Leader-member exchange and contextual performance: the mediating influence of organization-based self-esteem

Samuel Aryee, Pawan Budhwar, Hwee H. Tan

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This study examined the mediating influence of organization-based self-esteem (OBSE) on the relationship between leader-member exchange (LMX) and contextual performance. Respondents were Indian employees and their immediate supervisors. Results of structural equation modeling (SEM) that compared the fit of a fully mediated model to a partially mediated model revealed support for the hypothesized fully mediated model. Specifically, the SEM results showed the relationship between LMX and the contextual performance facets of interpersonal facilitation and job dedication to be indirect, through OBSE. Support for the hypothesized mediating influence of OBSE highlights the multiple motivational underpinnings of contextual performance
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationHandbook of organizational citizenship behavior
Subtitle of host publicationa review of ‘good solder’ activity in organizations
EditorsDavid L. Turnipseed
Place of PublicationNew York, USA
PublisherNova science
Pages65-75
Number of pages11
Publication statusPublished - 2005

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Contextual performance
Organization-based self-esteem
Leader-member exchange
Structural equation modeling
Employees
Supervisors
Facilitation

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Aryee, S., Budhwar, P., & Tan, H. H. (2005). Leader-member exchange and contextual performance: the mediating influence of organization-based self-esteem. In D. L. Turnipseed (Ed.), Handbook of organizational citizenship behavior: a review of ‘good solder’ activity in organizations (pp. 65-75). New York, USA: Nova science.
Aryee, Samuel ; Budhwar, Pawan ; Tan, Hwee H. / Leader-member exchange and contextual performance : the mediating influence of organization-based self-esteem. Handbook of organizational citizenship behavior: a review of ‘good solder’ activity in organizations. editor / David L. Turnipseed. New York, USA : Nova science, 2005. pp. 65-75
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Handbook of organizational citizenship behavior: a review of ‘good solder’ activity in organizations. ed. / David L. Turnipseed. New York, USA : Nova science, 2005. p. 65-75.

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Aryee S, Budhwar P, Tan HH. Leader-member exchange and contextual performance: the mediating influence of organization-based self-esteem. In Turnipseed DL, editor, Handbook of organizational citizenship behavior: a review of ‘good solder’ activity in organizations. New York, USA: Nova science. 2005. p. 65-75