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The effect of procedural justice in the relationship between charismatic leadership and feedback reactions in performance appraisal

Melissa Tuytens (UGent) and Geert Devos (UGent)
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In this study, the relationship between procedural justice, charismatic leadership and feedback reactions (i.e. perceived feedback utility and feedback accuracy) is investigated. We conducted both regression analyses and path analyses (n = 299) to establish whether there is a moderating or mediating effect of charismatic leadership in the relationship between procedural justice and feedback reactions of teachers. Our results indicate there is a mediating effect of charismatic leadership. This demonstrates that besides the appraisal system, charismatic leadership is important for feedback reactions. Hence, supervisors should take into account that they have an important function to fulfill when conducting performance appraisals and not see performance appraisal as just another perfunctory system in human resource management.
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feedback utility, feedback accuracy, charismatic leadership, BEHAVIOR, EXCHANGE, MODERATOR, MANAGEMENT, SATISFACTION, ORGANIZATIONAL JUSTICE, TRANSACTIONAL LEADERSHIP, FAIRNESS PERCEPTIONS, TRUST, SOCIAL-CONTEXT, performance appraisal, procedural justice

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Tuytens, Melissa, and Geert Devos. 2012. “The Effect of Procedural Justice in the Relationship Between Charismatic Leadership and Feedback Reactions in Performance Appraisal.” International Journal of Human Resource Management 23 (15): 3047–3062.
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Tuytens, M., & Devos, G. (2012). The effect of procedural justice in the relationship between charismatic leadership and feedback reactions in performance appraisal. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT, 23(15), 3047–3062.
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Tuytens M, Devos G. The effect of procedural justice in the relationship between charismatic leadership and feedback reactions in performance appraisal. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT. 2012;23(15):3047–62.
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Tuytens, Melissa, and Geert Devos. “The Effect of Procedural Justice in the Relationship Between Charismatic Leadership and Feedback Reactions in Performance Appraisal.” INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT 23.15 (2012): 3047–3062. Print.
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  abstract     = {In this study, the relationship between procedural justice, charismatic leadership and feedback reactions (i.e. perceived feedback utility and feedback accuracy) is investigated. We conducted both regression analyses and path analyses (n = 299) to establish whether there is a moderating or mediating effect of charismatic leadership in the relationship between procedural justice and feedback reactions of teachers. Our results indicate there is a mediating effect of charismatic leadership. This demonstrates that besides the appraisal system, charismatic leadership is important for feedback reactions. Hence, supervisors should take into account that they have an important function to fulfill when conducting performance appraisals and not see performance appraisal as just another perfunctory system in human resource management.},
  author       = {Tuytens, Melissa and Devos, Geert},
  issn         = {0958-5192},
  journal      = {INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT},
  keyword      = {feedback utility,feedback accuracy,charismatic leadership,BEHAVIOR,EXCHANGE,MODERATOR,MANAGEMENT,SATISFACTION,ORGANIZATIONAL JUSTICE,TRANSACTIONAL LEADERSHIP,FAIRNESS PERCEPTIONS,TRUST,SOCIAL-CONTEXT,performance appraisal,procedural justice},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {15},
  pages        = {3047--3062},
  title        = {The effect of procedural justice in the relationship between charismatic leadership and feedback reactions in performance appraisal},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/09585192.2011.639535},
  volume       = {23},
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