Authors: Taylan Budur1 & Ahmet Demir2
1Department of business and management, Faculty of Administrative Sciences And Economics, Tishk International University, Sulaimani, Iraq
2Department of business and management, Faculty of Administrative Sciences And Economics, Tishk International University, Sulaimani, Iraq
Abstract: The aim of this study is to elaborate how differently the employees evaluate their leaders’ virtues based on employees’ gender, experience, and education in different organizations in Sulaymaniyah city of Kurdistan region of Iraq. Data were collected through survey questionnaire from 408 employees and managers of the companies who operate in Kurdistan Region of Iraq. Further, the data were evaluated utilizing IBM SPSS 24 independent samples t test and ANOVA analysis. The results showed that there is no GENDER difference in evaluation of leader’s morale, knowledge, and attitude while experience and education does partially.
Keywords: Leadership Virtues, Gender Effect, Ethical Leadership, Morale of a Leader, Knowledge of a Leader, Attitude of a Leader
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