The Impact of Inclusive Leadership on Employee Well-being: The Mediating Role of Organizational Trust

Chen Yuming, Lin Zhuoxin


In recent years, people pay more and more attention to employees' work experience and mental health, especially employee well-being. Leadership style is one of the factors that affect employee well-being. Recently, there have been more and more researches on inclusive leadership in China. However, the research on the relationship between inclusive leadership and employee well-being in China is still in its infancy, and the mechanism between the two still needs to be further studied.This paper investigates the mediating effect of organizational trust on the relationship between inclusive leadership and employee well-being by using a questionnaire survey of Chinese workers. Based on a survey of 153 participants, the results show that organizational trust can mediate the positive impact of inclusive leadership on employee well-being. At the same time, after the addition of organizational trust as an intermediate variable, the study found that the establishment of organizational trust has a driving effect on improving employee well-being.

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