Refining the measurement of self-leadership: incorporating collectivist and relationship values

Jessie Ho, Paul L. Nesbit

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Although the measurement of self-leadership (RSLQ) has been developed and validated with samples from the US with promising reliability and construct validity, its generalizability to other non-western context is problematic. In order to enhance the generalizability of self-leadership theory to the Chinese context, the authors of this study extend the breadth of self-leadership dimensions and refine its measurement based on the cross-cultural theory about self-concept differences between individualism and collectivism. The reliability and construct validity of this refined self-leadership scale are explored using exploratory (EFA) and confirmatory factor analysis (CFA).

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