This research generally aims to advance the servant leadership literature as it is still in its maturity stage. This research investigates a model of the effect of servant leadership on creativity in the hospitality industry in a nonwestern context. The researchers predict that servant leadership would significantly impact employees’ creativity via the role of climate. Our data come from employees working in the hospitality sector in Palestine. Data were analyzed using structural equation modeling analyses. The results of the paper reveal the significance of the relationship between servant leadership and employees' creativity via the role of climate. Discussion, Limitations, and Implications are discussed.

Leadership adjusts the sails: stimulating employees' creative behaviors through servant leadership

Mohammed Aboramadan
Primo
Methodology
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Caterina Farao
Penultimo
Writing – Review & Editing
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2020

Abstract

This research generally aims to advance the servant leadership literature as it is still in its maturity stage. This research investigates a model of the effect of servant leadership on creativity in the hospitality industry in a nonwestern context. The researchers predict that servant leadership would significantly impact employees’ creativity via the role of climate. Our data come from employees working in the hospitality sector in Palestine. Data were analyzed using structural equation modeling analyses. The results of the paper reveal the significance of the relationship between servant leadership and employees' creativity via the role of climate. Discussion, Limitations, and Implications are discussed.
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