Ahmed Asaad Fayyadh and Mouna Damak Turki
The aim of this study is to identify the role played by strategic leadership and their impact in achieving organizational excellence through emotional intelligence. The problem of the study revolved around identifying the intellectual and philosophical foundations of this perspective at the level of higher education institutions and private universities in the Iraqi environment that possess academic leaders with high scientific qualifications. A number of Iraqi universities (Assyria University, Al-Isra University, Al-Rafidain University, Al-Mamoun University, and Baghdad University of Economic Sciences) were chosen as a field for study through a sample of (242) academic leaders out of the total study population of (650) academic leaders. There were (242) questionnaires suitable for statistical analysis.
The study produced a number of results that were consistent with its hypotheses, the most important of which were: Achieving organizational excellence in the Iraqi universities, sample of the study, is linked to strengthening and strengthening the relationship between strategic leadership and emotional intelligence, as the influence increases through them in achieving excellence first, and then focusing on providing all the elements of academic work that enhance the level of competitive strategic performance, second. At the level of private universities, Assyria University came in first place in terms of the strength of the relationship and influence between the variables, followed by Al-Isra University, followed by Al-Rafidain University, then Al-Ma’moun, and finally Baghdad University for Economic Sciences. This result confirms the importance of variables in the top universities in the study sample. The study concluded with a set of recommendations and proposals that it considers necessary for their adoption by educational institutions.
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