This studied linked LMX and burnout, thus improving member and leader relationships may positively influence burnout. Psychiatric rehabilitation organizations may be able to indirectly reduce individual and organizational problems by reducing burnout through supporting high LMX relationships. With lower rates of burnout, employees may provide more effective services for individuals with severe mental illness. With less burnout, employees may experience improved physical and psychological health. When organizations decrease burnout, they may reduce operating costs and decrease staff turnover.Leadership may be connected to the problem of burnout and this study examines this relationship. This study investigates the relationship between leader-member exchange (LMX) and burnout among psychiatric rehabilitation workers.
|Title||:||The Relationship Between Leader Member Exchange and Burnout in Psychiatric Rehabilitation Workers|
|Author||:||Jonathon Eugene Larson|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2007|