This chapter attempts to examine the complex relationship between leadership, individuals, and organizations carefully. Individuals who retaliate may have more social and cognitive factors that are motivating through an inner sense of power and resource dependency. Based on knowledge from the broader literature on management and social psychological research, the authors have drawn fundamental perspectives of power and resource dependency from organizations to persons and circumstances that affect their motivations, attitudes, and behaviors. Therefore, this study provides researchers in organizational learning and individuals' roles as leaders with a preliminary map.
|Title of host publication
|Handbook of Research on Applied Social Psychology in Multiculturalism
|Number of pages
|Published - 18 Jun 2021