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Will Performance be Better When “Wanting to” Innovate?——The Impact of Inclusive Leadership on Employees' Innovation Performance

LI Yun;CHENG Wenqian;YAO Qing;School of Economics and Management,Hubei Univ.of Tech.;  
How to promote employees' innovation?It has always been a hot issue in the academic circle.However,previous studies often only explored the impact of inclusive leadership on employees' innovation performance from a single perspective.Based on social exchange theory and self-determination theory,this study constructed a double intermediary model from a dual perspective to explore the internal transmission mechanism of inclusive leadership to employees' innovation performance.After empirical analysis of 212effective samples,it was found that inclusive leadership has a significant positive impact on employees' innovation performance,and has a positive impact on employees' innovation performance through the mediating roles of trusting in leadership(should innovate) and achievement motivation(want to innovate).In addition,the mediating effect of achievement motivation is significantly stronger than that of trusting in leadership.The conclusion indicates that the intrinsic motivation from employees(want)is more conducive to stimulate their innovation,and can guide the management practice of enterprises to a certain extent.
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