Self-Engagement Moderates the Mediated Relationship Between Organizational Constraints and Organizational Citizenship Behaviors via Rated Leadership
Results of this study showed that when employees were highly engaged in their work and experienced organizational constraints in performing their jobs, they viewed their leaders as less effective, which in turn resulted in them exhibiting fewer organizational citizenship behaviors.
Britt, Thomas W., Eric S. McKibben, Tiffany M. Greene-Shortridge, Heather N. Odle-Dusseau, and Hailey A. Herleman. "Self-Engagement Moderates the Mediated Relationship Between Organizational Constraints and Organizational Citizenship Behaviors via Rated Leadership." Journal of Applied Social Psychology 42.8 (2012): 1830-1846.
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