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|Other Titles: ||A study on the relationship between principals' transformational leadership and employees' organizational commitment of private kindergartens in Taipei city|
|Authors: ||廖芬娟;Liao, Fen-chuan|
|Keywords: ||私立幼稚園;幼稚園園長;幼稚園成員;轉型領導;組織承諾;Transformational Leadership;Organizational Commitment;principal of kindergarten;employees of private kindergarten|
|Issue Date: ||2010-01-11 00:14:38 (UTC+8)|
This study was to explore the relationship between principals’ transformational leadership and employees’ organizational commitment of private kindergartens in Taipei City. Based on literature review, a questionnaire was constructed by this researcher, and a survey study was conducted. Subjects of the questionnaire survey were 617 employees (including teachers, administrators, and staff members) of private kindergartens in Taipei City. Data of 420 respondents were analyzed by using descriptive statistics, t-test, one-way ANOVA, and Pearson’s product-moment correlation. The main findings of this study were as follows:
1.The transformational leadership behaviors of principals of private kindergartens in Taipei City were well perceived by most of the employees of kindergarten.
2.The organizational commitment of employees of kindergarten was considerably high. Namely, most of the employed members of private kindergartens in Taipei City had strong commitment to their kindergartens.
3.There were significant differences in employees’ perception of principals’ transformational leadership behaviors by employees’ sex and age.
4.There was no significant difference in Perceptions of principal’s transformational leadership behaviors by employee’s academic background, positions, years of service, and the scale of kindergarten.
5.The level of employees’ organizational commitment were significantly different due to employees’ age, academic background and years of service.
6.There was no significant difference in the organizational commitment due to employees’ age, sex, and the scale of kindergarten.
7.Employees’ organizational commitment was positively correlated to principals’ transformational leadership behaviors perceived by employees.
8.The dimension of “intellectual stimulation” of principals’ transformational leadership behaviors had the highest power of prediction for employees’ organizational commitment.
Based on findings mentioned above, this study proposed some relevant suggestions for principals as well as employees of the private kindergartens to improve leadership and organizational commitment for private kindergartens.
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