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.
|Publication status||Unpublished - Dec 2022|
|Event||35th Annual Australian & New Zealand Academy of Management Conference: Flourishing in our new normal - Griffith Business School, Gold Coast, Australia|
Duration: 6 Dec 2022 → 7 Dec 2022
Conference number: 35th
|Conference||35th Annual Australian & New Zealand Academy of Management Conference|
|Period||6/12/22 → 7/12/22|
|Other||“Flourishing in our new normal”, speaks to growth and renewal as management adapts to the challenges of today’s rapidly changing business environments. We invite you to reflect and contribute to new ways of engaging with our stakeholders to support the evolving nature of work, sustainability, and wellbeing.|