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The Effects of a Leader`s Behavioral Integrity on Subordinates` Intention to Leave: Cognitive and Affective Trust as Mediating Variables
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The Effects of a Leader`s Behavioral Integrity on Subordinates` Intention to Leave: Cognitive and Affective Trust as Mediating Variables
Moon, Jee-Young; Lee, Jung-Hun;
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 Abstract
The goal of this study is to examine the effects of a leader`s behavioral integrity on subordinates` intention to leave with the mediating roles of their cognitive and affective trust in their leader. After collecting data from 357 employees in a variety of organizations, we tested hypotheses with structural equation modeling(SEM). This study shows that there are statistically significant relationships among a leader`s behavioral integrity, subordinates` cognitive/affective trust and intention to leave. A leader`s behavioral integrity with the fully mediating roles of subordinates` cognitive and affective trust affects on their intention to leave negatively. Limitations in this study and suggestions for the future study are discussed.
 Keywords
Behavioral Integrity;Cognitive and Affective Trust;Intention to Leave;
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Korean
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