Workplace well-being has emerged as an important aspect in the field of health care. Therefore, this paper aims to investigate the role of managerial coaching on nurses’ well-being through psychological ownership and organizational identity.
The authors approached 284 nurses working in both public and private hospitals (between December 2019 and February 2020) on convenience basis, and data were collected through an online questionnaire-based survey.
The data were analyzed using AMOS version 24 and structural equation modeling confirmed psychological ownership and organizational identity as explanatory variables between managerial coaching and well-being.
The study used self-reported data using convenience sampling which may raise a question on causality. The findings suggest the management to consider the importance of managerial coaching in shaping positive workplace behaviors of employees.
Drawings on social exchange theory, this study extends past studies to examine the mediating roles of psychological ownership and organizational identification between managerial coaching and workplace well-being among nurses. The study has theoretical and practical implications.
The authors are thankful to all the participants, reviewers and Editor-in-Chief for their valuable suggestions to improve this manuscript.
Ali, M., Islam, T., Ali, F.H., Raza, B. and Kabir, G. (2021), "Enhancing nurses well-being through managerial coaching: a mediating model", International Journal of Human Rights in Healthcare, Vol. 14 No. 2, pp. 143-157. https://doi.org/10.1108/IJHRH-10-2020-0088
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