Collective Leadership as a Mediator of the Relationship between Team Trust and Team Performance
Moshier, Scott Jeffrey
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The present study investigated the relationship between collective leadership, team trust, and team performance longitudinally and with the inclusion of a performance feedback loop. Collective leadership was hypothesized to mediate the relationship between team trust and team performance; however, this hypothesis was not supported. Additional analyses support the conceptualization of collective leadership as an emergent state because collective leadership density increased significantly across two time-points. Further hypothesis testing revealed performance feedback to influence subsequent levels of team trust.
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