Identity and Identification: An Organizational Perspective. Konstantin Korotov INSEAD. Identity. An answer to the “Who Am I?” question
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Various meanings attached to a person by self and others (Gecas, 1982) that are based on people’s social roles and membership in various groups (social identities) and personal characteristics and traits (personal identities) (Asforth & Mael, 1989; Gecas, 1982; Ibarra, 1999)
One of the forms of an individual’s attachment to an organization (Bamber & Iyer, 2002) As a specific form of social identification, it refers to seeing oneself as a part of an organization, conceptualizing oneself in terms of membership in this organization
The strength of an individual’ identification with an organization is compared with the degree of this individual’s cognitive, emotional, and behavioral investment in his or her organization (Chreim, 2001)
“[T]o the extent that individuals identify with a group, they experience the successes and failures of the group as their own and incorporate the dominant attitudes and values of the group as their own.” (Feldman, 1995: 223)