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ItemAN ETHICAL LEADERSHIP MODEL FOR ENHANCING MORAL EDUCATION IN THE DIOCESAN COLLEGES OF PALAI, KERALA, INDIA(Digital Production Press, Assumption University, 2018) Joseph Purayidathil ; Kanog-on RungrojngarmcharoenThe aim of this research was to develop an ethical leadership model for enhancing moral education in the diocesan colleges of Palai, Kerala, India. The researcher identified four specific objectives for this research. For accomplishing the first research objective, the researcher did the content analysis of 16 books and 114 articles directly related to the subject. These results were validated by twenty experts and from these results the instruments for the data collection for acquiring the second objective were developed. The data for second objective were collected by conducting in depth interviews with the administrators of the colleges and by using survey questionnaires for collecting data from the lecturers and the students. The results revealed the areas that needed improvements. The researcher, by making use of the ethical leadership theories and combining the results of the first and second research objectives, developed a new model for enhancing the moral education. The preliminary model was sent to 20 experts for their review. After having collected their suggestions, the researcher modified the model accordingly and thus the final model emerged. For accomplishing the fourth objective, a new curriculum was developed and the researcher implemented the new model for a period of three months in one of the colleges of the diocese of Palai. Pre-test and post-test were conducted. The results of the analysis of the data confirm that the new ethical leadership model for moral education is effective in terms of values, instructional strategies and moral assessment.
ItemAn ethical leadership model for enhancing moral education in the diocesan colleges of Palai, Kerala, India(Bangkok : Assumption University, 2017) Purayidathil, Joseph
ItemThe impact of ethics towards job creativity: a case study of “A” hotel in Samutprakan Province, Thailand( 2018) Manapat Buphawate ; Chittipa NgamkroeckjotiThis research focuses on how to understand Job Creativity of employees. The research questions were raised based on an emotional intelligence when interacting among colleagues in the same level as well as senior level. Moreover, based on the pilot study, employees are concerned about ethical behavior and ethical leadership towards job creativity of employees. This study use census population whom are employees working in “A” hotel. The questionnaire was distributed to 100 employees. There were no respondent restrictions in demographic aspects. This study found that there are two factors affected job creativity comprising emotional intelligence when interacting with colleague in senior level and ethical Leadership. This research is limited only to A Hotel which is located in Samutprakan province. Therefore, it is not in a rural area for which the business behavior will be more seasonal in terms of tourist intensity by season. That could affect the employees’ behavior and personality. However, this research cannot comprehensively conclude that employees of hotels in different locations will have similar results to this study. Another limitation is that this study is made in particular period of time which is from May to August 2018. The employees’ behaviors collected from the questionnaire do not cover a long period of time, meaning that over the longer period of time or at a different time, results could be difference.