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Self-monitoring Personality At Work: A Meta-analytic Investigation Of Construct Validity.

D. V. Day, D. J. Schleicher, A. L. Unckless, Nathan J. Hiller
Published 2002 · Psychology, Medicine

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The validity of self-monitoring personality in organizational settings was examined. Meta-analyses were conducted (136 samples; total N = 23,191) investigating the relationship between self-monitoring personality and work-related variables, as well as the reliability of various self-monitoring measures. Results suggest that self-monitoring has relevance for understanding many organizational concerns, including job performance and leadership emergence. Sample-weighted mean differences favoring male respondents were also noted, suggesting that the sex-related effects for self-monitoring may partially explain noted disparities between men and women at higher organizational levels (i.e., the glass ceiling). Theory building and additional research are needed to better understand the construct-related inferences about self-monitoring personality, especially in terms of the performance, leadership, and attitudes of those at top organizational levels.
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A contemporary taxometric analysis of the latent structure of self-monitoring.
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Supervisors' emotional exhaustion and abusive supervision: The moderating roles of perceived subordinate performance and supervisor self‐monitoring
Catherine K. Lam (2017)
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How does negative mood affect turnover intention? The interactive effect of self-monitoring and conflict perception
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The Relationship between International Study Tour Effects and the Personality Variables of Self-Monitoring and Core Self-Evaluations.
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STRIVING FOR SELF-VERIFICATION DURING ORGANIZATIONAL
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Self-monitoring Personality at Work Revisited: A Comparative Meta-analysis
Michael P. Wilmot (2011)
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Creating ethical organisational cultures by managing the reactive and proactive workplace bully
Jacqueline N. Hood (2011)
A Tale of Self-Monitoring, Social Capital, and Social Media
David A. Beane (2012)
10.1037/e518362013-786
INTERNATIONAL WORK DEMANDS AND EMPLOYEE WELL BEING AND PERFORMANCE
H. Herleman (2009)
10.1016/J.PAID.2013.09.019
Self-monitoring as an aggregate construct: Relationships with personality and values
Laura Parks-Leduc (2014)
10.12973/EU-JER.5.4.173
Primary School Principals' Self-Monitoring Skills
N. Konan (2016)
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The role of leadership perception as a mediator between managers’ self-monitoring and subordinate attitudes
Ilknur Özalp Türetgen (2017)
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The Psychology of Dictatorship
F. M. Moghaddam (2013)
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The two faces of high self-monitors: Chameleonic moderating effects of self-monitoring on the relationships between personality traits and counterproductive work behaviors
In-Sue Oh (2014)
10.1017/sjp.2015.64
Validity and Reliability of the Spanish Version of the Revised Self-Monitoring Scale.
Borja Paredes (2015)
The relationship between personality traits and cognitive adaptability of established entrepreneurs
Mary Harriet Morallane (2017)
Self-Monitoring and Friendship: Individual Differences in Relationship Dissolution
M. Yoho (2018)
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