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International Business Management
Year: 2016  |  Volume: 10  |  Issue: 11  |  Page No.: 2214 - 2221

The Mediating Role of Trust in Supervisor and Professional Ethics in the Relationship Between Spiritual Leadership and Organizational Virtuousness (Case Study: Document Registration Organization at Kerman City)

Hamid Taboli and Samaneh Abdollahzadeh    

Abstract: This study aimed to investigate the mediating role of trust in supervisor and professional ethic on spiritual leadership style and organizational virtuousness in Document Registration Organization at Kerman City. This research is applied in term of objective. The methodology of the study is descriptive. The statistical society consists of 215 employees of document registration organization at Kerman City. The tool used is a questionnaire consists of four parts, including organizational virtuousness of Kim Cameron, the spiritual leader of Fry, organizational trust (trust in supervisor) of Hoy and Teschenen and Moran and professional ethics questionnaire to collect the information. After evaluating the validity and reliability of the questionnaire, the hypotheses were tested using structural equation modeling and PLS2 Smart software in both measurement and structural sections and the collected data were analyzed. Research results showed a significant relationship between leadership style and organizational virtuousness. Results also showed that trust in supervisor and professional ethics had mediating role in relationship between spiritual leadership and organizational virtuousness.

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