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Impact of Leadership on Employee Engagement and Intent to Stay

International Journal on Leadership

Volume 7 Issue 2

Published: 2019
Author(s) Name: Amitabh Patnaik, Rachana Dubey | Author(s) Affiliation: Associate Professor, Dr D Y Patil Institute of Management Studies, Pune, Maharashtra, India.
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Abstract

Research has shown that there is a current issue in leader member exchange (LMX) literature that needs to be addressed through empirical research. LMX theory has been shown to be related to outcomes such as employee performance, employee turnover, job satisfaction, organizational commitment, job climate, innovation, organizational citizenship behaviour, empowerment, and procedural and distributive justice (Graen & Uhlbien, 1995). But, there has been very limited research relating LMX to employee engagement and intent to stay with an organization. This quantitative study contributes to the literature on LMX theory as it provides empirical evidence that LMX is positively related to employee engagement and employee intent to stay with an organization.

Keywords: Leader Member Exchange (LMX), Employee Engagement, Intent to Stay with an Organization

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