Collective affective identity: a socio emotional engagement tool for inter-generational integration

Prince, Kylie, Hamilton, John, and Tee, SingWhat (2016) Collective affective identity: a socio emotional engagement tool for inter-generational integration. In: Proceedings of the 20th International Conference on ISO & TQM. 3.5. From: 20 ICIT: 20th International Conference on ISO & TQM, 26-28 September 2016, Al Buraimi, Oman.

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Abstract

Organizational volunteering within a professional membership organization (PMO) is considered over differing levels of organizational goals alignment and/or over the various co-production activities undertaken by members to benefit the organization. Statistical findings support a collective affective identity (CAI) as a partial mediator and a contributor to the field of socio-emotional regulation within the organizational context. Results suggest a PMO's competitive edge may be further manipulated by using CAI to develop individual member potential, and to bridge inter-generational gaps.

Item ID: 48297
Item Type: Conference Item (Research - E1)
Keywords: motivation, engagement, social identity, satisfaction, professional organization, socioemotional regulation
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