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Ambivalent identification

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Ambivalent identification refers to the extent to which an individual or group of people perceive, recognise and are able to distinguish and label conflicting feelings about an issue. A number of studies have found that most people have a mixture of feelings towards their organisation at the same time which cases them to both identify […]

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Organisational identification

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Organisational identification is a key concept in organisational psychology and refers to the degree to which employees define themselves as a member of the organisation and to what extent they experience a sense of oneness with it, it’s values, brand, methods etc. (Ashforth and Mael, 1989; Haslam, 2004; Schuh et al, 2016). A lot of […]

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