A study of the discrepancy between self- and observer-ratings on managerial derailment characteristics of European managers

William A. Gentry, Bjørn Ekelund – Simon Fraser University, Kelly Hannum
Aligned Impact LLC, Annemarie de Jong – de Baak, Noordwijk & Driebergan, The Netherlands

Summary

Managerial derailment is costly to managers, their co-workers, and their organization. Knowing whether discrepancies (i.e., differences, dissimilarity, disagreement, incongruity) exist between self- and observer- (subordinates, peers, and bosses) ratings about derailment may help to lessen or prevent the detrimental outcomes of derailment on managers, their co-workers, and their organization…

Citation

Gentry, William A., Ekelund, B. Z., Hannum, K. M., & Jong, A. de. (2007). A study of the discrepancy between self- and observer-ratings on managerial derailment characteristics of European managers. European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology, 16 (3), 295–325. https://doi.org/10.1080/13594320701394188

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