Work-to-family effects of inclusive leadership: The roles of work-to-family positive spillover and complementary values

Hong Zhu, Amy Y. Y. Chen

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Abstract

Drawing on work–family enrichment theory, we explore whether inclusive leadership leads to employees’ work-to-family positive spillover, which further improves their family performance. We also focus on the moderating role of complementary values. A time-lagged study was conducted and the sample included 292 employees from two hotels. The results indicate that inclusive leadership triggers employees’ work-to-family positive spillover, and then their family performance is enhanced. Moreover, employees’ complementary values may strengthen the positive effect of inclusive leadership. We also provide theoretical and practical implications of the results.
Original languageEnglish
Article number1004297
Number of pages11
JournalFrontiers in Psychology
Volume13
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 8 Nov 2022

User-Defined Keywords

  • inclusive leadership
  • work-to-family positive spillover
  • complementary values
  • family performance
  • work–family enrichment theory

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