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Impact Of Servant Leadership And Ethical Climate At Higher Educational Institutions And Industries

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Pradeep Kumar, Raghavendra Kamath C*, Dr Babu Thomas



Servant Leadership, Ethical climate, Higher education institution, Industries, Demographic and Cronbach’s Alpha Reliability, Mean, Standard deviation



The Servant Leadership, ethical climate is highly effective in an organizational sense. A questionnaire to measure servant leadership, ethical climate based on survey is very much need of the hour. In this regard, surveys were conducted in Institutions and industries, questionnaire of 23 items, 5 dimension and 36 items, 9 dimensions. In the final study based 302 and 217 survey samples. Reliability of questionnaire has been established by computing Cronbach’s alpha at higher educational institutions and Industries. A comprehensive questionnaire has been studied Impact of the servant leadership and ethical climate in higher educational institutes and industries in south western parts of India taking in to account the responses from latest survey.



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