STRUCTURAL EQUATION MODEL LEADERSHIP STYLE OF MANAGERS AND ORGANIZATIONAL HEALTH IN SCHOOLS OF DIVANDARREH CITY IN THE ACADEMIC YEAR 2015-16

Mashallah Azizi, Naghi Kamali

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The objective of this research was study of a structural equation model leadership style of managers and organizational health in schools of Divandarreh city in the academic year 2015-16. The research method is descriptive and correlation. Thus, 220 individuals under investigation which include administrators and teachers in the education & training of city Divandarreh city were selected as randomly stratified. The required data were gathered by using two questionnaires of Clark's leadership style (1991) and organizational health of Hoy and Foldman (1996) and were analyzed by Pearson correlation coefficient and structural equation model. Results suggested that there is meaningful relationship between leadership styles with organizational health. Results of structural equation model indicate the predicting leadership style with organizational health.

 

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leadership styles, organizational health, school managers

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