The influence of leader core self-evaluation on follower reports of transformational leadership

  • Hu J
  • Wang Z
  • Liden R
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Abstract

The role of leader core self-evaluations (CSE) was investigated for its influence on follower perceptions of transformational leadership (TFL) dimensions in a sample of 464 employees and 150 leaders from three Chinese organizations. As hypothesized, after controlling for leaders' and followers' demographic variables and modeling fixed-effects to account for the potential impact of omitted variables, we found that leader CSE was significantly and positively related to follower perception of leader TFL. The result enhances the understanding of TFL antecedents. © 2012 Elsevier Inc.

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  • Core self-evaluation (CSE)
  • Transformational leadership (TFL)

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Authors

  • Jia Hu

  • Zhen Wang

  • Robert C. Liden

  • Jianmin Sun

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