Negotiating by the Rules: When Emotional Labor Dictates Emotional Expression in Negotiation
Participants completed a 20-minute work-related, multi-issue negotiation (Confetti, O'Connor, 1997) in same-sex dyads. Extending negotiation-emotion research (e.g., Barry, 1999), emotional labor (ref. Grandey, 2000) rules were manipulated within the negotiation directions; participants were encouraged to suppress emotions except those expressed and express anger, neutrality, or happiness. Results for attitudinal and behavioral outcomes show three-way interactions among emotional labor rule, negotiator role (manager, employee), and gender. For example, female "managers" achieved more positive outcomes when displaying neutrality than happiness or anger. Men showed the opposite pattern. Emotion regulation techniques (surface acting, deep acting) and experienced emotional intensity also differed across conditions.
Human Resources Management | Strategic Management Policy
Organisational Behaviour and Human Resources
Society for Judgment and Decision Making Annual Meeting, Houston, 17-20 November 2006
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Houston, TX, USA
PADDOCK, Elizabeth Layne and Judge, Timothy A..
Negotiating by the Rules: When Emotional Labor Dictates Emotional Expression in Negotiation. (2006). Society for Judgment and Decision Making Annual Meeting, Houston, 17-20 November 2006. Research Collection Lee Kong Chian School Of Business.
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