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An empirical study on the nexus between the emotional intelligence of top managers and their assessment of intellectual capital
This study considers intellectual capital based on the assumption that this capital, which possesses social aspects, is related to the emotional capacities (i.e., emotional intelligence) of an organization’s members. A ...
Benchmarking job satisfaction levels of teachers in private and public sectors
(HR Mars, 2013)
Teacher guides and directs members of the society to make them beneficial for the sake of the society. This adds vital important responsibilities on to the shoulders two of the teacher. With this aspect in mind, the current ...
The linkage between Turkish managers’ leadership orientations and their innovativeness feature: an empirical study
(Canadian Center of Science and Education, 2013)
The dual issues of leadership features and innovativeness constitute an important component of the related literature along with the studies focusing on the connections between these two. The current study considers this ...
Job satisfaction of the academic staff of the vocational schools of the foundation and public universities
Purpose – This study aims to highlight the differences between the public and foundation universities determining the level of job satisfaction of academic personnel working at vocational schools within the body of public ...