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Full-Range Leadership as a Predictor of Extra Effort in Online Higher Education: The Mediating Effect of Job Satisfaction

Donald Barnett
2019 Journal of Leadership Education  
Bass (1990) determined transformational leaders were effective in fostering employee extra effort.  ...  Leaders who are perceived as using idealized influence do not seek personal gain (Northouse, 2013) , and are a focus of imitation and respect from their subordinates (Bass & Riggio, 2006) .  ...  ., a past Presidential Management Fellow, is a manager for the Social Security Administration.  ... 
doi:10.12806/v18/i1/r6 fatcat:bqlvgoxx2fcidna6zmgpqbqmku

How Change Efforts in Public Organizations Overlook the Most Important Aspects of the Process

Behrooz Kalantari
2020 Journal of US-China Public Administration  
In addition, there has to be more focus on the "change agent" and how he can overcome employee resistance to change.  ...  Therefore, leaders of the organizations have to determine the direction of the forces that affect their organizations in order to bring meaningful changes to them.  ...  Other studies show that those change efforts which tap into the emotions of their employees happen to be more successful (Chakravorti, 2011) .  ... 
doi:10.17265/1548-6591/2020.03.005 fatcat:npyueod7s5gtfjqiyb5fhg74yy

Is There Enough Effort by Corporations in Malaysia to Promote Ethical Leadership and Long-Term Growth? A Perspective Analysis

Anantha Raj A. Arokiasamy, Alice Tamah
2021 Inclusive Society and Sustainability Studies  
This study provides possibilities for academics to investigate new findings in leadership style and aids in understanding how companies may produce ethical leaders in the workplace.  ...  Employees are under greater pressure to tackle more difficult ethical issues as global competition and economic demands rise.  ...  Unpleasant or unsettling information that might have serious implications should not be removed in advance -deliberately or unconsciously -by the information gatherers.  ... 
doi:10.31098/issues.v1i1.637 fatcat:hoftgvc7lvdzviwsa3cxwyrz2q

Work Values and Employee Effort: A Needs-Supplies Fit Perspective

Samir A. Abdelmoteleb
2020 Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology  
., autonomy, competence and growth, and job security) on employee effort from a needs-supplies fit perspective.  ...  However, regarding job security, employee effort declined as the perceived values substantially exceeded the preferred values.  ...  People's belief in their efficacy influences how much effort they exert to achieve their tasks (Bandura, 1997) , and it is seen as a predictor of employee effort (Bandura, 1982) .  ... 
doi:10.5093/jwop2020a2 fatcat:jhdjw3efuff2pehn5znfkp77aq

Perception of Organizational Politics, Psychological Safety, and Work Efforts of Senior High School Teachers

Lebbaeus Asamani, Bakari Yusuf Dramanu, Emilyn Ofosu-Amaah
2020 European Scientific Journal  
This paper focuses on investigating the extent to which Ghanaian Senior High School teachers' perceptions of organizational politics and psychological safety relate to each other, and how it influences  ...  the teachers' work efforts.  ...  This phenomenon has been found to significantly affect the intentions, pursuit of work goals, conduct, and emotional well-being of employees and how individuals advance within the organization (Gandz  ... 
doi:10.19044/esj.2020.v16n19p195 fatcat:6jvhobh7efevlntwzofl46yigu

Individual Cognitive Effort and Cognitive Transition During Organization Development

Philip J. Maxton, Gervase R. Bushe
2018 Journal of Applied Behavioral Science  
How do personal mindsets change during an organization development intervention and how are these transitions associated with the intervention characteristics?  ...  A third type of change in mindset emerged in four of the cases: the development of an appreciative stance, which we classify as a form of cognitive effort rather than a cognitive transition.  ...  Importantly, by studying employee transition during organizational change in a wellspecified research design, using clearly defined and well operationalized constructs, the research has provided a better  ... 
doi:10.1177/0021886318795391 fatcat:hjgszajmhfbv7nel7wbaw2cgwi

On Efforts to Reform Workers' Compensation for Occupational Diseases [chapter]

Peter S. Barth
1986 Current Issues in Workers' Compensation  
How can we minimize the confrontation politics that have plagued past efforts?  ...  Although AFL-CIO leaders denied being influenced by attorney pressure, it was well known that the key labor spokesman had been embarrassed two years earlier when trial lawyers used their wide influence  ...  insufficient but difficult to secure.  ... 
doi:10.17848/9780880995443.ch14 fatcat:53zmt6g7tjbrviobngi6y3323q

Expressing Forgiveness after Interpersonal Mistreatment: Power and Status of Forgivers Influence Transgressors' Relationship Restoration Efforts

