2020
DOI: 10.1037/cpb0000164 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: There is increasing evidence that toxic interpersonal leadership practices and behavior cause serious problems for employees, organizations, and society (Kraskikova, Green, & LeBreton, 2013;Schyns & Schilling, 2013). The empathy-altruism hypothesis (e.g., Batson & Oleson, 1991) suggests that an empathic response is a necessary component in human prosocial behaviors with important implications for both leaders and organizations today. Many studies support a link between empathy (empathetic distress, empathic co… Show more

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