Self-leadership skills and innovative behavior at work

@inproceedings{Carmeli2006SelfleadershipSA,
  title={Self-leadership skills and innovative behavior at work},
  author={Abraham Carmeli and Ravit Meitar and Jacob Weisberg},
  year={2006}
}
Purpose – The purpose of this study is to examine the relationship between self-leadership skills and innovative behaviors at work. Design/methodology/approach – The study’s participants were employees and their supervisors, working in six organizations in Israel. Data were collected through structured surveys administered to the employees and their supervisors. A total of 175 matched questionnaires were returned. Path analysis, using AMOS program, was conducted to assess the research model… CONTINUE READING

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