Relationship between moral intelligence and organizational health from the perspective of managers of Islamic Azad Universities in Tehran

Aryadokht Ghayumi, Mohammad Naqi Imani

Abstract


The aim of the present research was to study the relationship between moral intelligence and organizational health from the perspective of the managers of Islamic Azad universities in Tehran in 2014-2015. The method used in this study was practical in terms of objectives and descriptive-correlational in terms of data collection method. In this research, the statistical population consisted of 600 individuals from managers of Islamic Azad University in Tehran among whom 234 individuals were chosen as a sample size using the stratified random sampling method and Morgan table. In order to collect the data, the two standard questionnaires of moral intelligence of Lennick and Kiel (2005) and organizational health of Hoy and Feldman (1996) were used. In order to assess the reliability of the questionnaires, the Cronbach’s alpha was used and the value were 0.88 and 0.83 for the questionnaires, respectively. To assess the validity, the content validity was used and the questionnaires were confirmed by the relevant experts. The analysis of the data obtained from the questionnaires were performed through SPSS software in the two sections of inferential and descriptive (Kolmogorov-Smirnov test, Pearson correlation, multiple regression analysis). The findings of the research indicated that there is a positive, significant, and direct relationship between moral intelligence and its dimensions (rectitude, accountability, compassion, and forgiveness) and organizational health from the perspective of the managers of Islamic Azad universities in Tehran.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5296/ijld.v5i4.8669

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