Dönüşümcü Liderlik ve Psikolojik Sözleşme Arasındaki İlişkiye Yönelik Öğretmen Görüşleri
Niğdelioğlu Turgay, Çiğdem
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The research aims to investigate the relationships between transformational leadership and psychological contract according to the opinions of teachers working in public secondary education establishments. The method utilized in this research was the relational survey model a quantitative research method. Using stratified sampling methods, the opinions of 400 teachers were taken. Two scales were applied for data collection purposes; for transformational leadership, the "Transformational Leadership Behavior Inventory” scale developed by Podsakoff and translated into Turkish by İşcan, was utilized. In addition "The Psychological Contract Inventory” scale developed by Rousseau and translated into Turkish by Demirkasimoglu. The data analysis was made through descriptive statistical techniques such as percentage, frequency, arithmetical mean, and standard deviation. Statistical Package for Social Sciences 24 was used in this research. The independent samples t-test was applied for the variables with two subgroups, while the one-way analysis of variance test was used for the variables with three or more subgroups. Hochberg's GT2 Test was utilized to determine the source of the difference among groups. Pearson Correlation Coefficient was utilized to determine the relationship between variables. As a result of the research, it was concluded that transformational leadership behavior affects the perception of psychological contracts moderately. As a result of the research, teachers have relational, balanced, transitional, and operational psychological contract perceptions, respectively. According to these results, teachers who defined their managers as transformational leaders have a positive effect on the behavior of psychological contracts.