A Literature Review on the Implications of Moral Intelligence and Educational Effectiveness in the Area of Educational Management; Are They Interrelated?

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Hassan Najafi Asl


Moral intelligence is one of the most important factors that can increase effectiveness and efficiency, the two important factors that every organization wants to survive in a chaotic market and should concentrate more on them.
In general, when researchers want to promote moral intelligence they study its effects on other related issues like educational effectiveness.
This paper investigates moral intelligence and effectiveness in education.


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Najafi Asl, H. (2019). A Literature Review on the Implications of Moral Intelligence and Educational Effectiveness in the Area of Educational Management; Are They Interrelated?. JMDMA, 1(3), 85-89. https://doi.org/10.3261212/2019.1.113


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