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Impact of Teachers Ethical Leadership Behaviour: A Students Perspective

International Journal on Leadership

Volume 6 Issue 1

Published: 2018
Author(s) Name: Avnish Sharma, Utkal Khandelwal, Rakesh Agrawal | Author(s) Affiliation: PhD Scholar, Institute of Business Management, GLA University, Mathura, Uttar Pradesh, India.
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Good leaders are known for their guidance, inspiration, motivation and for providing direction to the followers towards the right directions of life whether in social or in work life. They act as facilitators and mentors for guiding followers’ behaviour and actions. The ethical component of leadership behaviour makes their job more answerable towards actions and decisions they take. The Ethical leadership behaviour focuses on constructive use of social power in making decisions, taking good actions and positively influencing followers. This paper is an attempt to understand the concept of ethical leadership, its key elements and student’s perception on ethical leadership behaviour towards their teachers in their academic organizations and also the way it influences their attitude towards actions and decisions they take. This is an empirical research study based on student’s perceptions studying in institutes of western Uttar Pradesh including Mathura, Agra and Aligarh region. Weighted average agreement score was used for analysis of the data. The findings suggest students have a mixed feeling regarding exhibiting the art of ethical leadership by their teachers and hence this paper underlines the need for improving the ethical leadership skills in contemporary scenario.

Keywords: Ethics, Ethical Leadership, Perception, Teachers’ Behaviour and Actions

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