Lasting Impression: Transformational Leadership and Family Supportive Supervision as Resources for Well-Being and Performanc.
Kosseck et al. (2018) show, that supervisors’ use of a transformational leadership style creates a work context in which employees perceive greater family-supportiveness through support, creating a healthy work environment. This is helping to reduce stress and work-family conflict.
If you lead, encourage employees to limit their availability and establish boundaries that protect their time at home. That is clearly linked to employees’ well-being, organizational effectiveness and individual performance as well as (lower) work withdrawal and (lower) turnover intentions:
Showing family supportive supervision – a win-win situation.
- If you lead people, you could encourage employees to limit their availability and establish boundaries that protect their time at home.
- You should role model the same boundary management behaviors not only for the benefit of subordinates’ health and well-being but also for your own.
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