The Relationship Between Authentic Leadership and Entrepreneurship Orientation Perceptions in Exporting Companies with Different Export Performances

Ali Emre İşlek, Necla Öykü İyigün


This study aims to examine the relationship between authentic leadership and entrepreneurship orientation perceptions in exporting companies with increasing and decreasing export performances. Subjective Scales were used in this study along with the Objective Scales. An Authentic Leadership and Entrepreneurial Orientation Subjective Scales were used, the scales were previously validated and reliability analyzes were carried out in Turkey. The convenience sampling of total 438 white-collar employees from 21 companies participated in the survey. Export Sales and Export Intensity Objective Scales, the most common financial measures of export performance indicators were used to identify the categories with increasing and decreasing export performances. The data collected and compiled from the Turkish Exporters Assembly (TIM).



Authentic Leadership, Entrepreneurship, Exporting Companies, Export Performance

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