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LMX & Leader Competence: Impact on Subordinates Perceived Cohesion

Indian Journal of Industrial Relations

Volume 53 Issue 2

Published: 2017
Author(s) Name: Megha Gupta, Kanika T. Bhal | Author(s) Affiliation: Research Associate, NITIE, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India.
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Abstract

LMX has been subjected to extensive scientific enquiry and empirical research in the past. However, not many researchers have explored LMX as a manifestation of relational power. The current study attempts to do so and explores expert power, manifested as leader competence. This study investigates the impact of LMX vis-à-vis leader competence on subordinates’ sense of perceived cohesion. The experimental design methodology is used for a sample of 140 students pursuing MBA at a technical institute for this study. Practitioners in the industry are expected to benefit from the findings, in strengthening their procedures and practices of allocating leaders and teams for their employees.

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