Achievement Motivation and Its Relationship with Characteristics of Leaders in Youth Centers in Jordanian Society

Safia Jabali

Abstract


This study aimed to detect achievement motivation and its relationship with the members of The Leader features youth centers in Jordanian society. Where the study sample consisted of 638 young men and women of the members of the youth centers in the Kingdom of them (366) and a young man (272) were chosen young intentional way of participating in the Ajloun and cypress camps during 2014. The researcher used a special test designed to measure the effective leader attributes and test achievement motivation and who has been verified sincerity and the Calendar researcher used the averages, standard deviations, and percentages, and transactions of the link and test (g), and testing of regression analysis and found the results to the existence of a positive relationship between characteristics social, personal and administrative effective leader as perceived by members and achievement motivation they have at the significance level (α≤ 0,05). And the lack of statistically significant differences in the relationship between the characteristics of an effective leader differences as perceived by members and achievement motivation at the significance level (α≤0,05) attributable to differences between the sexes. The study also recommends that workers leaders working with young people to raise achievement motivation among members through enhance the behavior of interest. And provide a democratic atmosphere for members in matters of activities and decisions and others. Holding training courses and programs for the rehabilitation of leaders working with young people.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5296/jse.v6i1.8244

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