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Personality and leadership: a qualitative and quantitative review.
TLDR
Extraversion was the most consistent correlate of leadership across study settings and leadership criteria (leader emergence and leadership effectiveness) and the five-factor model had a multiple correlation of .48 with leadership, indicating strong support for the leader trait perspective when traits are organized according to theFivefactor model.
The forgotten ones? The validity of consideration and initiating structure in leadership research.
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This study provided a meta-analysis of the relationship of the Ohio State leadership behaviors--Consideration and Initiating Structure--with leadership, and results provide important support for the validity of Initiating structure and Consideration in leadership research.
Leader-member exchange and citizenship behaviors: a meta-analysis.
TLDR
Results indicate a moderately strong, positive relationship between LMX and citizenship behaviors (rho = .37), and support the moderating role of the target of the citizenship behaviors on the magnitude of the LMX-citizenship behavior relationship.
Relationship of personality to performance motivation: a meta-analytic review.
TLDR
A meta-analysis of the relationship between the five-factor model of personality and 3 central theories of performance motivation (goal-setting, expectancy, and self-efficacy motivation) indicated that Neuroticism and Conscientiousness were the strongest and most consistent correlates ofperformance motivation across the 3 theoretical perspectives.
When can employees have a family life? The effects of daily workload and affect on work-family conflict and social behaviors at home.
TLDR
The most interesting finding in this study was that employees' behaviors in the family domain (reported by spouses) were predicted by the employees' perceptions of work-to-family conflict and their positive affect at home.
Intelligence and leadership: a quantitative review and test of theoretical propositions.
TLDR
Meta-analysis suggests that the relationship between intelligence and leadership is considerably lower than previously thought and provides meta-analytic support for both implicit leadership theory and cognitive resource theory.
RELATIONSHIP OF PERSONALITY TRAITS AND COUNTERPRODUCTIVE WORK BEHAVIORS: THE MEDIATING EFFECTS OF JOB SATISFACTION
This study used path analysis to test a model that posits that relevant personality traits will have both direct relationships with counterproductive work behaviors (CPBs) and indirect relationships
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