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    Transformational Leadership and Economic Development in Saudi Arabia

    Authors: Dr. Fahad Saad Soliaman Algorabi Alharbi (1), Dr. Mazen Mohammed Farea(2*)
    Ministry of Education, Salahuddin, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia (1), Department of Management, Al-Madinah International University, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia(2)

    Email: Fahadclass1435@gmail.com

    Doi: doi.org/10.52132/Ajrsp.e.2021.251


    This research aimed to explore how transformational leadership factors can be linked to the economic development in the central region of Saudi Arabia. In the current study, we had systemically selected 377 individuals with random job samples in both the public sector and private sector, by managers or vice-managers, from the central area, Saudi Arabia. through the survey frame, a technique and survey methods for gathering data on research issues; transformational leadership, and economic development were included in the current study. There were major statistically significant positive correlates of growth between idealized effects and individualized considerations, and poor significant correlations with intellectual stimulus and encouragement. The body of knowledge that studies productive and sustainable management raised the perspectives of economic development; therefore, the managers used this knowledge as a lever to accomplish it. Organizations should teach their executives and administrators to exercise leadership, make them work harder, provide good leadership, and grow their organization.


    Lean Knowledge Economy, Industrial Innovation, Visionary Leadership, Liberty and Social Cohesion, Saudi Arabia.

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