Ethical Leadership and its Relationship to the Occupational Competency of University Staff

Raheem Abd Jassim Alzamili, Fatima Hawan Mohammed

Abstract


The current research aims to identify: 1. Ethical leadership among university staff. 2. Statistically significant differences in the ethical leadership of university staff by gender variable (males - females). 3. Occupational competence of university staff. 4. Statistically significant differences in the occupational Competency of university staff by gender variable (males - females). In order to achieve the objectives of the research, the researchers followed the steps adopted in scientific research to build a measure of ethical leadership, and a measure of occupational competence. The researchers investigated the psychometric characteristics of the scale from the validity and reliability of the scale. The scale was applied to a sample of (346) male and female employees. First: Building a measure of ethical leadership among university staff based on the theory of purpose and path (Martin Evans and Robert House). Second: Building a measure of occupational competence among university employees based on the theory of occupational competence. The data were processed statistically through the use of the statistical bag for the humanities (SPSS). The research came up with a set of results, conclusions, a number of recommendations and suggestions.

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