How Chinese Expatriates Transformational Leadership affect the Employees Performance: mediating and moderating roles
Lual Daniel Kur & Niu xiongying
The study investigated how Chinese expatriates Transformational Leadership to local people affect staff performance, evaluation roles, and rating, and the relationship between change leadership and job performance and organizational behavior. The researcher assessed the participatory role of the work through the organization’s work ethic and cultural intelligence. It is also a necessary role for African labor values through labor performance with the OCB. The investigator sampled 300 staff members and 20 guards. 2 questionnaires used for data collection. The information was coded, filtered, and uploaded to SPSS. Correlation analysis, regression analysis, Andrew F. Hayes 3.4 procedure, and Sobel test are used to answer the hypothesis. The results of this study suggested that there is a linear relationship that exists between transformation leadership and performance. Also, change leadership had an indirect relationship with organizational cultural practices.
Keywords: Transformational Leadership, Employee performance, Local People, task performance, South Sudan.
|Title:||How Chinese Expatriates Transformational Leadership affect the Employees Performance: mediating and moderating roles|
|Author:||Lual Daniel Kur & Niu xiongying|
|Journal Name:||International Journal of Science and Business|
|ISSN:||ISSN 2520-4750 (Online), ISSN 2521-3040 (Print)|
|Date of Publication:||29/07/2020|
|Paper Type:||Research Paper|
Cite This Article:
Lual Daniel Kur & Niu xiongying (2020). How Chinese Expatriates Transformational Leadership affect the Employees Performance: mediating and moderating roles. International Journal of Science and Business, 4(8), 92-112. doi: https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.3965559
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About Author (s)
Lual Daniel Kur (corresponding author), Business School, University of International Business and Economics (UIBE), Beijing, China.
Professor Niu xiongying , Business School, University of International Business and Economics (UIBE), Beijing, China.