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大中华地区主管领导风格与员工工作后果之关联:以自我观为调节变项
The Moderating Effects of Self-Views in the Relationships between Leadership Styles and Subordinates’ Work Consequences

DOI: 10.12677/VE.2013.21001, PDF, HTML, XML, 下载: 2,813  浏览: 12,331 

作者: 张妤玥, 陆 洛, 周君倚:台湾大学商学研究所,台湾;陆昌勤:北京大学心理学系,北京

关键词: 转换型领导交易型领导自我观文化 Transformational Leadership; Transactional Leadership; Self View; Culture

摘要: 本研究目的为探讨主管“转换型领导”与“交易型领导”风格与员工工作后果(包括:工作满意度、组织公民行为、组织承诺、工作绩效)之间的关联,并探讨员工自我观的调节作用。有效样本为784名全职员工,其中台湾样本446名,大陆样本338名。资料分析采用阶层回归来验证假设,结果显示:1) 转换型领导是四个后果变项的预测因子,交易型领导则是工作满意度与组织承诺的预测因子。2) 自我观会调节转换型领导与工作后果的关联。当员工具有高度“社会取向”自我观,会“强化”转换型领导对工作绩效的正向效果,会“弱化”交易型领导对工作满意度的正向效果。而当员工具有高度“个人取向”自我观,则会“弱化”交易型领导对组织公民行为的正向效果。显示员工之自我观为领导效能的重要权变因子。 The aim of this research was to explore the relations among supervisors’ transformational leadership, transactional leadership, and subordinates’ work outcomes (including job satisfaction, organizational commitment, organizational citizenship behavior, and job performance). Using structured questionnaires, a diverse sample of 784 full-time employees drawn from a variety of organizations in Taiwanand mainlandChinawas surveyed. Analyses revealed that transformational leadership was positively related to all four outcome variables in our study; whereas transactional leadership was positively related to job satisfaction and organizational commitment. More importantly, we found that the social-oriented self view enhanced the positive effect of transformational leadership on job performance but mitigated the positive effect of transformational leadership on job satisfaction. On the other hand, the individual-oriented self view mitigated the positive effect of transactional leadership on organizational citizen behavior. It is thus recommended that employee’s self views may be important contingent factors of leadership effectiveness.

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文章引用: 张妤玥, 陆洛, 陆昌勤, 周君倚. 大中华地区主管领导风格与员工工作后果之关联:以自我观为调节变项[J]. 职业教育, 2013, 2(1): 1-15. http://dx.doi.org/10.12677/VE.2013.21001

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