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Ethical leadership and environment specific discretionary behaviour: The mediating role of green human resource management and moderating role of individual green values

Abstract : This study examines the mediating role of green human resource management between ethical leadership and employees' citizenship behavior towards the environment with the moderating effect of individual green values. We collected data from 589 MBA executive students with one-year of experience working in various organizations at two different times using a questionnaire-based survey method. Applying structural equation modeling to the results confirmed a direct effect of ethical leadership on employees' citizenship behavior towards the environment and an indirect effect through green human resource management. Further, individual green value strengthened the association between green human resource management and employees' environmentally conscious citizenship behavior. Our study contributes to social learning and supply value-fit theory and has implications for management.
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Talat Islam, Dildar Hussain, Ishfaq Ahmed, Misbah Sadiq. Ethical leadership and environment specific discretionary behaviour: The mediating role of green human resource management and moderating role of individual green values. Canadian Journal of Administrative Sciences - Revue Canadienne des Sciences de l'Administration, Wiley, 2021, 38 (4), pp.442-459. ⟨10.1002/cjas.1637⟩. ⟨hal-03512960⟩

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