Priorities of Self-Actualization among the Academic Leaders of Tamil Nadu Universities with Reference to Demographic Profile

Authors

  • R. Gopinath D.Litt. (Business Administration)-Researcher, Madurai Kamaraj University, Tamil Nadu, India.

Keywords:

Self-actualization, Demographic factors, Academic leader

Abstract

Self-actualization is realizing your inherent potential, in recent days the importance of this concept is gaining attention among the researchers. Self -actualization has its own impact on the organizational behavior of employees and the behavior of self- actualized is proven better than those who are not self-actualized. Already several researches have done to find the prominence of self-actualization on employee satisfaction and performance, but the research is limited in the area of academicians. This paper is attempted to find the demographic priorities of academicians of Tamil Nadu universities on self- actualization.

Descriptive research design was followed in this study. To support the objective the researcher collected 178 samples by using purposive stratified random sampling technique. With the help of ANOVA, and Independent sample t test were used to find the results. The researcher found the demographic factors has significant and positive influence in determining the self- actualization level of academic leaders of Tamil Nadu universities.

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05-11-2020

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Gopinath, R. (2020). Priorities of Self-Actualization among the Academic Leaders of Tamil Nadu Universities with Reference to Demographic Profile. Asian Journal of Managerial Science, 9(2), 1–10. Retrieved from https://ojs.trp.org.in/index.php/ajms/article/view/1643