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|Title:||Toward the Differentiation of Trust in Supervisor and Trust in Organization|
|Authors:||Tan, H.H. |
|Citation:||Tan, H.H.,Tan, C.S.F. (2000). Toward the Differentiation of Trust in Supervisor and Trust in Organization. Genetic, Social, and General Psychology Monographs 126 (2) : 241-260. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.|
|Abstract:||Trust in supervisor and trust in organization are argued to be distinct but related constructs, each with its own set of antecedents and outcomes. Empirical field results supported the proposition. Although trust in supervisor and trust in organization were positively and significantly correlated, trust in supervisor was more strongly associated with proximal variables (ability, benevolence, and integrity of supervisor), whereas trust in organization was more strongly correlated with global variables (perceived organizational support and justice). This conclusion held despite the inclusion of proximal variables in the regression on trust in organization and the inclusion of global variables in the regression on trust in supervisor. In addition to the differential antecedents of trust in supervisor and trust in organization, the outcomes for both variables were different. Trust in supervisor was related to increased innovative behavior and satisfaction with supervisor, and trust in organization was related to higher organizational commitment and lower intention to leave. Therefore, the authors provide clear preliminary data on the distinctiveness of trust in supervisor and trust in organization. One implication of this set of results is that organizations should adopt a more holistic approach in building trust, which can be achieved by focusing on the various constituents of the organization and the various levels (e.g., the supervisor level and the organizational level).|
|Source Title:||Genetic, Social, and General Psychology Monographs|
|Appears in Collections:||Staff Publications|
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