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    Title: Don’t Worry, I’m With You: Can Visionary Leadership Release Neurotic Employees for More Perceived Innovative Interactions?
    Authors: Chen, Jui-Kuei;Chen, I-Shuo
    Contributors: 淡江大學未來學研究所
    Keywords: neuroticism;visionary leadership;occupational psychology;human brain functions;perceived innovative interaction
    Date: 2013-08-01
    Issue Date: 2014-03-19 22:26:17 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: Maleny: eContent Management Pty Ltd
    Abstract: An analysis of 303 faculty members from six universities, two each from northern, central, and southern Taiwan, indicates that a manager's visionary leadership (VL) moderates the link between employees who are neurotic and those employees' perceived innovative interaction.
    As hypothesized, the findings reveal that managers who demonstrate VL can effectively improve neurotic employees' perceived innovative interactions in the workplace, whereas without such VL, neurotic employees will perceive a reduction in innovative interactions in conjunction with increased anxiety.
    Relation: Innovation: Management, Policy & Practice 15(2), pp.215-223
    DOI: 10.5172/impp.2013.15.2.215
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