Impact of Socially Responsible Leadership on Employee Leave Intention: Exploratory Study on IT Companies in Egypt

Mona Arishi, Abdel Moniem Elsaid, Sahar Dawi, Eahab Elsaid


The study examines the impact of Socially Responsible Leadership on Employee Leave Intention in IT companies in Egypt. The sample consists of 208 employees in Egyptian IT companies. The study used the updated version of the Socially Responsible Leadership Scale (SRLS-R2) as the tool of investigation. The methodology used included the Pearson coefficient, the Cronbach Alpha coefficient, simple liner regressions and ANOVA tests. The study concluded that Socially Responsible Leadership and its eight dimensions (Congruence, Commitment, Common Purpose, Collaboration, Controversy with Civility, Citizenship, Change for the Common Good and Consciousness of Self) have a significant negative impact on the Employee Leave Intention.

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