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The Role Of Individual Expectations Of Ethical Leadership In Organizational Identification

Kállai, Benjamin LU and Zahoor, Imran LU (2017) MGTN59 20171
Department of Business Administration
Abstract
This paper aims to study the relationship between ethical leadership and organizational identification while focusing on employee perception. The study focuses on adding to the existing literature on the constructs by probing into the employee thinking about ethical leadership as he or she perceives as well as expects it and how does that affect their identification with their organization. A quantitative study was performed with 35 currently employed participants from varying positions, industries and countries. Through regression analysis and correlation analysis, findings of the study strengthen previous results regarding the relationship between ethical leadership and organizational identification, whilst obtaining results indicative... (More)
This paper aims to study the relationship between ethical leadership and organizational identification while focusing on employee perception. The study focuses on adding to the existing literature on the constructs by probing into the employee thinking about ethical leadership as he or she perceives as well as expects it and how does that affect their identification with their organization. A quantitative study was performed with 35 currently employed participants from varying positions, industries and countries. Through regression analysis and correlation analysis, findings of the study strengthen previous results regarding the relationship between ethical leadership and organizational identification, whilst obtaining results indicative of the role played by the difference between perceived ethical leadership and individually expected level of ethical leadership in organizational identification. The study elaborates on theoretical implication of such results and their practical application areas in the ambit of human resources management and team development. (Less)
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author
Kállai, Benjamin LU and Zahoor, Imran LU
supervisor
organization
course
MGTN59 20171
year
type
H1 - Master's Degree (One Year)
subject
keywords
Organizational Identification, Ethical Leadership, Perceived Ethical Leadership, Expected Ethical Leadership, Job Performance, Job Motivation
language
English
id
8914724
date added to LUP
2017-06-15 12:10:16
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2017-06-15 12:10:16
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  abstract     = {This paper aims to study the relationship between ethical leadership and organizational identification while focusing on employee perception. The study focuses on adding to the existing literature on the constructs by probing into the employee thinking about ethical leadership as he or she perceives as well as expects it and how does that affect their identification with their organization. A quantitative study was performed with 35 currently employed participants from varying positions, industries and countries. Through regression analysis and correlation analysis, findings of the study strengthen previous results regarding the relationship between ethical leadership and organizational identification, whilst obtaining results indicative of the role played by the difference between perceived ethical leadership and individually expected level of ethical leadership in organizational identification. The study elaborates on theoretical implication of such results and their practical application areas in the ambit of human resources management and team development.},
  author       = {Kállai, Benjamin and Zahoor, Imran},
  keyword      = {Organizational Identification,Ethical Leadership,Perceived Ethical Leadership,Expected Ethical Leadership,Job Performance,Job Motivation},
  language     = {eng},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {The Role Of Individual Expectations Of Ethical Leadership In Organizational Identification},
  year         = {2017},
}