The Relationship Between Team Psychological Safety and Team Effectiveness in Management Teams: The Mediating Effect of Dialogue.

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Bilstad, Julie Brat;
  • Subject: effective | psychological | task | performance | individual | teams | management | safety | dialogue | Team | satisfaction
    mesheuropmc: education

This study is a response to the research and request presented by Bang and Midelfart (2010), to further investigate the effect dialogue can have on management team s effectiveness. The purpose of the study was to investigate and explain the effect of team psychological ... View more
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