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Title: When Trust in the Leader Matters: The Moderated-Mediation Model of Team Performance and Trust
Author: Mach Piera, Mercè
Lvina, Elena
Keywords: Confiança (Psicologia)
Issue Date: Jun-2017
Publisher: Taylor and Francis
Abstract: This study contributes to the sport and team literature by exploring the conditions in which trust in a leader translates into trust in a team and subsequent team performance. Findings from 709 athletes in 74 basketball teams demonstrated that trust in the coach represents a critical antecedent of team trust, especially when the team's past performance has been poor. We also found a combined effect of the level and consensus in trust on team performance. Practical implications suggest that a coach needs to ensure that every player, rather than some or even the majority of individual team members, trusts him/her and the team
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It is part of: Journal of Applied Sport Psychology, 2017, vol. 29, num. 2, p. 134-149
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ISSN: 1041-3200
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