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Title: Will you trust your new boss? The role of affective reactions to leadership succession
Authors: Ballinger, G.A.
Schoorman, F.D.
Lehman, D.W. 
Keywords: Affect
Leader-member exchange
Leadership succession
Issue Date: 2009
Source: Ballinger, G.A., Schoorman, F.D., Lehman, D.W. (2009). Will you trust your new boss? The role of affective reactions to leadership succession. Leadership Quarterly 20 (2) : 219-232. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: Affective reactions to the departure of work group leaders are proposed as an important determinant of members' trust-related judgments regarding new leaders. A field test of veterinary hospital employees evaluating new leaders revealed that the affective reaction to the departure of the prior group leader predicted trust when there was no history between the individuals. When there was history between the two individuals, the group member's evaluation of the new leader's ability on their prior job was a significant predictor of trust over and above their affective reaction to the succession. The relationships between affective reactions to succession and trust formation were replicated in a longitudinal simulation of trust formation in student groups. The implications of these findings for the study of trust in organizations and leadership succession processes in work groups are discussed. © 2009 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.
Source Title: Leadership Quarterly
ISSN: 10489843
DOI: 10.1016/j.leaqua.2009.01.012
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