To Be Fully There: Psychological Presence at Work

This article develops the concept of psychological presence to describe the experiential state enabling organization members to draw deeply on their personal selves in role performances, i.e., express thoughts and feelings, question assumptions, innovate

William A. Kahn

2005

Scholarcy highlights

  • This article develops the concept of psychological presence to describe the experiential state enabling organization members to draw deeply on their personal selves in role performances, i.e., express thoughts and feelings, question assumptions, innovate
  • The concept's implications for theory and research about the person-role relationship are described

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