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Leadership and Transference of Work Role Gains to Family Domain: Moderating Role of Family Structure

OPUS: HR Journal

Volume 9 Issue 2

Published: 2018
Author(s) Name: Sunil Kumar, Gitanjali Upadhaya | Author(s) Affiliation: Senior Research Fellow, Dept. of HRM & Organizational Behavior, Central Univ. of Himachal Pradesh.
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Leadership and work roles are two traversed process in organizational framework. This study aimed to explore the relationship between servant leadership and work role gains transfer of university teachers into their family domain. The information was collected from 223 teachers of 6 Central universities of North-India. The information was analyzed by using partial least square-structure equation modeling (PLS-SEM). The results of the study highlighted that servant leadership is acting as a source to the resources accumulated during work roles. The dimensions of servant leadership are showing significant role in the transference of instrumental and affective skills and abilities gained in work roles to family domain. The respondents’ family structure in the form of marital status, spouse working status and living status with parents showed significant moderation in the relationship between leadership and work role gains transference to family domain. The future researchers can identify the classroom role transference effects of students on family roles in relation to servant teacher leadership.

Keywords: Servant Leadership, Work Roles, Family Domain, Family Structure, Transference, Moderators

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