This study investigated the relationship between perceived creative leadership and flourishing employees in an agricultural business. Using the Creative Leadership Scale and Flourishing at Work Scale (FAWS), the data was collected; full-time employees of an agricultural business, rating the creative leadership style of their managers in addition to their flourishing at work levels. The survey was conducted on a convenience sample (n=253) representing a response rate of 60 % from a sample of 421 employees. This study found a statistically significant correlation between the managers’ creative leadership style and employees’ flourishing level at work in the organisation.
Charlene Roos - Degree Master in Business Administration at the Potchefstroom Campus of the North-West University.
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LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing
Creative Leadership, reactive leadership, flourishing at work, Burnout, perceivedsupervisor support
LAW / General