Self-observer rating discrepancies of managers in Asia: A study of derailment characteristics and behaviors in Southern and Confucian Asia

William A. Gentry, Jeffrey Yip, & Kelly M. Hannum

Summary

Antecedents to self-observer rating discrepancies in multisource instruments have been established at the individual and organizational level. However, research examining cultural antecedents is limited, which is particularly relevant as multisource instruments gain popularity around the world. We investigated multisource ratings of 860 Asian managers from the regions of Southern Asia (n=261) and Confucian Asia (n=599) and analyzed cultural differences in self-observer rating discrepancies…

Citation

Gentry, William A., Yip, J., & Hannum, K. M. (2010a). Self-observer rating discrepancies of managers in Asia: A study of derailment characteristics and behaviors in Southern and Confucian Asia. International Journal of Selection and Assessment, 18, 237–250.

https://papers.ssrn.com/abstract=1661134

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