Consideration for future consequences as an antecedent of transformational leadership behavior: The moderating effects of perceived dynamic work environment

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Consideration for future consequences as an antecedent of transformational leadership behavior: The moderating effects of perceived dynamic work environment
The Leadership Quarterly

Based on construal level theory and trait activation theory we examined the effect of
consideration of future consequences (CFC) on transformational leadership behavior and
leadership effectiveness as well as the potential moderating effects of perceived dynamic work environment in the relationship. The results showed that: (a) CFC is positively related to both transformational leadership and leadership effectiveness; (b) perceived dynamic work environment moderates the relationship between CFC and transformational leadership— specifically the effect of CFC on transformational leadership is stronger under low perceived dynamic work environment; and (c) the effect of CFC on leader effectiveness is fully mediated by transformational leadership behavior under low versus high perceived dynamic work environment. Limitations and future research directions are also discussed.

Citation: 
The Leadership Quarterly 25 (2014) 329 – 343

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