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The Effect of Managers’ Emotional Intelligence Level and Management Styles on their Organizational Alienation

Murat Ozturan and Beliz Ulgen

International Journal of Academic Research in Business and Social Sciences, 2017, vol. 7, issue 12, 761-782

Abstract: The research has been done in IT sector and 368 managers have attended to the study. The model of the research is investigating whether emotional intelligence and management styles have an effect on organizational alienation. According to the theoretical frame, the best method for the analysis is Hierarchical Regression Analysis. According to the findings, Laissez Faire management style has a significant effect on self-isolation dimension of organizational alienation. On the contrary, none of the independent variables can explain the change on powerlessness dimension of organizational alienation (p>.05). Laissez Faire management style, interpersonal relationship and independence dimensions of emotional intelligence have a statistically significant (p

Keywords: Emotional Intelligence; Management Styles; Organizational Alienation (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2017
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