the Dual-motivational Effects of Ethical Leadership on Employee Knowledge

Yuenlam BAVIK, Pok Man Tang, Ruodan SHAO, Yifeng CHEN

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Abstract

Drawing on social learning and self-determination theories, this study investigates the mediating effects of controlled motivation and moral identity on the relationship between ethical leadership on employee knowledge sharing. Results of the study provide support for all the hypotheses and demonstrate a stronger mediating effect of moral identity.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - Apr 2016
Event2016 Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology Conference - United States, Anaheim, United States
Duration: 14 Apr 201616 Apr 2016
http://www.siop.org/Portals/84/SIOP%20Docs/SIOP%20Conference%20Presentations/2016ACProgram.pdf (Conference Program)

Conference

Conference2016 Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology Conference
Abbreviated title2016 SIOP
CountryUnited States
CityAnaheim
Period14/04/1616/04/16
Internet address

Bibliographical note

Poster Session 301-1

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    BAVIK, Y., Tang, P. M., SHAO, R., & CHEN, Y. (2016). the Dual-motivational Effects of Ethical Leadership on Employee Knowledge. Poster session presented at 2016 Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology Conference, Anaheim, United States.