The Relationship between Transformational Leadership and Organizational Excellence in Physical Education Teachers in Kermanshah Province
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Paper ID : 1241-11THCONF
1daneshgah razi
2استادیار دانشگاه رازی، کرمانشاه
3daneshgah alameh tabatabaei
Introduction: Organizational excellence has established a functional framework for managers to guide performance improvement in a variety of organizations. Therefore, considering the role of transformational leadership on organizational excellence and organizational performance improvement, this study aims to investigate the relationship between transformational leadership and organizational excellence in physical education teachers in Kermanshah province.
Methodology: The research method is descriptive and correlational. The statistical population in this study is physical education teachers of Kermanshah province, which according to the statistical report of the Kermanshah Province Department of Education and Education Unit, the number of them was 1,250. Based on the Karjcie and Morgan tables, 320 people were selected as samples. The data collection tool was Bass & Alley (1997) and the Performance Evaluation Questionnaire based on the organizational excellence model. The validity of this questionnaire was approved by sports management professors and Cronbach's alpha values were 0.82 for organizational learning and organizational effectiveness of 0.79 was verified. The Kolmogorov-Smirnov test was used to analyze the data to determine the nature of the data distribution as well as the path analysis. The software used was SPSS version 24 and LISREL 80.8.
Results: The results of the research showed that the research model has a suitable fit and that transformational leadership has a positive and significant effect on organizational excellence.
Discussion: It can be concluded that one of the strategies of evolutionary leadership is to achieve acceptable performance through organizational excellence. The results of this study showed that managers of educational organizations use various human, material and financial resources to realize their goals effectively. Meanwhile, the share of human resources is very important. Human resources must have the skills and abilities, attitudes and beliefs, desirable physical and mental conditions, and, ultimately, appropriate personality traits to achieve success and achieve organizational goals. Hence, managers are no exception to this rule.