A Social Relations Analysis of Team Performance Ratings
The current study used a Social Relations Model to analyze self and peer ratings to explore the dynamics of team member perceptions and performance ratings. The results from 29 organizational teams who completed performance ratings of themselves and team members indicated that the most rating variance was attributed to the relationship component, followed by the ratee component, followed by the rater component. Among other findings, the results indicated that self-ratings were related to how one rates, and is rated by, others; that there were high levels of reciprocity between peers for dimensions that were interpersonal in nature; and that raters tended to evaluate others within, but not necessarily across, dimensions similarly. [PUBLICATION ABSTRACT]
Human Resources Management | Organizational Behavior and Theory
Organisational Behaviour and Human Resources
International Journal of Selection and Assessment
GREGURAS, G. J.; Robie, Chet; Born, Marise; and Koenigs, Robert J..
A Social Relations Analysis of Team Performance Ratings. (2007). International Journal of Selection and Assessment. 15, (4), 434-448. Research Collection Lee Kong Chian School Of Business.
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