Political Skill, Self Monitoring and Emotional Intelligence as Antecedents to Organisational Retaliatory Behaviours
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In recent years, researchers have focused on aggression in the workplace. Organisational retaliatory behaviour has been identified as a specific typology of workplace aggression that has been gaining increasing attention. Given the negative outcomes associated with organisational retaliatory behaviour, we believe it is important to extend this research to consider possible antecedents. If we can understand the antecedents to organisational retaliatory behaviours then we may be able to minimize this phenomenon. This article will conceptualise a model arguing that low political skill, low self monitoring and low emotional intelligence are individual difference variables that may be antecedents to organisational retaliatory behaviours. Theoretical and practical implications are discussed.
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Industrial and Organisational Psychology