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Title: The relationship between inclusive leadership and employee creativity mediated by employee job crafting and moderated by mental toughness
Authors: Boumpouri, Myrto
Keywords: Employee creativity
Inclusive leadership
Job crafting towards strengths and interests
Mental toughness
Organizational psychology
Issue Date: Jul-2023
Abstract: The objective of the current study was to examine the relationship between employee creativity (EC) in the workplace and inclusive leadership (IL), with the mediating role of job crafting towards strengths and interests (JC), with a moderating effect of mental toughness (MT). An online questionnaire was distributed via social media and online applications, and a sample of ninety-six (N= 96) participants was collected. One linear regression was conducted to measure the association of IL and EC. One mediation analysis was conducted for JC and one moderated mediation analysis was conducted to examine the degree to which MT moderated IL and JC towards strengths and interests. Results of the study indicated that JC mediated the relationship of IL and EC, however IL was not significantly associated with EC and MT did not significantly moderate the mediated relationship by JC between IL and EC.
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