Does Leader-Affective Presence Influence Communication of Creative Ideas Within Work Teams?

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Madrid, H.P.; Totterdell, P.; Niven, K.;
(2016)
  • Publisher: American Psychological Association
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    mesheuropmc: education

Affective presence is a novel, emotion-related personality trait, supported in experimental studies, concerning the extent to which a person makes his or her interaction partners feel the same way (Eisenkraft & Elfenbein, 2010). Applying this concept to an applied teamw... View more
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