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EEO. 2020; 19(4): 3834-3840


TRANSFORMATIONAL LEADERSHIP AND ORGANIZATIONAL COMMITMENT: TO WHAT EXTENT MOTIVATION MATTERS?

Muhammad Saqib Khan, Dr. Zainab Bibi, Adnan Khan, Mohsin Zeb, Mati Ullah Khan, Dr. Asghar Ullah Khan.

Abstract
The transformational leadership is critical for determining the attitude and behavior of followers as it has been considered as an active constituent for inspiring the individuals towards particular tasks. These inspirations lead the individuals towards higher level of dedication and commitment which are critical for the tasks’ completion. Similarly, the motivational level gets enhanced through the transformational leadership as commitment and motivation are the leading pillars associated with transformational leadership. In this connection, to examine these phenomena, in particular context, data was collected from faculty members from KP in southern regional areas of Pakistan which was further analyzed over different statistical tools to find answers of research questions. The results offer significant information in reaching the conclusion and therefore extracted some recommendations for the policy makers and management of the higher education institutions in context of developing countries like Pakistan.

Key words: Transformational Leadership Organizational Commitment, Motivation & HEIs






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