عنوان مقاله [English]
The greatness of Iran during the Achaemenid period indicates that there was an excellence in management at that time. Knowing and presenting success stories of leadership is a must have for the success of today's executives. This research has been conducted with the aim of identifying and rating leading leadership attributes in Cyrus the Great's cultural teachings. Using the Qualitative-Quantitative Compilation (Delphi-Topsis) method, and according to the existing prescriptive components of the triple leadership, 128 doctrines were extracted.
The snowball method was used to access the number of authorized samples from the community of experts, and the verification of extraction variables in the Delphi questionnaire was carried out using experts' opinion and its validity was confirmed by professors and management, cultural and historical experts. The reliability of the questionnaire was confirmed by Cronbach's alpha of 0.961. To reach the consensus of 13 experts, a three-step Delphi technique was used. In the final stage, factors confirmed by 75% of the experts identified 8 variables as "important" in the field of leadership attributes. The results show that "leadership integrity", "restraint" and "patience" are respectively the highest and lowest rank among the eight preferred leadership attributes, and suggestions were also presented based on research findings.