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The current study aimed to identify the correlation between emotional intelligence (with its dimensions, and its overall score) of female school leaders and the vocational adjustment of their female teachers. The sample of the study consisted of two groups: the first group was a sample of (20) female leaders from the leaders of schools in Al-Khobar Governorate in the eastern region of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, and the second group was a sample of (224) female teachers from the schools in Al-Khobar Governorate in the eastern region of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. A set of tools was applied: The emotional intelligence scale for female school leaders, and the vocational adjustment scale for female teachers. All tools were prepared by the researcher. The study used the following statistical methods: Arithmetic mean, standard deviation, percentiles, Pearson correlation coefficient, and multiple regression analysis. The results of the current study indicated the presence of a high level of emotional intelligence among female school leaders, and the presence of an average level of vocational adjustment among female teachers. The study also showed that there was a statistically significant correlation between the emotional intelligence of female school leaders and the vocational adjustment of female teachers, and that vocational adjustment of female teachers could be predicted through the emotional intelligence of female leaders.
Keywords: Emotional Intelligence, Vocational Adjustment, Female School Leaders.