Presentation Title

The Impact of Counterproductive Meeting Behaviors on Meeting Effectiveness, as moderated by Meeting Attendee Personality

Advisor Information

Joseph Allen

Location

Dr. C.C. and Mabel L. Criss Library

Presentation Type

Poster

Start Date

4-3-2016 9:00 AM

End Date

4-3-2016 10:30 AM

Abstract

When used effectively, meetings serve as an invaluable opportunity for coworkers to achieve organizational objectives. However, meetings are often regarded as inefficient, unproductive, and frustrating. We examine the impact of a specific type of meeting behavior, counterproductive meeting behaviors (CMBs), which include non-constructive criticism and complaints, on perceptions of meeting effectiveness. Additionally, we explore the moderating influence of personality characteristics on this relationship. Findings indicate that CMBs are negatively related to perceived meeting effectiveness. The negative relationship is stronger for individuals who possess higher levels of agreeableness and stronger for individuals possessing lower levels of extraversion.

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The Impact of Counterproductive Meeting Behaviors on Meeting Effectiveness, as moderated by Meeting Attendee Personality

Dr. C.C. and Mabel L. Criss Library

When used effectively, meetings serve as an invaluable opportunity for coworkers to achieve organizational objectives. However, meetings are often regarded as inefficient, unproductive, and frustrating. We examine the impact of a specific type of meeting behavior, counterproductive meeting behaviors (CMBs), which include non-constructive criticism and complaints, on perceptions of meeting effectiveness. Additionally, we explore the moderating influence of personality characteristics on this relationship. Findings indicate that CMBs are negatively related to perceived meeting effectiveness. The negative relationship is stronger for individuals who possess higher levels of agreeableness and stronger for individuals possessing lower levels of extraversion.