The underlying mechanisms and boundary conditions that explain the relationship between transformational leadership and frontline employee performance: a field study onhotel staff in the Kurdistan region of Iraq

1Khalida Othman Mahmood

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Abstract:

The fundamental factors and restricting constraints illustrate the assembly between employee performance and leadership at the front line. It examines the role of the mediator for organizational identification and jobs in the partnership between transition, jobs and community behaviour. The research further explores how constructive identities mitigate the influence of disruptive leadership on identity and engagement. In Iraq, 323 front-line hotel staff in Kurdistan evaluate data using the least incomplete regression. Findings show that transformational leadership is correlated with organizational citizenship, whereas dedication partly arbitrates the connection among transformative leadership and jobs results. Eventually, Results revealed that positive behaviors boost temperament and dedication leadership impact. The research offered hotel management information on why and in what way the staff does this under these circumstances. The results show quantitative action impacts on employees ' performance.

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Paper Details
Month2
Year2020
Volume24
IssueIssue 4
Pages1431-1449