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Title: Self-Managers: Social Contexts, Personal Traits, and Organizational Commitment
Authors: Chen, I-Heng;Chung, Anyi
Contributors: 人力資源管理研究所
Keywords: Self-management;Charismatic leadership;Private self-consciousness;Organizational commitment
Date: 2014-06
Issue Date: 2014-10-01T08:37:47Z
Publisher: Springer Science+Business Media New York
Abstract: This study adopts self-determination theory to examine a path model that focuses on the effects of charismatic leadership and private self-consciousness on self-management, which in turn, leads to organizational commitment. We articulate that the relationships between self-management and each of charismatic leadership and private self-consciousness represent identified and integrated regulation, respectively. Thus, we test whether the relationship between self-management and private self-consciousness is stronger than that between self-management and charismatic leadership. The hypotheses are tested using data gathered from 981 employees. The result of the stronger path from private self-consciousness to self-management than the one from charismatic leadership is consistent with the literature on flow, organizational change, and followership. Moreover, our result of the mediating effects of self-management provides explanations for the little empirical research on follower processes in leadership effectiveness and on the association between private self-consciousness and organizational commitment.
Relation: Asia Pacific Journal of Management, 31(2): 621-642
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