Michelle Xue Zheng, Marius Dijke
2020 Journal of Organizational Behavior  
These findings highlight the relevance of studying how contextual conditions color transgressors' perceptions of victims' behavior to understand relationship restoration after interpersonal mistreatment  ...  As a result, Andrew does not have (has) influence over others, because these individuals do not value (value) Andrew's opinion.  ...  Practical Implications Our finding that forgivers' power and status "color" transgressors' perceptions of forgiveness sincerity, which influence their relationship restoration efforts, implies that sincerity  ... 
doi:10.1002/job.2432 fatcat:du7zpzbwxrdcvjjxqkupsb5h7q

Illegitimate Tasks as an Impediment to Job Satisfaction and Intrinsic Motivation: Moderated Mediation Effects of Gender and Effort-Reward Imbalance

Rachel Omansky, Erin M. Eatough, Marcus J. Fila
2016 Frontiers in Psychology  
Additionally, we examine perception of effort-reward imbalance (ERI) as a potential mediating mechanism through which illegitimate tasks relate to job satisfaction and intrinsic motivation, highlighting  ...  Illegitimate tasks are work tasks that violate identity role norms about what can reasonably be expected from an employee in a given position.  ...  recommendations to leaders.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2016.01818 pmid:27917145 pmcid:PMC5116474 fatcat:sh2pejbhofbtdoloppfhspu2mq

Why are current efforts to eliminate female circumcision in Ethiopia misplaced?

Jo Boyden
2012 Culture, Health and Sexuality  
It argues that despite an overall decline in the practice nationally, eradication efforts have caused significant quandaries for girls and their families.  ...  These are, in turn, influenced by the quality of their relationships with others and how they understand their relative social position and relative worth.  ...  Insofar as these attributes give girls a social place and in so doing, secure their transition to adulthood, the positive valuation of female circumcision can potentially offset any associated physical  ... 
doi:10.1080/13691058.2012.726743 pmid:23030606 fatcat:ow2uurovc5gfroqbj5g66ydnf4

Destructive norm-violating school behavior among adolescents: a review of protective and preventive efforts

D A Sabatino, J E Heald, S G Rothman, T L Miller
1978 Adolescence  
Unfulfilled Emotional Needs. A fourth motivational factor is the fulfillment of unmet emotional needs (Taylor, 1964). Adolescents who manifest personal emotional problems have a low trust level.  ...  One theory involved with “$1 per ADA” is that students can influence the behavior of other students.  ... 
pmid:742470 fatcat:ikqyiguhjvcmbbjt7qtgsyzmkq

Too Insecure to Be a Leader: The Role of Attachment in Leadership Emergence

Yang Yang, Yongli Wang, Hailing Lu, Ling Tan
2020 Frontiers in Psychology  
The findings imply that insecurely attached employees can also be leaders if they expend more effort and focus more on task completion.  ...  emotion.  ...  We argue that insecurely attached employees are seen as leaders significantly less often than securely attached employees due to negative emotion. Can insecurely attached employees never be leaders?  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2020.571401 pmid:33281673 pmcid:PMC7705218 fatcat:2x4nafpkevc7fhmmslgpyhdjba

Efforts to Improve the Quality of Islamic Education Institutions in the Millennium Era

Mursida Aziz
2019 International Conference of Moslem Society  
Descrpitive research is done by collecting data as much as possible which is supporting factors that influence it then explained according to the data found.  ...  The purpose of this study was to determine the efforts made by MI Darwata Mujur Lor in improving the quality of its institutions. The type of the research is descriptive research.  ...  In an effort to improve the quality of learning in MI Darwata Mujur Lor the efforts made are in the first way emotionaloriented learning, namely efforts to increase emotional learning by incorporating  ... 
doi:10.24090/icms.2019.2338 fatcat:sy2yxkqoevfalf7zy6dtnzswdy

"Transformational Leadership, High Performance Work Practices, and an Effective Organization"

Chidiebere Ndukwe Ogbonnaya, Karina Nielsen
2016 Academy of Management Proceedings  
Although transformational leadership is touted as an important approach for improving employee well-being and an effective organization, very little is known about how its key principles can be manifested  ...  The paper explores the role of HPWP as a mechanism for accentuating the transformational leader's positive impact on employee well-being and organizational performance.  ...  Such behaviours may include occasional emotional outbursts aimed at eliciting certain desired outcomes from employees, or influencing employees to act in some predetermined manner.  ... 
doi:10.5465/ambpp.2016.11152abstract fatcat:ifeem4szv5ch7c4hxcfepxrtk4

The Development and Implementation of PISA – A Collaborative Effort [chapter]

2014 PISA 2012 Results: Students and Money (Volume VI)  
and advice in order to engage in financial activities, the confidence to do so, and the ability to manage emotional and psychological factors that influence financial decision making. these attributes  ...  How do differences in financial literacy performance compare to differences in mathematics and reading performance?  ...  OECD OECD OECD OECD OECD OECD OECD OECD THE DEVELOPMENT AND IMPLEMENTATION OF PISA -A COLLABORATIVE EFFORT PiSa is a collaborative effort, bringing together experts from the participating  ... 
doi:10.1787/9789264208094-12-en fatcat:zag5x6t4ljdyjgw4pyy4frjqum
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