Self-monitoring Personality Trait at Work: An Integrative Narrative Review and Future Research Directions
Journal of Organizational Behavior
In this narrative review, we provide an overview of the self‐monitoring literature as it applies to the workplace context. Our starting point to the review is a meta‐analysis of self‐monitoring literature published in 2002 by Day, Schleicher, Unckless, and Hiller. After providing an overview of the theoretical basis of self‐monitoring and its measurement, we present a summary of the broad literature on self‐monitoring to examine the implications of self‐monitoring for employees and organizations. Based on our review, we identify the main outcomes of self‐monitoring as well as findings of the literature treating self‐monitoring as a moderator. We provide evidence that self‐monitoring has potential downsides, which would benefit from further investigation. We conclude our review by identifying important potential future research directions.
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Kudret, S., Erdogan, B., & Bauer, T. N. (2019). Self‐monitoring personality trait at work: An integrative narrative review and future research directions. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 40(2), 193–208. https://doi.org/10.1002/job.2346
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