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Title: Gender, Downward Influence, and Affect
Authors: Kaul, Asha
Keywords: Communications
Issue Date: 8-Apr-2010
Abstract: Study the choice and use of downward influence tactics (tactics used to sway the thinking pattern of team members) in organizations across sectors. Identify differences, if any, in choice and use of downward influence tactics across genders and sectors. Study the role of affect (mood - positive and negative) in choice of downward influence strategies across gender and sectors. Validate, if any, the existing differences in downward influence tactics adopted across genders.
Description: Completed
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