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The Relationship between Differential Leadership, Leader-Member Exchange and Organizational Citizenship Behavior: The Moderating Effect of Perceived Insider Status
Behavior Perceived Insider Status
The purpose of this study is to examine the effect of differential leadership on organizational citizenship behavior, the mediating role of leader-member exchange and the moderating role of perceived insider status. The one to one questionnaire survey was conducted in this study, and one hundred thirteen pairs of effective samples were received. The results indicate that caring communication, giving promotion with reward are positively associated with the leader-member exchange, and leader-member exchange is positively associated with organizational citizenship behavior and leader-member exchange mediate the relationship between caring communication, giving promotion with reward and organizational citizenship behavior. Then, leader-member exchange moderates the relationship between caring communication, giving promotion with reward and leader-member exchange. The final conclusion from this research formed the basis for academic and practical references.
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