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Research Article Open Access
The purpose of this study was to determine the relationship between leadership style (people-oriented vs task oriented) and self-report productivity among managers of sport organizations in East Azarbayjan Province. 50 leaders (36.5±8.1 years old; management experience 11.92±8.6 years) were selected voluntarally. The Leadership Behavior Description Questionnaire (LBDQ) (Metzcus and Burden's, 1969), Self-Assesment Organizational Productiviy Questionnaire (SAOPQ), (Asadi, 2001) and Individual Characteristics Questionnaire (ICQ) was used for data collection. The results showed that there isn’t significance relationship between leadership styles (both people-oriented and task-oriented attitudes) and self-reported productivity in selected population.
leadership style, people-oriented, task oriented, productivity