|標題：Examining Organizational Effectiveness in Leadership Behaviors of PE Office in Chinese Taipei Universities.|
|作品名稱||Examining Organizational Effectiveness in Leadership Behaviors of PE Office in Chinese Taipei Universities.|
|著者||Hung, Ying-Hua; Annette E. Craven; Lin, Suh-Ting; Kuo, Chin-Tsai|
|出版者||Macau: ASIANIA SPORTS FOR ALL ASSOCIATION|
|著錄名稱、卷期、頁數||Journal of Asiania Sport For All 11(1), pp.28-48|
|摘要||The purpose of this study was to predict the organizational effectiveness of the Physical Education (PE) Office in Chinese Taipei universities. The Multifactor Leadership Questionnaire (MLQ-5X) was used in this study. The response rate was 68%. The results showed as the following: First, the idealized influence (attributed) (II-A), active management-by-exception (MBE-A) leadership behaviors, and followers’ extra effort, satisfaction leadership outcomes directly and positively influence the PE office effectiveness. Second, inspirational motivation (IM), contingent reward (CR) leadership behaviors, and followers’ satisfaction indirectly and positively influence the PE office effectiveness by followers’ extra effort. Third, idealized influence (behavior) (II-B) indirectly and negatively influences PE office effectiveness by followers’ satisfaction. Fourth, intellectual stimulation (IS) and individual consideration (IC) leadership behaviors indirectly and positively influence the PE office effectiveness by
followers’ satisfaction. Finally, the transformational leadership behavior directly and positively influences the PE office effectiveness, followers’ extra effort, and satisfaction. The laissez-faire leadership behavior directly and negatively influences the followers’ satisfaction.
Overall, the summarized conclusions include two points. First, II-A, IM, IS, IC, CR, and MBE-A leadership behaviors, directly or indirectly, influence organizational effectiveness positively. Second, II-B and laissez-faire leadership behaviors indirectly and negatively influence organizational effectiveness.
|關鍵字||organizational effectiveness; leadership behavior; physical education|