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How Does Environmentally Specific Servant Leadership Fuel Employees' Low-Carbon Behavior? The Role of Environmental Self-Accountability and Power Distance Orientation

Yuhuan Xia, Yubo Liu, Changlin Han, Yang Gao, Yuanyuan Lan
2022 International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health  
We tested our theoretical framework with a sample of 483 subordinates and their direct supervisors working in northern China.  ...  Based on social learning theory, we developed and tested a moderated mediation model to investigate when and how environmentally specific servant (ESS) leadership impacts employees' low-carbon behavior  ...  Data Availability Statement: The data are not publicly available due to privacy and ethical considerations. Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijerph19053025 pmid:35270716 pmcid:PMC8910728 fatcat:x74di7yqxbgpvmnmx2q6jua22i

"You Wouldn't Like Me When I'm Sleepy": Leaders' Sleep, Daily Abusive Supervision, and Work Unit Engagement

Christopher M. Barnes, Lorenzo Lucianetti, Devasheesh P. Bhave, Michael S. Christian
2015 Academy of Management Journal  
Although we examine work units rather than firms as a whole, the logic is similar in that leaders influence the engagement of subordinates within their collective.  ...  DISCUSSION We used an experience sampling design to examine the daily relationships among supervisors' sleep, subsequent supervisory abusive behaviors toward subordinates, and subordinate outcomes.  ... 
doi:10.5465/amj.2013.1063 fatcat:g6vewlwxqbasxmutcfunjuipi4

Family supportive supervisor behaviors and organizational culture: Effects on work engagement and performance

Yasin Rofcanin, Mireia Las Heras, Arnold B. Bakker
2017 Journal of Occupational Health Psychology  
Informed by social information processing (SIP) theory, in this study, we assessed the associations among family supportive supervisor behaviors (FSSBs) as perceived by subordinates, subordinate work engagement  ...  Our findings using matched supervisor-subordinate data collected from a financial credit company in Mexico (654 subordinates; 134 supervisors) showed that FSSBs influenced work performance through subordinate  ...  Influenced by these cues, subordinates are likely to interpret supervisors' behaviors as supportive and form positive perceptions regarding their supervisors' level of FSSBs (Weick et al., 2005) , which  ... 
doi:10.1037/ocp0000036 pmid:27101338 fatcat:kmbwivyrrzdh7jmi3o3tylk5ru

Moral Symbols:A Necklace of Garlic against Unethical Requests

Sreedhari D. Desai
2014 Academy of Management Proceedings  
themselves and asking their subordinates to engage in unethical behavior.  ...  In sum, our findings show that followers can serve as a form of social influence to guide their leader's behavior and reduce the occurrence of unethical acts in the workplace.  ...  In this paper, we examined how moral symbols can act as a form of social influence by impacting ethical behaviors of others.  ... 
doi:10.5465/ambpp.2014.292 fatcat:hsqntk4kgnc6hkoig5o3qchrbi

The impact of political skill on impression management effectiveness

Kenneth J. Harris, K. Michele Kacmar, Suzanne Zivnuska, Jason D. Shaw
2007 Journal of Applied Psychology  
To test these relationships, the authors used a matched sample of 173 supervisor-subordinate dyads who worked full time in a state agency.  ...  That is, individuals who were not politically skilled created a more desirable image in their supervisors' eyes than did their politically skilled counterparts when they did not use these tactics.  ...  In a work setting, individuals may want to influence how they are seen by their colleagues, by their customers, and by their subordinates.  ... 
doi:10.1037/0021-9010.92.1.278 pmid:17227169 fatcat:3rwgdxhbobcirdmh6qfgjmmrbm

When Employees are Emotionally Exhausted Due to Abusive Supervision. A Conservation-of-Resources Perspective

Zubair Akram, Yan Li, Umair Akram
2019 International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health  
This study represents an important step towards understanding why supervisors behave abusively towards their subordinates.  ...  A time-lagged design was utilized to collect the data and a total of 350 supervisors-subordinates' dyads are collected from Chinese manufacturing firms.  ...  The abusive behavior of a supervisors urges subordinates to breach their psychological contract and engage in counterproductive work behavior-hindering the productivity of an organizations [1] .  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijerph16183300 pmid:31500365 pmcid:PMC6765885 fatcat:dxqycjbmm5fafafvbxan5dep3a

Greening organizations through leaders' influence on employees' pro-environmental behaviors

Jennifer L. Robertson, Julian Barling
2012 Journal of Organizational Behavior  
His current research interests lie primarily in the area of leadership, including the nature and development of leadership, and leaders' mental health and illness; and in counterproductive behaviors in  ...  Author biographies Jennifer Robertson is a doctoral candidate in organizational behavior at Queen's School of Business, Kingston, Ontario.  ...  In short, through environmentally-specific transformational leadership, leaders use their relationship with subordinates to intentionally influence and encourage their subordinates to engage in workplace  ... 
doi:10.1002/job.1820 fatcat:wp242udz2bfd7dz7fybryv4qum

Influence of Authentic Leadership on Unethical Pro-Organizational Behavior: The Intermediate Role of Work Engagement

Gigol
2020 Sustainability  
The current paper presents an intermediate role of work engagement between supervisors' leadership and the unethical pro-organizational behavior of subordinates.  ...  The survey shows that authentic leadership induces subordinates to engage in unethical pro-organizational behavior.  ...  Only the component of balanced processing is an indication of how to behave toward one's subordinates.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su12031182 fatcat:swypangee5fn3b7ltagnycr6ni

