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Promoting Diversity Climate : The Interplay of Organizational-Level LMX and Top Management Leadership

Promoting Diversity Climate : The Interplay of Organizational-Level LMX and Top Management Leadership

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HUETTERMANN, Hendrik, Florian KUNZE, Heike BRUCH, 2015. Promoting Diversity Climate : The Interplay of Organizational-Level LMX and Top Management Leadership. In: Academy of Management Proceedings, 14317. ISSN 0065-0668. eISSN 2151-6561

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