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Purpose Interest in servant leadership has grown exponentially over the past decade as evident in the surge of academic- and practitioner-oriented publications on the subject. While prior research has shown that servant leadership leads to citizenship behavior, no study has explored the ethical pathway as the underlying influence process despite th...
This paper reports the validation of a 6-item short form of the original 35-item Servant Leadership Behavior Scale, a widely used measure of servant leadership behavior. The holistic perspective of servant leadership and the inclusion of spirituality are two distinctive features of the SLBS relative to other servant leadership measures. Psychometri...
From high profile scandals involving corporate, political, and religious leaders to systemic abuses of power and unethical practices that often form the backdrop of contemporary organizations; the lack of an efficacious profession of moral leadership is identified as one of the most fundamental problems in leadership among both academics and practi...
Notwithstanding the proliferation of servant leadership studies with over 100 articles published in the last four years alone, a lack of coherence and clarity around the construct has impeded its theory development. We provide an integrative and comprehensive review of the 285 articles on servant leadership spanning 20 years (1998–2018), and in so...
Purpose While research and adoption of servant leadership are on the increase, little is known about the mechanisms through which it affects organizational performance. Drawing on the contingency theory, this paper examines the extent to which organizational strategy and structure affect the relationship between servant leadership and organization...
To understand the role that organisational contexts may have in driving the adoption of servant leadership behaviours
Despite the increasing popularity and numbers of international students being accepted through alternative pathways, there is still a lack of understanding on the academic and social needs of the international students’ community, as well as how educators can better cater and facilitate for their learning. Drawing from the sojourner adjustment, self-efficacy, and positive organisational behaviour literatures; the current study aims to identify and create a framework of the antecedents for social inclusion among international students by gaining insights from both international students who have enrolled into tertiary education via an alternative pathway as well as academics who instruct them.