Thisstudy uses a correlational-design to explore relationships betweenpeer ratings of team member effectiveness, supervisor ratings of performance, and self-reportedperformancestrategiesassociated with self-leadership.Team members that were perceived as effective by their peers were also favorably rated on job performance by their supervisors. Peer-ratings onpossession of job-relevant knowledge, skills, and abilitiesincreased with frequency of communication behaviors, as rated by supervisors.This finding replicates previous research that suggests talking leads to perceived expertise in teams.Finally, self-goal setting was found to be related to peer-rated teammate effectiveness, but not supervisor-rated performance.
Bearden, C. R.
(2017). Self-Leadership Strategies & Performance Perspectives Within Student Aviation Teams. 19th International Symposium on Aviation Psychology, 131-135.