Diagnosing the Ethical Leadership Dimensions of Academic Leaders: An Analytical Study in a Selected Sample of Private Colleges
Volume 39, Issue 125, Pages 108-131
AbstractThe research aimed to diagnose the dimensions of ethical leadership among academic leaders in a number of Private Colleges and universities in Iraq. The research was based on a problem that claimed "does the level of availability of the dimensions of ethical leadership among officials in the local private colleges differ?". In order to find a solution to the questions raised in the research problem, several hypotheses were formulated including "There is no significant difference in the responses of the researched leaders regarding the dimensions expressed in moral leadership." This happened in a number of private Colleges in Iraq that represented the research community, as the Colleges (Al-Hadba, Nowruz, Al-Nur, Al-Kitab and Al-Qalam) were chosen to apply the study, and using the descriptive analytical approach, the theoretical and applied research data were dealt with, and through the use of the questionnaire was obtained on (300) answers out of (350) distributed among the respondents who were represented by the staff and the teaching staff working in the researched colleges. Their views were polled about the extent to which their leaders enjoy the qualifications of moral leadership. In the light of the statistical treatments of the research data, a set of conclusions were reached, including the difference in the dimensions of ethical leadership in terms of their availability to the academic leaders in the research field. Integrity was the most available dimension among the researched leaders, while clarification of roles was the least available.
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