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The relationship between employees' occupational self-efficacy and perceived transformational leadership-replication and extension of recent results.

Felfe, J. and Schyns, B. (2002) 'The relationship between employees' occupational self-efficacy and perceived transformational leadership-replication and extension of recent results.', Current research in social psychology., 7 (9). pp. 137-162.

Abstract

The relationship between transformational leadership and self-efficacy is not yet fully explained. Different hypotheses have been posed ranging from positive to negative relationships between the constructs. The aim of this study is to further clarify how transformational leadership and self-efficacy relate. In addition, this paper considers possible moderators of this relationship. Task demands and climate are tested as moderators of the relationship between transformational leadership and self-efficacy. Although the relationships between transformational leadership and self-efficacy are virtually zero in the correlational analysis, interaction effects of transformational leadership and task demands are found. In an overall analysis, task demands is the best predictor for self-efficacy.

Item Type:Article
Full text:PDF - Published Version (87Kb)
Status:Peer-reviewed
Publisher Web site:http://www.uiowa.edu/~grpproc/crisp/crisp.7.9.htm
Record Created:13 Dec 2010 17:05
Last Modified:07 Jan 2011 10:19

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