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An Analysis of Employees’ Recalled Role Negotiation Episodes
Unformatted Document Text:  Recalled Role Negotiation Episodes 36 APPENDIX A ROLE CHANGE STIMULUS Most if not all employees have certain tasks they are required to perform as a member of their organization or company. But from time to time, and for various reasons, employees naturally come up with ideas about changing an aspect of their role(s) that benefit themselves or the organization. In some instances these changes are fundamental aspects of our job(s), and at other times they are unimportant aspects of our job(s). We are interested in one change that you have sought within your job (in what you do or how you do your job), the importance of the change, and the behaviors and interactions between you and your supervisor to allow the changes. Here are some examples of changes within their jobs that others have reported: Coming up with new assignments, improving the method of performing a job task, adding to or lessening my responsibilities, changing my work schedule, taking over a co-worker’s tasks, creating new protocols, working at home one day a week, implementing an addition to the web site. In the box below, please describe your successful role change experience and how you negotiated this change with your supervisor. Be sure to describe what you wanted to change, the importance of the change, and any dialogue and behaviors that you recall between you and your supervisor during the role change. Please use the same dialogue format as the example with the separation of what you said and did and what your supervisor said and did. If you need more room, please use the back of the paper. Be sure that your role change experience meets the following criteria: y One specific change within your job - a change in what you do or how you do your job; y A change within your current job, NOT a change to a “new job” or position with a new job title or new supervisor; and y A change that YOU initiated and discussed with your supervisor, NOT a change you made without approval, or a change initiated by your supervisor.

Authors: Callies, Letticia. and Miller, Vernon.
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Recalled Role Negotiation Episodes
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APPENDIX A
ROLE CHANGE STIMULUS

Most if not all employees have certain tasks they are required to perform as a member of their
organization or company. But from time to time, and for various reasons, employees naturally
come up with ideas about changing an aspect of their role(s) that benefit themselves or the
organization. In some instances these changes are fundamental aspects of our job(s), and at other
times they are unimportant aspects of our job(s).

We are interested in one change that you have sought within your job (in what you do or how you
do your job), the importance of the change, and the behaviors and interactions between you and
your supervisor to allow the changes.

Here are some examples of changes within their jobs that others have reported: Coming up with
new assignments, improving the method of performing a job task, adding to or lessening my
responsibilities, changing my work schedule, taking over a co-worker’s tasks, creating new
protocols, working at home one day a week, implementing an addition to the web site.

In the box below, please describe your successful role change experience and how you negotiated
this change with your supervisor. Be sure to describe what you wanted to change, the importance of
the change, and any dialogue and behaviors that you recall between you and your supervisor during
the role change. Please use the same dialogue format as the example with the separation of what
you said and did and what your supervisor said and did. If you need more room, please use the
back of the paper. Be sure that your role change experience meets the following criteria:

y One specific change within your job - a change in what you do or how you do your job;
y A change within your current job, NOT a change to a “new job” or position with a new job title
or new supervisor; and
y A change that YOU initiated and discussed with your supervisor, NOT a change you made
without approval, or a change initiated by your supervisor.


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