Impact of Leadership Integrity on Employee Attitude

Abou Bakar ., Salman Majeed ., Asad Ali .

Abstract


The objective of this study is to analyze the impact of leadership integrity on employees’ attitude. This study attempts to explain that leadership honesty and integrity is the source of enhancing job satisfaction and employees’ commitment. Professionals working in different companies of financial institutes: banks, insurance companies, leasing companies, modaraba and investment centers were selected for data collection. We have selected this sample from the financial sector on the basis of purposive sampling technique. Primary data from 125 professionals were collected using questionnaire. Reliability test, descriptive statistics, regression analysis and ANOVA were used to analyze the data. Results of the study have confirmed the proposed model. Findings of the study provide the basis for moral development of leaders to increase the organizational effectiveness.


Keywords


Attitude, Employee Commitment, Employee Satisfaction, Integrity

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