Rob Sharkie lectures in Human Resource Development.His research interest is in the area of trust


Publications:
Perceptions of Trust as a Determinant of the Level of Knowledge Sharing

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Perceptions of Trust in an Organisation: The Factors that Influence the Sharing of Tacit Knowledge

This paper identifies ten factors expressed in the form of propositions which may influence the willingness of individuals to trust their organisation and to share their tacit knowledge.

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Trust in Management as an Important Determinant of the Willingness to Engage in Discretionary Extra-Role Behaviour

This paper will discuss trust in management as an important indicator of this willingness to engage in positive discretionary extra-role behaviour.

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Identifying the Determinants of Trust in Management and the Significance of this Trust for the Level of Discretionary Extra-Role Behaviour

This paper will identify three significant indicators of trust in management, which in turn are likely to influence the level of discretionary effort.

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The Influence of Trust and Perceived Organisational Support in Encouraging Employees to Engage in Discretionary Extra-Role Behaviour

The extra-role contributions of employees will be influenced by their level of trust in the organisation and their perceptions of support and concern for them.

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