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Work Family Conflict, Creative Performance, and Paternalistic Leadership: Analyzing the Paradigms
This study was designed to evaluate the impact of work-family conflict on creative performance, whereas, the paternalistic leadership was tested as the mediating variable in the case of National Highway & Motorway Police. This is a cross-sectional research study having a population parameter of Pakistan. The sample size was 200, as the population size of 2800 employees at NHMP. The results reveled that work-family conflict has a negative impact on creative performance (Beta = -0.024, T-test = -.373, and Alpha = 0.710) and a mild positive impact on the paternalistic leadership (Beta = 0.145, T-test = 2.030, and Alpha = 0.044). Whereas, paternalistic leadership have been identified to have a strong positive impact on the creative performance at NHMP (Beta = 0.513, T-test = 8.124, and alpha = 0.000). The mediation was also been identified to be existed in the model. As indirect impact of coefficient increased dramatically from Beta = 12.37% to 53.64%.
M. Phil Scholar, Department of Leadership and Management Studies, Faculty of Contemporary Studies, National Defence University, Islamabad, Pakistan
Dr. Muhammad Zia-ur Rehman
Associate Professor, Department of Leadership and Management Studies, National Defence University, Islamabad, Pakistan
Research Scholar, Department of Leadership and Management Studies, Faculty of Contemporary Studies, National Defence University, Islamabad, Pakistan
Creative Performance, Gender Inequalities, Paternalistic Leadership, Work Family Conflicts