The survey on the relationship between organizational silence and organizational commitment with ethical leadership mediator role in Naja

Abstract

Background and Purpose: organizational silence means avoiding from any type of actual statement about individual behavior in organization and that is a harmful phenomenon which could be wasted all organizational efforts. The current research aims at survey on the relationship between organizational silence and organizational commitment through ethical leadership.
Methodology: For measuring variables, the authors were used a questionnaire with 60 questions which consists of organizational silence (11 questions), corporate voice (12 questions), organizational commitment (24 questions) and ethical leadership (13 questions).These questionnaires randomly distributed among staff and provincial level managers and employees of Naja budget, program and plan deputy via office automation system and 203 questionnaires have completed and returned. For data analysis the author have used confirmed factor analysis through Lizrel software.
Findings and Conclusion: The results of this research indicated that organizational silence has a diverse relationship with ethical leadership and there is a significant relationship between ethical leadership and Naja employee’s organizational commitment. Also the mediator role of ethical leadership between organizational silence and organizational commitment was confirmed. This means that emphasizing on ethical leadership and observing it, in Naja budget, program and plan deputy could have a positive functions in such a way that significantly influence on the relationship between organizational silence and organizational commitment. And also the significant relationship between ethical leadership and corporate voices and mediator role of ethical leadership between employee’s voices and organizational commitment were not confirmed.

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