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Research Letter Open Access
Background and aim: Quotient is one of the basic competencies that promote the managers. New approach in current century believes the relationship between spiritual quotient and transformational leadership style of managers with organizational commitment of staffs as a new aspect of organizational performance. Therefore, this research was aimed to determine the relationship between spiritual quotient and the transformational leadership of managers with staffs’ organizational commitment in headquarters departments of Tehran University of Medical Sciences (TUMS), Tehran, Iran. Materials and methods: This was a descriptive analytical and cross-sectional research that induced at 2014-2015. The research community was 225 staffs and 70 senior, middle and junior managers. The research tools were three questionnaires including MLQ for assessment of transformational leadership, Badie for spiritual quotient, and Allen and Meyers for the organizational commitment of the staffs. The data was collected and analyzed by SPSS software, using average, and percent for descriptive statistics, and Pearson, t-student and variance analysis for analytical statistics. Results: The results of this research showed that TUMS headquarters department’s managers had desired transformational leadership and spiritual quotient, but the organizational commitment of the staffs was moderate. Using Pearson method showed that there was significant relationship between these variables. Conclusion: The managers with increased spiritual quotient and transformational leadership cause motivate and develop the staffs to be more commitment in their organizations.
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Author(s): Hossein Dargahi
Spiritual quotient, Transformational leadership, Organizational commitment, Staffs and managers, Business Administration, Central Administration, Democratic Republic, Elements of Management, Human Resources, Public Administration, Public Civil Services, Public Financial Management, Public Human Resource Management, Public Sector Employment, Regulation and Management, Scientific Management, Social Security Funds, Voluntary Administration