Reintroducing mediating variables to leadership-performance research

Fenwick Feng Jing, Gayle C. Avery

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Abstract

Existing studies of the leadership-performance relationship are characterized by an insufficient focus on mediating variables. Variables such as vision, organizational climate, and trust between leader and followers that may be important to mediating the leadership-performance relationship tend to be ignored in current research. This paper addresses this gap and suggests directions for future research.

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Organizational climate
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Organizational trust

Keywords

  • mediating variables
  • leadership-performance relationship
  • vision
  • climate
  • trust

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Reintroducing mediating variables to leadership-performance research. / Jing, Fenwick Feng; Avery, Gayle C.

In: 2008 EABR (business) & ETLC (teaching) conference proceedings, 2008, p. 1-10.

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