Do servant-leaders help satisfy follower needs? An organizational justice perspective

@article{Mayer2008DoSH,
  title={Do servant-leaders help satisfy follower needs? An organizational justice perspective},
  author={David M. Mayer and Mary Bardes and Ronald F. Piccolo},
  journal={European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology},
  year={2008},
  volume={17},
  pages={180 - 197}
}
While theoretical work has discussed the link between servant-leadership and the satisfaction of follower needs, empirical research has yet to examine this relationship. The present article seeks to fill this void by reporting on a survey study (n = 187) linking servant-leadership to follower need and job satisfaction through the mediating mechanism of organizational justice. Drawing on the multiple needs model of justice, self-determination theory, needs-based theories of job satisfaction, and… 
Servant Leadership: A Review and Synthesis:
Servant leadership is positioned as a new field of research for leadership scholars. This review deals with the historical background of servant leadership, its key characteristics, the available
Servant Leadership: A Review and Synthesis
Servant leadership is positioned as a new field of research for leadership scholars. This review deals with the historical background of servant leadership, its key characteristics, the available
Servant leadership, organizational identification, and work-to-family enrichment: The moderating role of work climate for sharing family concerns
The present study investigates the impact of servant leadership as perceived by followers on their work-to-family enrichment (WFE) by focusing on the mediating role of organizational identification
A servant leader and their stakeholders: When does organizational structure enhance a leader's influence?
Accumulating evidence finds servant leadership is related to critical employee and organizational criteria, but only a limited amount of studies link servant leaders to both internal and external
How do servant leaders ignite absorptive capacity? The role of epistemic motivation and organizational support
This study examines the role of servant leadership in absorptive capacity. Data from manufacturing and service sector organizations found that: a) there was moderation of servant leadership influence
Job Satisfaction and the Priority of Valuing People
The servant leadership literature has a growing body of evidence pointing to the positive relationship between servant leadership and job satisfaction. Because many of these studies have focused on
Public servant leadership: Myth or powerful reality?
This study investigates whether servant leadership has a benevolent influence on government employees’ attitudes and productivity. Employing survey responses from 471 local government employees in
Servant leadership, span of control, and outcomes in a municipality context
The purpose of the current study was to investigate the moderating role of span of supervision in the association between servant leadership and multiple outcomes such as job satisfaction and
Servant leadership and commitment to change, the mediating role of justice and optimism
Purpose – The main aim of this study was to contribute to the change management literature by providing additional insight into how leadership encourages commitment to
Servant leaders inspire servant followers: Antecedents and outcomes for employees and the organization
Abstract Despite widespread adoption of servant leadership, we are only beginning to understand its true utility across multiple organizational levels. Our purpose was to test the relationship
...
1
2
3
4
5
...

References

SHOWING 1-10 OF 54 REFERENCES
Servant versus Self-Sacrificial Leadership: A Behavioral Comparison of Two Follow-Oriented Leadership Theories
Since Greenleaf (1977), research pertaining to servant leadership has carved a unique place in the leadership literature. The last decade has produced focused theory development including instrument
Scale Development and Construct Clarification of Servant Leadership
This article presents an integrated construct of servant leadership derived from a review of the literature. Subscale items were developed to measure 11 potential dimensions of servant leadership:
Justice at the millennium: a meta-analytic review of 25 years of organizational justice research.
TLDR
It is suggested that although different justice dimensions are moderately to highly related, they contribute incremental variance explained in fairness perceptions and illustrate the overall and unique relationships among distributive, procedural, interpersonal, and informational justice and several organizational outcomes.
LEADERSHIP TRAINING IN ORGANIZATIONAL JUSTICE TO INCREASE CITIZENSHIP BEHAVIOR WITHIN A LABOR UNION: A REPLICATION
In a replication of a quasi-experiment by Skarlicki and Latham (1996), we investigated the effect of training union leaders (N= 25) in the administration of organizational justice principles on union
Servant-leadership in organizations: Inspirational and moral
Abstract This paper offers a critical analysis of charismatic leadership (in several guises) because of its absence of moral safeguards. The heightened motivation inspired by charismatic or
Intrinsic Need Satisfaction: A Motivational Basis of Performance and Weil‐Being in Two Work Settings1
Studies in 2 work organizations tested a self-determination theory based model in which employees’ autonomous causality orientation and their perceptions of their managers’ autonomy support
Leadership and Procedural Justice Climate as Antecedents of Unit-Level Organizational Citizenship Behavior.
Despite an abundance of research conducted on organizational citizenship behavior (OCB) at the individual level of analysis, relatively little is known about unit-level OCB. To investigate the
How Important are Job Attitudes? Meta-Analytic Comparisons of Integrative Behavioral Outcomes and Time Sequences
Drawing on the compatibility principle in attitude theory, we propose that overall job attitude (job satisfaction and organizational commitment) provides increasingly powerful prediction of more
On the dimensionality of organizational justice: a construct validation of a measure.
  • J. Colquitt
  • Psychology, Medicine
    The Journal of applied psychology
  • 2001
TLDR
This study explores the dimensionality of organizational justice and provides evidence of construct validity for a new justice measure and demonstrated predictive validity for the justice dimensions on important outcomes, including leader evaluation, rule compliance, commitment, and helping behavior.
Moral Virtues, Fairness Heuristics, Social Entities, and Other Denizens of Organizational Justice.
Abstract Recent years have seen a burgeoning interest in the study of organizational justice. Employee perceptions of distributive, procedural, and interactional justice have been related to a
...
1
2
3
4
5
...