Drawing upon value-based leadership theory, this research proposes a model to elaborate how value-based leadership can be learned by leaders to influence team performance. In the model, team performance is indirectly influenced by benevolent leadership and moral leadership via two mediators that consist of learning goal orientation and interactional justice. At the same time, emotional regulation hypothetically moderates the effects of benevolent leadership and moral leadership on the mediators. Statistical analyses are demonstrated using the team-level data of work teams from large insurance companies in Taiwan. Finally, this study presents training and educational implications based on analytical results.