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dc.contributor.authorFirdaus Hilmi Bin Nadzri, UBis-
dc.description.abstractThis study examines the determinants of employee organizational citizenship behavior (OCBs) among middle Malaysia level administrator employees of public universities sector organization in Malaysia. This study explored the role of trust (T) as a mediator on the relationship between servant leader variables including emotional healing, creating value for the community, conceptual skills, empowering, behaving ethically and helping subordinates grow and succeed, and employee OCBs. Moreover, emotional healing, empowering, behaving ethically, helping subordinates grow and succeed and putting subordinates first were significantly and positively related to trust, while creating value for community and conceptual skill was not significant and negatively related to trust.. Contribution, limitation and implication are discussed.en_US
dc.subjectServant leadershipen_US
dc.subjectOrganizational citizenship behavioren_US
dc.titleThe antecedents of organizational citizenship behavior in public universitiesen_US
dc.theses.semesterDecember 2016en_US
dc.theses.courseDoctor of Philosophy (Management)en_US
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