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An important component of ethical leadership entails leaders’ enactment of procedural fairness. The present two studies examined the role of followers’ relational motives as antecedents of leaders’ adherence to procedural fairness rules and explored the mediating role of attraction. In an...
In the present research we argue that despite leaders’ self-serving actions, followers can still perceive them as being fair and thus ethical. First, we developed a scale to capture followers’ perceptions of their leaders’ self-serving behavior. Second, in a field study we showed that even...
In this multi-source study, we examined the link between ethical leadership, human resource management (HRM), employee well-being, and helping. Based on the Conservation of Resources Theory, we proposed a mediated moderation model linking ethical leadership to helping, which includes well-being...
In this article, we present a trust-focused model for understanding leader’s fairness enactment. The model suggests that leaders are motivated to act fairly to gain subordinates’ trust, to show trust in their subordinates, to show that they are worth the subordinates’ trust in them, and...
The present paper gives a review of empirical research on ethical leadership and shows that still little is known known about the contextual antecedents of ethical leadership. To address this important issue, a conceptual framework is developed that analyzes the embeddedness of organizational...
An abundance of ethical violations on the part of organizational leaders prompted the debate about the need for ethical leadership. Moreover, it spawned research interest in understanding the conditions that may prompt some leaders to pursue their own interests at the expense of their group,...
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