PRINCIPALS’ TRANSFORMATIONAL LEADERSHIP STYLE AND ORGANIZATIONAL COMMITMENT OF THE TEACHERS’ IN MIDDLE SECONDARY SCHOOLS OF BHUTAN
คำสำคัญ:TTransformational Leadership, Organizational Commitment, Middle Secondary School
The study was aimed at answering the three important research questions: What is the level of principals’ transformational leadership behavior as perceived by teachers? To what extend are Bhutanese middle secondary school principals’ engaged within the four dimensions of transformational leadership? Is there any relationship between principals’ transformational leadership behavior and organizational commitment of the teachers? The samples of 236 teachers were selected through simple random sampling method, and self- administered survey questionnaire was deployed to collect data. The result showed that the level of principals’ transformational leadership behavior as perceived by teachers at a high level and their engagement in four dimensions of transformational leadership behavior were also shown at a high level. It was found that there was also a positive correlation between principals’ transformational leadership behavior and organizational commitment of teachers in the middle secondary schools of Bhutan.
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