Document Type : Pazhoheshi- Karbordi

Authors

Associate Professor, Faculty of Management and Economics, Lorestan University

Abstract

Today, in developing countries, women participate in higher levels of organizations is lower than men. Hence, the theory of synergistic leadership has a far-reaching approach to leadership that conceptualizes the presence of women in the leadership position of the organization as a factor of synergy. On the other hand, considering the importance of the level of maturity of employees' capabilities and the sustainability of human capital in organizations, the main purpose of this study is to investigate the impact of women-oriented leadership style on the development of sustainability of human capital. In this regard, the level of maturity of employees' capabilities has been studied as a mediating variable. The present research is applied in terms of purpose and descriptive survey in terms of research method. For data collection, Curtis (2009) Employees' Capacity Maturity Model Questionnaire, Synergistic leadership Questionnaire of elahi and Isfahani Aybaghi (2016) and Aybaghi et al. (2017) Human Capital Sustainability Questionnaire were used. The validity of the questionnaires was calculated based on content validity and their reliability by Cronbach's alpha test with 0.84, 0.89 and 0.91, respectively. Data analysis was performed using structural equation modeling and Amos software. The statistical population of the study is 443 people of all officials, experts and medical staff of Besat Nahaja Medical, Educational and Research Center. The required statistical sample size was determined through Krejcie and Morgan table of 210 people and the sample was selected using random sampling method. The results of this study showed that the Synergistic female leadership style has a positive and significant effect on the level of maturity of employees and the development of sustainability of human capital and also the level of maturity of capability of employees on the development of sustainability of human capital.

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