The Effect of Ethical Leader Perception on Individual Innovation Level in Health Workers
The aim of this study is to determine the impact of ethical leader perception on individual innovation level in healthcare workers. The sample group of the study consisted of 345 health workers working in a public hospital in the Trakya region. The health workers who participated in the study were administered a questionnaire consisting of two scales whose reliability was previously tested in other studies. As a result of the analysis, it was seen that the ethical leader perception scale consisted of one sub-dimension and the individual innovativeness scale consisted of four sub-dimensions in accordance with the originals, It has been determined that ethical leadership perception has a weak but significant effect on the sub-dimensions-resistance to change and risk taking. It was concluded that the type of leadership examined in the study may have an impact on the individual innovativeness of healthcare workers, but it could be better to investigate the effects of different leadership types due to the low level of influence in this research.
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