The effect of ethical leadership on psychological empowerment: The moderating role of organizational justice

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Fardin Aslinnasab and Mansour Daneshamooz

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The aim of this study was to evaluate the effect of Ethical leadership on psychological empowerment of staff through the influence of organizational justice dimensions between National Bank Kohgiluyeh and Boyer. In this study, ethical leadership as the independent variable and psychological empowerment as the dependent variable and the dimensions of organizational justice is as the mediator variable. Reliability of the questionnaire was confirmed by using Cronbach's alpha coefficient, content validity by using comments of experts familiar with the subject of the study and its construct validity was confirmed by using structural equation. The population in this study consisted of all National Bank Kohgiluyeh and Boyer. Data collection has also conducted by random sampling method. After extraction of data of answers of the group and the variance estimated, the sample size was calculated by using the formula Cochran That 250 people were randomly selected as sample. Also SPSS and PLS software were used to determine the correlation and analysis of data. The results of the data analysis leads to confirm all of the hypotheses of the study: ethical leadership has a positive and significant effect on psychological empowerment, ethical leadership has a positive and significant effect on distributive justice, ethical leadership has a positive and significant effect on procedural justice, ethical leadership has a positive and significant effect on interactional justice, distributive justice has a positive and significant effect on psychological empowerment, procedural justice has a positive and significant effect on psychological empowerment, and ultimately interactional justice has a positive and significant effect on psychological empowerment

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