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Transformational Leadership and Job Satisfaction
American Journal of Economics , 2012, DOI: 10.5923/j.economics.20120001.32
Abstract: A vast literature describes transformational leadership in terms of leader having charismatic and inspiring personality, stimulating followers, and providing them with individualized consideration. A considerable empirical support exists for transformation leadership in terms of its positive effect on followers with respect to criteria like effectiveness, extra role behaviour and organizational learning. This study aims to explore the effect of transformational leadership characteristics on followers’ job satisfaction. Survey method was utilized to collect the data from the respondents. The study reveals that individualized consideration and intellectual stimulation affect followers’ job satisfaction. However, intellectual stimulation is positively related with job satisfaction and individualized consideration is negatively related with job satisfaction. Leader’s charisma or inspiration was found to be having no affect on the job satisfaction. The three aspects of transformational leadership were tested against job satisfaction through structural equation modeling using Amos.
Transformational Leadership in Planning Curricula  [PDF]
Beth Nagy, David J. Edelman
Current Urban Studies (CUS) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/cus.2014.23020
Abstract: Planners are expected to be ethical, advancing socially-responsible citizenship-based practices. They must also have a keen understanding of the implications of top-down policy decisions on communities. A Planner is a public servant. Public servants require a mastery of techniques for community engagement: involving a wide range of people in making decisions, an ability to work with the public and articulate planning issues to a wide variety of audiences, as well as the ability to function as a facilitator when community interests conflict. These skills call for a theoretical foundation in transformational leadership, but students will not learn transformational leadership unless the curriculum deliberately teaches and models it. This research considers the intersection of three major themes in the pedagogy of Planning: sustainable communities, transformational leadership, and community engagement. The intersection, a critical Planning pedagogy, should be a guiding principle of all Planning curricula. Although this is a case study, and its findings limited to one program, the framework can be explored as a means to examining transformational leadership as a means to advancing socially-responsible citizenship-based practices in Planning curricula.
Transformational Leadership: From the Perspective of Neurological Leadership  [PDF]
Yaozhong Liu, Yudan Jing, Mei Gao
Open Journal of Leadership (OJL) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/ojl.2015.44013
Abstract: To study Transformational Leadership from the perspective of cognitive neuroscience allows us to better understand the neural basis of its behavior. After a brief introduction to Transformational Leadership and neurological leadership, this paper puts its focus on going over the neurological study which is based on resting state and functional state in the respect of individual differences in Transformational Leadership. At the same time it has also clarified the neural basis of Transformational Leadership effectiveness. Based on the neurological research on the individual differences in Transformational Leadership and behavior effectiveness, this paper also puts forward some enlightenment to improve the behavior effectiveness of Transformational Leadership. In the conclusion part, this paper has discussed certain problems in this field and its future research directions.
The Relations of Transformational Leadership and Empowerment with Employee  [PDF]
A Gill
Business and Economics Journal , 2010,
Abstract: This paper examines if transformational leadership and empowerment affect job satisfaction among Indian restaurant employees. This studyutilized survey research (a non-experimental field study design). A total of 218 restaurant industry employees from the Punjab area of India weresurveyed to assess their perceptions of transformational leadership, empowerment, and job satisfaction at their places of work. Positiverelationships between i) employee perceived transformational leadership used by managers and employee perceived job satisfaction and ii)employee perceived empowerment and employee perceived job satisfaction were found. The paper makes recommendations to managers andowners/operators of the hospitality organizations for improving employee retention.
Comparing Transformational Leadership in Successful and Unsuccessful Companies
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Gholamreza Jandaghi,Assoc. Prof. Dr. Hassan Zareei Matin,Assoc. Prof. Dr. Ali Farjami
Journal of International Social Research , 2009,
Abstract: In this article, while it is attempted to describe the problem and its importance, transformational leadership is studied by considering leadership theories. Issues such as the definition of transformational leadership and its aspects are compared on the basis of the ideas of various connoisseurs and then it (transformational leadership) is examined in successful and less successful companies. According to the methodology, the method of research, assumptions, community and statistical sample are investigated and research findings are analyzed by using descriptive and deductive statistical methods in the framework of analytical tables. Finally, our conclusion is provided by considering the results of statistical tests. The final result shows that there is more transformational leadership in successful companies than unsuccessful ones
Transformational Leadership and Teacher Commitment in Secondary Schools of Sarawak
Sii Ling Mee Ling,Mohammed Sani Bin Ibrahim
International Journal of Independent Research Studies , 2013,
Abstract: The purpose of this study is to investigate the relationship between teacher commitment and transformational leadership in secondary schools. A survey instrument was developed, based on conceptual framework on transformational leadership (Bass and Rigglo, 2006), and teacher commitment (Dannetta, 2002). Quantitative survey method was applied and two broadly hypothesized relationships were tested with a sample of 1014 trained teachers serving in twenty-seven secondary schools in Miri, Sarawak. The results indicated a moderate level of teacher commitment and a low level of transformational leadership qualities among the respondents. The results from multiple regression analysis provided little to moderate support for the analysis. They offer insights on how leadership practices affect teachers’ commitment. It also necessitates for leadership development of school leaders to acquire transformational leadership qualities that are crucial in changing teachers’ attitude and improving their commitment level.
