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Research Paper | Education Management | India | Volume 11 Issue 1, January 2022
Perception of Ethical Leadership and Its Impact on Commitments of Teachers in the Secondary Schools of Bhutan
Abstract: The primary aim of this study was to find out how teachers perceive ethical leadership by defining their awareness and willingness to commit in relation to ethical leadership practices displayed by school leaders. In addition, this study assesses the strength of ELQ survey instrument for the educational sector of Bhutan. The investigation has composed the data from a random sampling from schools in the two districts of Bhutan (Sarpang and Tsirang). The experiential study was constructed on primary data gathered from 200 teachers and the outcomes of this study disclose that teachers wanted their leaders to be judiciously ethical and that a significant positive association existed among the two (teachers and managers). Similarly, age and gender of staff did not affect ethical leadership behaviors; however, seniority of the employee had an impact on ethical leadership behavior perceptions. Furthermore, ethical leadership was also found to bring positive influence on the two out of four dimensions of the teacher’s commitment, i.e., which are commitment to teaching and commitment to the job. This study also enhances an additional impact to theory by examining the association between ethical leadership performance and organizational commitment by theorizing it as teacher commitment. The hands-on suggestion of this study is that operational ethical leadership behavior that motivates employee commitment requirements should be adopted in organizations to ensure efficient enactment.
Keywords: ethical leadership, teacher's commitment, survey instruments, Bhutan
Edition: Volume 11 Issue 1, January 2022,
Pages: 1433 - 1441