Impact Of Transformational Leadership On Job Performance Of Public Sector Schools’ Teachers, Pakistan: Mediating Role Of Job Satisfaction And Work Engagement

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Dr. Stephen John , Dr Naveed Hussain Shah , Dr. Anjum Ihsan , Dr. Asghar Ali , Dr Muhammad Naeem Tariq


This research aims at identifying the mediating role of job satisfaction (JS) and work engagement (WE) between transformational leadership (TL) and job performance (JP). To test the effect of WE and JS between TL and JP, data were collected from two hundred and sixty eight (N=268) employees of public sector schools of KP, Pakistan through Multifactor Leadership Questionnaire (MLQ-5x/Short Form) adapted from Bass & Avolio (1995), organizational commitment questionnaire adapted from (Meyer and Allen 1991), JP questionnaire adapted from (Goodman & Srivastava, 1999) and JS questionnaire adapted from Spector (1997). SPSS and Amos for structure equation modeling were used to analyze the data. The results revealed a significant positive path from TL to JP, JS and WE. Both JS and WE were found to play a partial mediating role between TL and JP. 

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