Impact of Leadership Development on Employees' Performance (Case Study: Employees of Customs Headquarters)
Dr. Javad Mehrabi, Dr. Mohammad Taheri Roozbehani, Shirin Naseri, Batool Samangooei

Objective: The present survey has been conducted to study the "role of leadership development on employees' performance in Customs headquarters of the Islamic Republic of Iran". Methodology: Descriptive-correlation method was used in this survey and the statistical population included employees of Customs headquarters equal to six-hundred seventy eight (678) persons. Sample volume was selected through random class sampling method that was equal to two-hundred fifty (250) persons. Questionnaire was used to collect the required data and data analysis was accomplished using inferential statistics tests such as Pierson correlation coefficient and step by step regression analysis in addition to descriptive statistics indexes such as mean and standard deviation. Findings: Findings reveal that there is a significant and positive relationship among leadership development and its dimensions with employees' performance. Conclusion: It is concluded that authorization, education and development and empowerment have the highest impact on employees' performance respectively.

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