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CSUN Researcher Finds Benefits of Emotional Bonds Between Managers and Employees

August 7, 2018

CSUN Researcher Finds Benefits of Emotional Bonds Between Managers and Employees

Sigalit Ronen’s research makes the business case for bosses who nurture emotional bonds with their employees.

Ronen, a California State University, Northridge assistant professor of management, has worked with researchers around the world to study how these emotional bonds impact employees’ job performance.

What she found: When people feel secure in their relationships with their managers, they become more creative and their performance increases. Read More News About Dr. Ronen's Research.