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Examining the relationship between personality, organizational political skill and perceived team performance in a multinational military staff exercise context

performers are differentiated by their well-developed political skill ability ( Blass and Ferris 2007 ; Blickle et al. 2009 ; Ferris et al. 2005 ; Mintzberg 1985 ; Spencer and Spencer 1993 ). A new interest has arisen in the concept of social effectiveness in team dynamics ( Ahearn et al. 2004 ; Lvina et al. 2015 ) due to the dyadic relationship of influence and compromise ( Jensen 2007 ). However, Lvina et al. (2015) argue that politically skilled individuals are talented at achieving beneficial individualistic outcomes, but that it may be detrimental to

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