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درجة ممارسة القيادة التبادلية لدى مديري المدارس الثانوية بمحافظات غزة ‏
وعلاقتها بمستوى البراعة التنظيمية لديهم
 

مروان المصري ‏

جامعة القدس المفتوحة، فلسطين

Doi://10.47015/16.1.5                           

JJES,16(1), 2020, 65-82

ملخص: هدفت الدراسة الحالية إلى التعرف إلى درجة ممارسة القيادة التبادلية لدى مديري ‏المدارس الثانوية بمحافظات غزة، وعلاقتها بمستوى البراعة التنظيمية لديهم من ‏وجهة نظر المعلّمين. استخدمت الدراسة المنهج الوصفي الارتباطي. تكونت العينة ‏من (‏‎459‎‏) معلّماً ومعلّمة، طبقت عليهم استبانة. توصلت الدراسة إلى أن درجة ‏ممارسة المديرين للقيادة التبادلية كانت "كبيرة"، وأن مستوى البراعة التنظيمية ‏لدى المديرين كان "كبيراً" أيضاً. كما وُجدت علاقة ارتباطية موجبة ذات دلالة ‏إحصائية بين درجة ممارسة المديرين للقيادة التبادلية ومستوى البراعة التنظيمية ‏لديهم.‏


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الكلمات المفتاحية: القيادة التبادلية، البراعة التنظيمية، محافظات غزة، ‏المدارس الثانوية).‏


 

 

The Degree of Practicing Transactional Leadership among Secondary School Principals in Gaza Governorates and its Relation to their Level of Organizational Ambidexterity

 

Marwan El-Massry, Al-Quds Open University,Palestine Arabia

 

Abstract:

This study aimed at identifying the degree of practicing transactional leadership among secondary school principals in Gaza governorates, and its relation to their level of organizational ambidexterity, from teachers’ point of view. The study used the descriptive correlative approach.The sample consisted of (459) male and female teachers, who were invited to fill in a questionnaire. The study found that the degree of principals' practice of transactional leadership was "high", and that the level of organizational ambidexterity was also "high". It further revealed a positive correlation relationship between the degree of practicing transactional leadership among principals and their level of organizational ambidexterity

(Keywords: Transactional leadership, Organizational Ambidexterity, Gaza Governorates, Secondary Schools).

 

 

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