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Our findings suggest that organizations should encourage managers to develop high-quality LMX with their subordinates, which may make them feel more empowered and engage in more taking charge, and result in better job performance. These effects are stronger for employees with shorter organizational tenure.

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in the process of testing taking charge as a mediator and organizational tenure as a moderator of its effects, the current study enhances our understanding the effects of taking charge and whether and in what ways the amount of time working in an organization might alter these effects

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This page is a summary of: Leader-member exchange and job performance: The effects of taking charge and organizational tenure, Journal of Organizational Behavior, October 2014, Wiley,
DOI: 10.1002/job.1971.
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