Transformational Leadership: Lessons in Management for Today  [cached]
Charles J. Berendt,Andreas Christofi,Krishna M. Kasibhatla,John Malindretos
International Business Research , 2012, DOI: 10.5539/ibr.v5n10p227
Abstract: This paper examines the underappreciated differences between the effectiveness and measurement of current technical advances in business management methods and how aspects of transformational leadership, as exhibited by the prophet Moses, can more broadly and deeply contribute to an organization’s success over the long term than these more easily defined procedures. These leadership issues tend to arise most acutely when a company’s management comes under severe scrutiny during times of business scandals and related ethical crises. Using Warren Bennis’s definition of charismatic leadership as a framework, we show how Moses exhibited the qualities of humility, tenacity, integrity, strength, creativity, and innovation, particularly in the field of succession planning, in completing his mission, transforming the ‘organization’ he led, and inspiring future generations. The conclusions here are supported not only by biblical passages but also by relevant business, management, and general literature.
Effective Transformational Leadership Behaviours For Managing Change  [cached]
Gift Vinger,Frans Cilliers
South African Journal of Human Resource Management , 2006, DOI: 10.4102/sajhrm.v4i2.87
Abstract: The South African higher education (HE) sector has been criticised for an apparent lack of leadership, calling into question the leaders’ ability to manage change as a result of the recent mergers of HE institutions. The aim of this present research was to establish the frequency of exhibition of transformational leadership and its behaviours and its level in this sector, including the commonly manifesting themes and strategies that transformational leaders, as change agents, utilise to effect change in their organisations. The Multifactor Leadership Questionnaire was administered to 190 HE leaders, followed by individual interviews. It was found that these leaders exhibit transformational leadership fairly often and that, contrary to criticism, they manage change fairly successfully.
Emotional Intelligence and Transformational Leadership in Physical Education Managers
Nooshin Esfahani,,Hamid Gheze Soflu
Cypriot Journal of Educational Sciences , 2013,
Abstract: The aim of the present research was to investigate the relationship between emotional intelligence and transformational leadership in managers of physical education of Golestan province. The managers and deputies of Golestan physical education departments participated in this research and 47 subjects were selected as the statistical sample of this study. Emotional Intelligence questionnaire that assessed five micro scales of self-awareness, self-management, self-motivation, empathy and social skills, Multifactor Leadership questionnaire (MLQ) by Bass and Avolio (1996) that measured five micro scales related to transformational leadership, three micro scales of transactional leadership, and laissez-faire leadership were used to collect the data. In order to analyze the data, ANOVA test, multiple regression test, and Pearson correlation coefficient were applied. The results showed a significant relationship between emotional intelligence and transformational leadership method. Also, the results of multiple regression test indicated that among transformational leadership micro scales, personal considerations was the strongest predictive variable in transformational leadership method and among emotional intelligence micro scales, empathy had a great influence on emotional intelligence of physical education managers.
A Primer for Transformational Leadership in Nonprofit Sector  [PDF]
Journal of Administrative Sciences , 2013,
Abstract: This study attempts to provide a framework for successful leadership innonprofit organizations taking the concept of transformational leadershipas a model. Unlike for-profits, nonprofits address the issues of shapingsocial policies through innovative human life-changing approachesand moral contract with society. This research adopts a case study ofa change initiative in both organizational objectives and managementundertaken at a prominent NGO in Turkey. The study provides a differentpoint of view by extending the notion of nonprofit leaders with highquality of transformational leadership are those who can make strategicchanges tuned with organization’s mission and objectives. It also revealsthat transformational leadership has a significant effect on the embracementof the mission and its accomplishments in voluntary and nonprofitorganizations and enables nonprofit sector managers to build a clear visionand mission for their organizations. Finally, the study extends tworationales for the necessity of transformational leadership in nonprofitsector ever changing and developing world.

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