Servant leadership, employer brand perception, trust in leaders and turnover intentions: a sequential mediation model

  title={Servant leadership, employer brand perception, trust in leaders and turnover intentions: a sequential mediation model},
  author={Vaneet Kashyap and S. Rangnekar},
  journal={Review of Managerial Science},
The study aimed to examine the impact of the servant leadership style on employee turnover intentions by investigating the sequential mediating effects of employer brand perception and level of trust subordinates have in their leaders. Results of the study were obtained by analysing data collected from 253 employees working in Indian organizations. The results fully support the hypotheses proposed in the study, illustrating that perceived servant leadership style is negatively associated with… 
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