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The main purpose of the study was to evaluate the relationship between interactive and innovative leadership styles and the lack of intervention with managers’ emotional intelligence in East- Azarbaijan sport and adolescents departments; for this reason, two multi- agents leadership questionnaire (MLQ) and a Cyber-Shrink emotional intelligence questionnaire were used efficiently. Twenty- six ones of sport department managers were selected randomly. This study was a descriptive and correlative one and in terms of research it was an applied research, too. The results showed that there is a positive significant relationship between emotional intelligence and innovative leadership styles (r=0.70, P<0.01) of course, there is no relationship between the emotional intelligence and the lack of intervention leadership style; that is, the relationship is completely negative (r=-0.39, P<0.05). There are significant relationships between all innovative leadership style elements and emotional intelligence but no significant relationship and emotional intelligence; also, he findings represented that most managers applying transformational leadership which their successors equally believed the same thinking ways, too.
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Author(s): Elnaz Imanzadeh Sonia Esmaeilzadeh Ghasem Elyasi and Parisa Sedaghati
Transformational leadership, transactional leadership, Laissez- faire leadership, Emotional intelligence