Investigating relationship between Dimensions of Transformational leadership style of managers and effectiveness of teacher performance

Ali Akbar SAMEİ, Seyed Mostafa BANİTABA JASHVEQANİ
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Abstract. This research was investigating relationship between dimensions of transformational leadership style of managers in different levels of education in the region and effectiveness of teacher performance. The method of research is descriptive and correlative. Statistical sample of research is including teachers of different levels of education included 387 teachers during 2013 and 2014. Then, we used randoming sample and 130 people were selected. I used questionnaire of transformational Leadership of Bass and Olive (MLQ) which is included 40 items and questionnaire of effectiveness with 50 items as well as 5 Likert scale. Cronbach's alpha reliability coefficient of the questionnaire using a preliminary study for the implementation of transformational leadership (0.96) and coefficient of effectiveness is 0.95. I used SPSS software in order to analyze both descriptive and inferential statistics. Results of research indicated that there was not significant relationship between transformational leadership style and effectiveness; whereas, significant relationship exists between dimensions of (Rational motivation, inspiration and motivation and ideal influence) and effectiveness.


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Transformational Leadership, Effectiveness, Performance, Managers, Teachers

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