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Brendan O’Neal MAN5226 Literature Review A Review of Current Literature Leader-member exchange (LMX) is a heavily studied and researched subject within organizational behavior. There are many variables that impact the dynamic of the leader-member relationship. Variables such as organizational commitment and job satisfaction have been studied in the past three decades in order to explore and explain workplace relationships. Research concerning leader-member exchange, job satisfaction, and organizational commitment have been reviewed for the current study. Settoon, Bennett, and Liden (1996) found that leader-member exchange is better when the relationship is based on mutual trust and respect. Their study was a non- experimental comparison of social exchange models, designed to examine the organizational relationships as they relate to attitude (Settoon, Bennett, and Liden, 1996). The study’s findings imply that each exchange relationship within an organization different impacts workplace behavior and attitudes. Settoon, et. al. acknowledged that
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