Impact of Work Stress, Ego Depletion and Work Absorption on Leader’s Humbleness
Keywords:Work Stress, Ego Depletion, Work Absorption, Humility
Leaders humbleness plays an indispensable role in influencing and motivating the followers. It is also significant to study the precursors which augment or mitigate that humility. This study was conducted to empirically test the impact of work stress, ego depletion, and work absorption on the leader’s humility. With the quantitative approach, numeric data was collected from 327 employees of private companies who are at leading positions. Instruments were adopted from previous studies. The result revealed that if leaders face work stress and ego depletion, their humbleness starts vanishing, whereas when they are more absorbed in their work, they become humbler. This study is Beneficial for companies who want their leaders to become humble with their followers and peers.
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Copyright (c) 2020 Dr. Saima Tabassum , Asif Hussain Samo, Saima Wakeel
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