An Empirical Research on Transformational Leadership, Psychological Empowerment and Student Motivation in Chinese Universities-2020 Year (Published)
This paper explores the effect of transformational leadership on student motivation through psychological empowerment. Transformational leadership is strongly linked to the motivation of the students. Psychological empowerment has a mediated significant impact on the student’s motivation. The COVID-19 (pandemic) is an extensive global health disaster of our time and one of the most significant challenges we have faced in 2020. The causal links between perceived transformational leadership and student motivation at several Chinese institutions were examined in this research. This research evaluated the role of psychological empowerment in mediating the relationship between transformational leadership and student motivation. This research used a survey to collect data from 350 foreign and domestic students in Chinese universities. Respondents were asked to answer questions from the 5-point Likert scale regarding transformational leadership, psychological empowerment, and student motivation. Statistical Package for the Social Sciences (IBM SPSS-23) macro process and AMOS-23 were used to analyze the model’s measurement for the findings. It was hypothesized to investigate if the connection between transformational leadership and the motivation of students was influenced through psychological empowerment. This research found that psychological empowerment mediated the effect of transformational leadership on the student’s motivation. Psychological empowerment of students is not only indispensable for improving student motivation but also mediates the connection between student motivation and transformative leadership. Implications and interpretations are also discussed for research.
Citation: Amjad Nawaz, Gu Aihua, Saira Joher, and Muhammad Farhan Khan (2022) An Empirical Research on Transformational Leadership, Psychological Empowerment and Student Motivation in Chinese Universities-2020 Year, Global Journal of Political Science and Administration, Vol.10, No.3, pp.55-75
Influence of Transformational Leadership on Psychological Empowerment and Students’ Satisfaction during Pandemic Period-2019. A Case Study of China University (Published)
Citation: Amjad Nawaz, Gu Aihua, Yuanyuan Xing and Han Shu (2022) Influence of Transformational Leadership on Psychological Empowerment and Students’ Satisfaction during Pandemic Period-2019. A Case Study of China University, Global Journal of Political Science and Administration, Vol.10, No.1, pp.1-21
Abstract: The epidemic interrupted the whole life around the world in 2020. This research examines the influence of transformational leadership on students’ psychologically empowerment and satisfaction during the students during the pandemic period. This research explores the relationship of transformational leadership with students during the epidemic period for their psychological empowerment and satisfaction relationship. This research used the non-probability sampling method for gathering the data from 300 students of Chinese University. IBM SPSS 23 and AMOS were used to find out the outcomes. It was hypothesized that the importance of transformational leadership is specifically advantageous to student satisfaction and mediated through psychological empowerment relationships. The results of this study indicate that during the pandemic era, teachers were very concerned about the welfare and protection of students. There are also geographical, educational, psychological, and physical disparities to contend with since students have come from diverse nations, societies, and faiths. Therefore, this research is important for teachers and administrative staff in creating such leadership in universities. Chinese universities are needed an environment in which leadership is more motivated and students are encouraged for any future emergency or crisis. The implications of the results are discussed, as well as the research limitations of future studies.
The effect of HR practices on job loyalty through psychological empowerment and job satisfaction in Pt. X (Published)
In Indonesia, the growth of the number of construction companies is apparently not in line with the growth of experts. This study aims to analyze the effect of HR Practices on Job Loyalty through Psychological Empowerment and Job Satisfaction at PT. X. This study using quantitative methods with a sample used is 80 employees with the criteria have worked more than two years, have a minimum high school education, at the staff level. Data processing in this study uses SPSS 22.0. From the results of data processing it was found that HR Practices (Training and Reward) had a significant influence on Psychological Empowerment (Job Competence, Job Autonomy, Job Impact). Job Competence and Job Impact does not have a significant effect on Job Satisfaction. Job Autonomy has a significant influence on Job Satisfaction. Job Satisfaction has a significant effect on Job Loyalty.
Psychological empowerment as a mediator between leadership styles and employee creativity: A Case Study of Nonprofit able Organizations in Pakistan (Published)
This research paper explores the leadership styles and its impact on employee creative behavior and interested to find out whether the psychological empowerment has the mediating effect or not. For this purpose, the data was collected from the 189 employees of non-profitable Organizations working in four cities of Pakistan. The convenience sampling method was used for data collection. The results show that the transformational leadership style has negatively associated with employee’s creativity while the servant leadership style has positively associated with employee creativity. Moreover, another imperative discovery was made that the mediating role of psychological empowerment has significantly revealed between transformational leadership style, Servant leadership style and employee creativity.