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Congruence between self-and other-rated development orientation of leaders, and its relationship with leader-member exchange quality
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Leader–member exchange (LMX) quality, Polynomial regression, Development orientation of leaders (DOL), Congruence, Response surface methodology
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The development orientation of leaders (DOL) plays a key role in the revolutionary Chinese-style developmental leadership. The aim of this quantitative study is to explore the effect of congruence or incongruence between self- and other-rated DOL on the dyadic leader–member exchange (LMX) quality using polynomial regression analysis and the response surface methodology. We analyze 212 leader–subordinate pairs from Taiwan and China to further investigate the DOL and its relationship with empirical LMX quality from both leaders’ and subordinates’ perceptions.
The findings demonstrate that the scores of congruence between self- and other-rated DOL have a higher effect on LMX quality than does incongruence. When the self- and other-rated DOL are congruent, the higher DOL stimulates higher LMX quality. In incongruent circumstances, it is discovered that higher other-rated DOL with lower self-rated DOL results in greater LMX quality than higher self-rated DOL with lower other-rated DOL. Finally, the implications are discussed.
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Thesis Validation Letter__________________________________________________i
Abstract (in Chinese)____________________________________________________iii
Abstract (in English)_____________________________________________________iv
Table of Contents_____________________________________________________v- vi
List of The Figures______________________________________________________vii
List of The Tables______________________________________________________viii
Chapter 1: Introduction_________________________________________________1-2
Chapter 2: Theoretical Development and Hypotheses____________________3-8
2-1. Development Orientation of Leaders________________________________3-4
2-2. Leader-member Exchange Quality__________________________________ 5-8
Chapter 3: Methodology_______________________________________________9-19
3-1. Research Sample_________________________________________________9-11
3-2. Procedures______________________________________________________12-13
3-3. Measures _______________________________________________________13-15
3-4. Data analysis____________________________________________________16-19
Chapter 4: Results___________________________________________________20-28
4-1. Descriptive statistic and correlations_____________________________20-21
4-2. Polynomial Regression Analysis and Response Surface Methodology_ 22-23
4-3. Hypothesis Testing______________________________________________23-28
Chapter 5: Discussion_______________________________________________ 29-32
5-1. Theoretical Implications_________________________________________29-30
5-2. Practical Implications___________________________________________30-31
5-3. Limitations and Future Research_________________________________31-32
Chapter 6: Conclusion________________________________________________33
Appendix I: Questionnaire of English Version__________________________36-42
Appendix II: Questionnaire in Taiwan__________________________________43-49
Appendix III: Questionnaire in China___________________________________50-56
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