Program

Oral
July 26, 2016 12:50 - 14:20

the Relationship between Destructive Leadership and Subordinates' Extra-role Behavior

[Speaker] Gao, Riguang:1
[Co-author] Wang, Biying:2
1:Jiangxi University of Finance and Economics (China (People's Republic of China)), 2:Jiangxi Normal University (China (People's Republic of China))

The study explored the mechanism that destructive leadership impacts the subordinates' extra-role behavior by using matched data that were collected at different time points. In this study, the discriminant validity was first tested to make sure that measurement meets the need of psychometrics. Then basing on correlation analysis, mediating and moderating mechanisms by which destructive leadership influence subordinates' extra-role behavior was checked.
The results shows subordinates' affective commitment mediates the relationship between destructive leadership and employees' deviant behavior and organizational citizenship behavior. And turnover intention moderates the impact of destructive leadership on organizational deviant behavior and organizational citizenship behavior. That is, when employees' turnover intention is higher, relationship between destructive leadership and organizational deviant behavior is stronger, and relationship between destructive leadership and OCB is weaker.
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