The Relationship between Manager, s Decision Making Styles and Teachers Empowerment in Saveh Primary School

Davoud Hosseinzadeh, Amir Hosain Mohammad Davoudi, Khadijeh Jokar

Abstract


The present research was conducted to find out the relationship between manager, s decision making styles and teachers empowerment in primary schools of Saveh city. Research methodology of the study from the perspective of data collection in descriptive and correlation and from the perspective of purpose، is a practical one. The population of the study consisted of all the teachers of Saveh primary school. Based on Morgan, s Table، a sample size of 211 persons was determined and the samples were randomly selected through relative stratified method. Data collection tools were two standard questionnaires of decision making style Scott & Bruce، consisting of 25 items and psychological empowerment Spritzer questionnaires containing 20 items in five –point Likert scale. The content validation of each of the two questionnaires were confirmed by the specialists and their reliability calculating Cronbach s coefficient  alpha were respectively 0.75 and 0.88. The datacollected through descriptive and inferential statistics، like Kolmogorow-Smirnov test، pearson correlation coefficient، regression and step by step analysis were analyzed through the statistical software SPSS. The results of the study reveal that there is relationship between manager, s decision making styles and teachers empowerment. in such a way among the predictive variable dimensions،only “ rational and avoidant Decision Making style” were on the model.Considering the results of the study، there is a significant positive relationship between rational decision making style and empowerment. There are significant negative relationship  between avoidant and spontaneous decision making styles and empowerment. There aren’t relationship  between intuitive and avoidant decision making styles and empowerment.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5296/ijhrs.v4i4.6714

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