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Nedaee T, Mozafari S A A. Relationship between perception of power bases sport federations' presidents and employees' effectiveness. JRSM 2013; 3 (6) :137-157
URL: http://jrsm.khu.ac.ir/article-1-1814-en.html
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The purpose of this study was to investigate the relationship between power bases of sport federations' president (PBSP-other) with employees effectiveness. Population of this study was employees included of experts, federation committee chiefs and vise chiefs federation committee, n=288 that completed (POSP-other) questionnaire and employees Effectiveness. PBSP–other questionnaire (with 15 questions) and the items of employees effectiveness questionnaire consisted  20 questions includes: Job satisfaction 6 questions, job stress 6 questions, job performance 4 questions and intend to stay 4 questions. After translation process  and confirmation, with commentary of experts, face and content validity of the questionnaire were performed using confirmatory and construct validity factor analysis. Reliability of each scale was tested: POSP_other Cronbach's alpha =0/95 and employees effectiveness Cronbach's alpha=.81. Pearson correlation coefficient and hierarchical multiple regression analyses were performed on data from employees. The results indicated POSP_other were: legitment, refrent, expert, reward and punishment respectively and significant relationship were found between PBSP-other and employees effectiveness, r=0/35. Hierarchical multiple regression analyses revealed that amoung power bases, referent power was better predictor for employees effectiveness.
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Accepted: 2022/03/31 | Published: 2014/03/15

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