Linking ethical leadership to employee creativity: Knowledge sharing and self-efficacy as mediators

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Yueru Ma
Weibo Cheng
Barbara A. Ribbens
Juanmei Zhou
Cite this article:  Ma, Y., Cheng, W., Ribbens, B., & Zhou, J. (2013). Linking ethical leadership to employee creativity: Knowledge sharing and self-efficacy as mediators. Social Behavior and Personality: An international journal, 41(9), 1409-1420.


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Using social exchange theory and social learning theory, we examined the influence of ethical leadership on employee creativity through the mediation of knowledge sharing and self-efficacy. We tested our hypotheses with a sample of 309 employees and their supervisors from 4 Chinese companies, using a multiple mediation model. The results showed that ethical leadership was positively related to employee creativity and that this relationship was mediated by knowledge sharing and self-efficacy.

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