Examining the relationship and anticipating organizational commitment based on the components of emotional intelligence on physical education teachers

Khald Dodeman, Jalal Jaha Panah, Shabnam Zinali, Roghaeyh Hasan Nejad

Abstract


This study aims to explore the dimensions of organizational commitment components of emotional intelligence of physical education teachers working in government schools. The study uses the descriptive research methodology correlation. The study uses sample of 56 teachers of physical education, an example of the total number.  The data is collected from the questionnaires organizational commitment of Meyer and Allen (1990). Emotional intelligence one of Bradbry & Graves (2004) was used. The validity of the questionnaires, and psychological specialists’ education were used to assess the reliability.  In a preliminary study, the Cronbach's alpha coefficient was used.   The sample comprised of 30 questionnaires, organizational commitment α=0/872 and emotional intelligence questionnaire and    =α 0/947, respectively. Data after collecting survey-based research hypotheses used multiple regression analysis by NOAA.  The results indicate that there is a significant positive relationship between the components of emotional intelligence and organizational commitment     2- the component emotional intelligence, and relationship management are the most potent predictor of organizational commitment.


Keywords


emotional intelligence, organizational commitment, school managers.

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