LMX and Autism: Effective Working Relationships

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LMX and Autism: Effective Working Relationships

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It is predicted that over the next decade close to half a million people with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) will reach adulthood (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 2015). Relatively little is known about the work and career experiences of individuals with ASD including how ASD may impact the development of effective working relationships between leaders and employees with ASD. Leader member exchange theory (LMX) with its focus on leader-member relationships (Scandura, 2015) may contribute greatly to creating effective working relationships between leaders and their employees with ASD.

ISBN

9781681238760

Publication Date

2017

Publisher

Information Age Publishing

City

Charlotte, NC

Disciplines

Business Administration, Management, and Operations | Mental Disorders | Organizational Behavior and Theory | Other Business

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In Terri A. Scandura and Edwin Mouriño (Eds.), Leading Diversity in the 21st Century. Dr. Hurley-Hanson's and Dr. Giannantonio's chapter begins on page 281.

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