Published : 2017-09-14

Leaders’ language use and perceived trust in leader: a quantitative study in an international Central European non-profit organization

Ozkan Karaaslan



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The empirical study of trust in leader has manifested its intuitively appealing role as a fundamental characteristic of effective leaders. Thus, the phenomenon and its antecedents have been a salient topic in recent management studies. The aim of this paper is to examine the relation between trust and its one of the most cited antecedent- communication satisfaction (CS). Delimited by the Motivating Language Theory, the paper reveals the mechanism between the phenomena via conventional and SEM analyses in an Int’l sample. Empirical results confirms the significantly positive relation between leaders’ language use and trust in leader as mediated by CS.

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communication satisfaction, international Central European, motivating language theory, non-profit organization, structural equation modeling, trust in leader



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Karaaslan, O. . (2017). Leaders’ language use and perceived trust in leader: a quantitative study in an international Central European non-profit organization. Forum Scientiae Oeconomia, 5(3), 101–119. https://doi.org/10.23762/FSO_vol5no3_17_7

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