This exciting Handbook offers a broad perspective on the intriguing phenomena of power, influence and politics in the modern workplace, their meaning for individuals, groups and other organizational stakeholders, and their effect on organizational outcomes and performances.
The contributors illustrate the fact that organizational politics has many facets and definitions, all relating to the use of personal or aggregate power in influencing others and better achieving goals in the workplace.
Chapter 14: The Relationship Between Perceptions of Politics, Social Support, Withdrawal and Performance
Subjects: business and management, human resource management, organisational behaviour, organisation studies
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