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IMPACT OF PARTICIPATIVE LEADERSHIP AND EMPLOYEE VOICE THROUGH CONSCIENTIOUSNESS ON ORGANIZATIONAL EFFECTIVENESS: 3-TIME LAGGED STUDY ON BANKING SECTOR OF PAKISTAN

Abstract

Drawing on trait activation theory, we hypothesize that participative leadership directly and positively affect organizational effectiveness. This model has been tested through 3-time lagged study design. On time 1 independent variable and moderator have been tested. At time 2 intermediary variable and on the 3rd time dependent variable is tested. Results of the study have confirmed that the participative leadership has a positive influence on organizational effectiveness used as an outcome variable and it has indirect influence through employee voice. The mediation analysis is also significant with employee voice as an intermediary variable. Result shows the indirect path is stronger in the presence of people having high conscientious trait and insignificant for individuals having low trait. In the end limitations, future directions for research besides theoretical and practical implications of the current study are discussed

ALAMGIR KHAN WAZIR and HAFIZ GHUFRAN ALI KHAN

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