volume 120, issue 5, P870-894 2017
DOI: 10.1177/0033294117711131
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Abstract: This study explores the role of leader-follower complementary fit in predicting followers' helping and voice behaviors. We collected survey-based data from 645 employees in 119 South Korean teams and performed cross-level polynomial regression analyses and response surface tests. The cross-level polynomial regression analyses and post hoc analyses generally endorsed complementary fit effects, such that the levels of helping and voice behaviors were higher when promotion-focused followers interacted with less t…

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