Leader-Member Exchange and Organizational Culture and Climate
Vicente Gonzalez-Roma
Part Five: Issues in LMX
18. "Good" Leadership: Using Corporate Social Responsibility to Enhance Leader-Member Exchange
Drew B. Mallory & Deborah E. Rupp
19. Relational Leadership through the Lens of International LMX Research
Ekin K. Pellegrini
20. Diversity and LMX Development
Caren Goldberg & Patrick F. McKay
21. Does Age Matter to LMX and Its Outcomes? A Review and Future Research Directions
Donald M. Truxillo & Gabriela Burlacu
22. Wrap Up and Future Research Directions
Berrin Erdogan & Talya Bauer

About the author: 

Talya N. Bauer (Ph.D., Purdue University) is Cameron Professor of Management at Portland State University, and Berrin Erdogan (Ph.D., University of Illinois at Chicago) is Professor of Management at Portland State University. Both are fellows of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology and the American Psychological Association, and are well-known scholars in the area of leader-member exchange (LMX). Since 1996 they have been engaged in understanding how LMX relationships form, develop, and evolve. In addition, they have examined important boundary conditions related to understanding LMX. Bauer is Associate Editor for the Journal of Applied Psychology and Erdogan is Associate Editor for Personnel Psychology.

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