Motivation to cooperate in Organisations: The case of prototypical leadership and procedural fairness

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De Cremer, David ; van Dijke, Marius ; Brebels, Lieven ; Hoogervorst, Niek (2008)
  • Publisher: Ubiquity Press
  • Journal: Psychologica Belgica (issn: 0033-2879, eissn: 2054-670X)
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.5334/pb-48-2-3-157
  • Subject: Psychology | BF1-990

<span>The present paper explores how leader prototypicality and procedural fairness connect in stimulating follower cooperation. We, first of all, argue that leader prototypicality (the extent to which a leader represents the group identity) enhances positive perception... View more
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