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Authentic leadership and intrapreneurial behavior: cross-level analysis of the mediator effect of organizational identification and empowerment

  • Sergio Edú ValsaniaEmail author
  • Juan A. Moriano
  • Fernando Molero
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Abstract

Intrapreneurial activity is positively associated with the organizational growth, and the factors that stimulate such behaviors need to be identified. The general goal of this work is to explore the relationship of authentic leadership with employees’ intrapreneurial behavior and the intervening processes. A correlational study was carried out with 212 employees of Spanish companies, in which two cross-level mediation hypotheses were tested. The results obtained indicate that employees’ organizational identification and organizational empowerment both mediate the relationship between authentic leadership and employees’ intrapreneurial behaviors. In this work, we note the importance of including authentic leadership as an antecedent of intrapreneurship.

Keywords

Authentic leadership Intrapreneurial behavior Organizational empowerment Organizational identification 

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  • Sergio Edú Valsania
    • 1
    Email author
  • Juan A. Moriano
    • 1
  • Fernando Molero
    • 1
  1. 1.Departamento Psicología Social y de las Organizaciones, Facultad de PsicologíaUniversidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia (U.N.E.D.)MadridSpain

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