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Drawing from the transactional theory of stress, we examined the relationships between authoritarian leadership, fear, defensive silence, and ultimately employee creativity. We also explored the… (More)
Abstract This study investigates why and when perceived negative workplace gossip inhibits targets’ in-role performance in the context of service. Relying on affective events theory, we argue that… (More)
While previous research has established that employees who have a more conscientious leader are more likely to perceive that their leader is ethical, the underlying mechanisms and boundary conditions… (More)
Abstract Grounded in social exchange theory, we investigated why and when ethical leadership may relate to hospitality employees’ customer-oriented citizenship behavior (CCB) by exploring the… (More)
In this study, we explored the relationships between controlling leadership and employee creative performance by examining the mediating and moderating roles of fear and psychological capital. Usin...
Drawing from the Conservation of Resources (COR) theory, we examined both the mediating and moderating roles of job crafting and family-role overload respectively in the relationship between Family...