This study examines relationships among servant leadership, employee job satisfaction, and multiple measures of well-being. Responses from employees (n=1019; response rate 52%) of a multinational company showed that those who perceive their supervisor as a servant leader reported greater job satisfaction, less stress, increased subjective and psychological well-being, and fewer sick days. Comparisons between regions, job categories and departments yielded additional insights and implications for theory and practice.
6 Dec 2022
Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management Conference