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Transformational Leadership and Work-Related Attitudes: The Moderating Effects of Collective and Self-Efficacy Across Cultures
Fred O. Walumbwa1; John J. Lawler2; Bruce J. Avolio4; Peng Wang1; Kan Shi3
2005
Source PublicationJournal of Leadership & Organizational Studies
Volume11Issue:3Pages:2-16
Contribution Rank5
AbstractIn this study, we examined how collective and self-efficacy moderated the influence of transformational leadership on followers' work-related attitudes (i.e., organizational commitment and job satisfaction) using hierarchical linear modeling. Data for this study were collected from 37 bank branches and 644 individuals in China (n = 208), India (n = 194), and the United States (n = 242). Results revealed that transformational leadership and efficacy beliefs were positively related to followers' work-related attitudes. Aggregated collective and self-efficacy moderated the relationship between transformational leadership and followers' work-related attitudes. Limitations of the study and implications of these findings for practice and research are discussed. Key words: Transformational leadership, efficacy beliefs, and work attitudes.
Subject Area工业与组织心理学
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Language中文
Document Type期刊论文
Identifierhttp://ir.psych.ac.cn/handle/311026/14273
Collection中国科学院心理研究所回溯数据库(1956-2010)
Affiliation1.University of Nebraska
2.University of Illinois
3.Jackson State University
4.Chinese Academy of Sciences
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Fred O. Walumbwa,John J. Lawler,Bruce J. Avolio,et al. Transformational Leadership and Work-Related Attitudes: The Moderating Effects of Collective and Self-Efficacy Across Cultures[J]. Journal of Leadership & Organizational Studies,2005,11(3):2-16.
APA Fred O. Walumbwa,John J. Lawler,Bruce J. Avolio,Peng Wang,&Kan Shi.(2005).Transformational Leadership and Work-Related Attitudes: The Moderating Effects of Collective and Self-Efficacy Across Cultures.Journal of Leadership & Organizational Studies,11(3),2-16.
MLA Fred O. Walumbwa,et al."Transformational Leadership and Work-Related Attitudes: The Moderating Effects of Collective and Self-Efficacy Across Cultures".Journal of Leadership & Organizational Studies 11.3(2005):2-16.
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