Motivation and Opportunity: The Role of Remote Work, Demographic Dissimilarity, and Social Network Centrality in Impression Management

Zoe I. Barsness, Kristina A. Diekmann, Marc-David L. Seidel
2005 Academy of Management Journal  
This study examined relationships among remote work, demographic dissimilarity, social network centrality, and the use and effectiveness of impression management behaviors.  ...  In our findings, a higher proportion of time spent working remotely from supervisors increased the frequency of supervisor-and job-focused impression management, but reduced social network centrality decreased  ...  Despite their best efforts, less central subordinates who engage frequently in supervisor-focused behaviors do not reap the same benefits as their more central peers.  ... 
doi:10.5465/amj.2005.17407906 fatcat:l2z4m2acfvhvhjmd4pbt4oz2pe

The Effect of Perceived Supervisor–Subordinate Congruence in Honesty on Emotional Exhaustion: A Polynomial Regression Analysis

Jae-Heon Do, Seung-Wan Kang, Suk Bong Choi
2021 International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health  
This study expands the intrapersonal context of the existing research on supervisors' honesty to the interpersonal context and empirically demonstrates the effect of honesty congruence.  ...  The analysis results confirmed that supervisorsubordinate congruence in honesty has a negative relationship with subordinates' emotional exhaustion and supervisorsubordinate congruence at higher levels  ...  Informed Consent Statement: Informed consent was obtained from all subjects involved in the study.  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijerph18179420 pmid:34502005 pmcid:PMC8430836 fatcat:5nbx554clzdqloxokhqlhudvou

Roots run deep: Investigating psychological mechanisms between history of family aggression and abusive supervision

Patrick Raymund James M. Garcia, Simon Lloyd D. Restubog, Christian Kiewitz, Kristin L. Scott, Robert L. Tang
2014 Journal of Applied Psychology  
In this article, we examine the relationships between supervisor-level factors and abusive supervision.  ...  We obtained the same pattern of results in Studies 2, 3, and 4 using an implicit measure of hostile cognitions and controlling for previously established antecedents of abusive supervision.  ...  Using Tepper's (2000) 15item scale, subordinates were asked to rate the extent to which their supervisor engaged in abusive behaviors (1 ϭ I cannot 1 Both supervisors and subordinates (Studies 1-4) and  ... 
doi:10.1037/a0036463 pmid:24731179 fatcat:t6utejcqzvdqroo7u5yfowbsru

Abusive Supervision and Retaliation: A Self-Control Framework

Huiwen Lian, Douglas J. Brown, D. Lance Ferris, Lindie H. Liang, Lisa M. Keeping, Rachel Morrison
2014 Academy of Management Journal  
To address this paradox we develop a self-control model of retaliatory behavior, wherein subordinates' self-control capacity and motivation to self-control influence emotional and retaliatory reactions  ...  supervision and supervisor-directed aggression occurs when subordinates are low in self-control capacity and perceive their supervisor to be low in coercive power.  ...  of power to provide an empirical test of the theoretical notion that supervisor power mitigates subordinate retaliatory behaviors.  ... 
doi:10.5465/amj.2011.0977 fatcat:pbo3vk3omjcbtdlm4qcqkwssdq

When the dark ones gain power: Perceived position power strengthens the effect of supervisor Machiavellianism on abusive supervision in work teams

Barbara Wisse, Ed Sleebos
2016 Personality and Individual Differences  
We discuss how power may function as an amplifier, bringing behavioral consequences of predispositions, emotions and beliefs to the forefront.  ...  This research builds upon this work, examining the influence of supervisor position power on the relationship between supervisor Dark Triad traits and abusive supervision in teams.  ...  With this research, we aim to add insight to our rather limited understanding of how supervisors' personality affects their behavior towards team members.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.paid.2016.05.019 fatcat:wkfgxcsc4na5bav33vtv5vgz7u

Sins of the parents: Self-control as a buffer between supervisors' previous experience of family undermining and subordinates' perceptions of abusive supervision

Christian Kiewitz, Simon Lloyd D. Restubog, Thomas J. Zagenczyk, Kristin D. Scott, Patrick Raymund James M. Garcia, Robert L. Tang
2012 Leadership Quarterly  
Results revealed that: 1) supervisors who experienced higher levels of family undermining (whether reported by the immediate supervisor or a sibling) during childhood are more likely to engage in abusive  ...  Overall, our results highlight the role of selfcontrol in mitigating the impact of supervisors' previous experiences of family undermining on subordinate perceptions of abusive supervision, even after  ...  their past, while supervisors with low levels of self-control will be more likely to engage in abusive supervisory behavior.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.leaqua.2012.05.005 fatcat:fii5iiklxjav5jrcbnzgfslewy

Stand up and Speak up: Employees' Prosocial Reactions to Observed Abusive Supervision

Manuela Priesemuth
2013 Academy of Management Proceedings  
In particular, it explores whether-and when-employees will respond to witnessing supervisory abuse of a coworker by engaging in prosocial actions aimed at benefitting the target of abuse.  ...  This dissertation examines what happens when employees witness supervisory abuse in the workplace.  ...  Abusive supervision is defined as "subordinates' perceptions of the extent to which their supervisors engage in the sustained display of hostile verbal and nonverbal behaviors, excluding physical contact  ... 
doi:10.5465/ambpp.2013.14299abstract fatcat:6puryas22jc7va7hedqyp6uzra
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