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ROLE OF AFFECT AND INTERACTIONAL JUSTICE IN MORAL LEADERSHIP

Charmine EJ Haertel, Deshani B Ganegoda, WJ Zerbe (ed.), CEJ Hartel (ed.), NM Ashkanasy (ed.)

Research on Emotion in Organizations | EMERALD GROUP PUBLISHING LTD | Published : 2008

Abstract

In an age where morality requires economic justification, it is a compelling task to explicate the deeper affecting implications of moral judgment than its mere financial costs. In this chapter, we explore the emotional, behavioral, and cognitive ramifications of moral leadership at both the individual and macro organizational levels; specifically, by summoning literature on leadership, affect, and organizational justice to build a conceptual model of affect and interactional justice in moral leadership. The aim of the model is to extend current theoretical frameworks and highlight the important ramifications that moral decision-making has on employee and organizational welfare including tha..

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