Tag: Servant leadership

New meta-analysis on leadership and work engagement

This study aims to review and quantify the value of several well-established positive leadership styles for employee work engagement in organizations. We perform both a quantitative and qualitative review (k = 86). Our (moderated) meta-analysis indicates that transformational, authentic, empowering, ethical, and servant leadership all share overlap in confidence and credibility intervals, resulting in a […]

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New article on leadership and safety behavior

Safety behavior is the most critical task for air traffic controllers and other air traffic safety (ATS) employees. The literature shows that one of the main antecedents for ensuring safety is leadership. Yet, the understanding of leadership within air traffic control (ATC) is very limited. Drawing on both social learning theory and social exchange theory, […]

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New publication on leadership, job crafting and boredom

The purpose of this paper is to examine the effects of team-level servant leadership on job boredom and the role of job crafting. A longitudinal design was used and 237 employees, clustered into 47 teams participated. In the study Servant leadership was aggregated to the team-level to examine the effects of shared perceptions of leadership […]

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