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Journal of Management Research and Analysis


Monitoring the Intermediary Role of Interpersonal Dimensions in Assessing the Impact of Spirituality on Leadership Styles


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Author Details: Himanshu Kataria, Satyawan Baroda

Volume : 2

Issue : 3

Online ISSN : 2394-2770

Print ISSN : 2394-2762

Article First Page : 177

Article End Page : 184


Abstract

The authors in the present study attempted to contribute to the existing research on spirituality and leadership by considering professional course students (MBA & Engineering) in terms of their spirituality, leadership styles and interpersonal behavior dimensions. This study by considering these concepts and empirically test the model assesses the relationship between spirituality, leadership and interpersonal dimensions. To test whether there is a relationship among the three or not researchers used structural equational modeling and hierarchical regression analysis. Researchers in the present study found that spirituality has not any effect on interpersonal dimensions (expressed & wanted), while spirituality affected the leadership styles. Furthermore, researchers used hierarchical regression analysis to find the intermediating role of the impact of spirituality on leadership styles and found significant effect of interpersonal dimensions (expressed & wanted.)

 
Key words: Spirituality, Leadership styles, Interpersonal behavior dimensions