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Title: Self-Leadership and it’s Relationship with Implementing Integrity and Transparency in the Palestinian Public Sector Institutions: “Ministry of Finance as a Model”
Authors: مــــروة ســـعيـد زكـي فــــرح
Issue Date: 2022
Publisher: جامعة القدس المفتوحة/Al-Quds Open University
Abstract: Individuals need self-leadership, through which they lead their feelings and behaviors, and stimulate their interior motivations to achieve the desirable objectives. This is not possible to grasp optimally within a corruption-exacerbating environment, that undermining all efforts of comprehensive and sustainable development. Although legal rules, regulations and legislation are not enough by themselves in this aspect, it has become a necessity to create a self-immunity for individuals which will contribute of limiting the corruption since protecting our nation along with its _ is a social responsibility. Therefore, this study sought to acknowledge the significance of self-leadership and its relation with implementing integrity and transparency in the Palestinian public sector institutions; Palestinian Ministry of Finance as a model. The researcher applied the descriptive analytical method, as she designed a questionnaire that included (98) paragraphs, which included aspects of the study and its topics. That, reached a degree of sincerity, stability and internal consistency, as it was distributed to the study individuals’ sample, using the stratified relative sample based on the “occupation title” flat, whose amount has reached (259) female and male employees. Also, the questioner was analyzed by the renowned SPSS25 program. The study resolved to a result suppose; a presence of impressive morale relationship between the two variables; the independent “self-leadership” variable and the dependent variable that is represented in “integrity and transparency”: that self-leadership explain the extent (45%) from the total variance of the variable 'integrity', and the extent of (18.1%) of the total variance of the dependent variable “transparency”, which confirm the presence of a direct relationship between the variables of this study, that signifies; The higher the level of "self-leadership" implementation among Palestinian public sector employees is, the higher the level of implementation of "integrity" and "transparency" will be. Furthermore, the integrity appeared with a higher fraction than transparency, which may be due to the fact that the former associated with the various levels of the values and morals system of the individual, as for the latter, it is more closely related to the procedures, systems, rules and legal regulations in the institution departments. The study emphasizes conclusions, through which the researcher presents several recommendations. Most notably are: the necessity to promote the principles of transparency through modern tools and means, take care of and motivate the individuals who lead themselves in a good way and strengthen their values of integrity, and include psychologists and sociologists on organizational structures; aiming to study the psychology of individuals and societal phenomena and monitor the irritants that may impede institutional work and limit their impacts, establishing a "psychological and social surveillance" department in institutions; measures the psychological stability of all employees, and work to amend the Code of Conduct and the Civil Service Law, in line with motivating employees to lead themselves towards appropriate values.
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