Conflict Cultures in Organizations: How Leaders Shape Conflict Cultures and Their Organizational-Level Consequences

Anecdotal evidence abounds that organizations have distinct conflict cultures, or socially shared norms for how conflict should be managed....

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The Leadership Quarterly

Followers' daily reactions to social conflicts with supervisors: The moderating role of core self-evaluations and procedural justice perceptions

Building on affective events theory (AET; Weiss & Cropanzano, 1996), the present research examined the short-term within-person effects of social conflicts with supervisors at work (SCSs) on followers’ state negative affect (NA) at home....

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Too Hot To Handle? How to Manage Relationship Conflict

Too Hot to Handle: How to Manage Relationship Conflict,” Edmondson with Diana McLain Smith, California Management Review, 2006

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A meta-analysis of intergroup forgiveness

In the past decade interest has flourished in the empirical study of forgiveness in the wake of intergroup conflicts. In the current paper we sought to empirically integrate the diverse predictors of intergroup forgiveness building on a tripartite model that incorporates affective cognitive and constraining features....

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