Citizenship Performance: Its Nature, Antecedents, and Motives
citizenship performance, models, job vs task performance, industrial/organizational psychology
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This chapter introduces a topic of contextual or citizenship performance and reviews research on this element of performance. In particular, it (1) describes an initial model of citizenship performance and how this performance domain is different from task performance; (2) discusses the origins of the construct (i.e., precursors to the citizenship performance concept); (3) reviews 3 research areas that represent attempts to learn more about citizenship; and, finally, (4) presents some conclusions about how this construct is likely to be even more important for organizations in the early 21st century.
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Citation / Publisher Attribution
Citizenship Performance: Its Nature, Antecedents, and Motives, in B. Roberts and R. Hogan (Eds.), Decade of Behavior: Personality Psychology in the Workplace, p. 45-61
Scholar Commons Citation
Borman, Walter C. and Penner, Louise A., "Citizenship Performance: Its Nature, Antecedents, and Motives" (2001). Psychology Faculty Publications. 1077.