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Aktuelle Publikation: "Keeping up day-specific effects of transformational leadership: The role of followers’ emotion regulation"

Angela Kuonath, Julia Specht, Daniela Pachler und Dieter Frey haben gemeinsam mit Jana Kühnel von der Universität Ulm einen Forschungsartikel zur Rolle täglichem transformationalen Führungsverhaltens und Mitarbeiterverhalten im peer-reviewed European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology veröffentlicht.

27.09.2017

Zusammenfassung

This diary study examines the role of day-specific transformational leadership for followers’ personal
initiative. Building on Affective Events Theory, we proposed a direct effect of day-specific transformational
leadership on followers’ personal initiative on the same day. Furthermore, we took a closer look at
lagged effects of day-specific transformational leadership. More specifically, we hypothesized that
positive effects of one day’s transformational leadership can endure until the next day for followers
who apply beneficial emotion regulation strategies. We conducted a diary study over five consecutive
working days among 97 employees. Two-level hierarchical linear modelling supported our hypotheses.
As expected, day-specific transformational leadership positively predicted followers’ personal initiative
on the same day. Furthermore, concerning the association between day-specific transformational
leadership and followers’ personal initiative on the following day, there was a positive relation for
followers applying beneficial emotion regulation strategies in terms of high cognitive reappraisal and
low expressive suppression, respectively.

Publikation

Angela Kuonath, Julia Specht, Jana Kühnel, Daniela Pachler & Dieter Frey (2017): Keeping up day-specific effects of transformational leadership: The role of followers’ emotion regulation, European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology, DOI:10.1080/1359432X.2017.1379993