International Journal of Management, Accounting and Economics
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Volume 4, No. 5, May 2017 Pages: 565 - 577
The Relationship between organizational commitment and spiritual intelligence with job performance in physical education staff in East Azerbaijan province
Masume Faraji, Shahram Begzadeh
Corresponding author:
faraji4047[at]gmail[dot]com
Abstract:
This study aimed to investigates the relationship between organizational commitment and spiritual intelligence with job performance in physical education staff in East Azerbaijan province. This research is descriptive in nature and correlational, and the statistical universe consisted of all staff in Physical Education offices in East Azerbaijan province, of which 175 members were selected as samples by cluster sampling method. The following questionnaires were used to gather information: organizational commitment of (Allen & Meyer, 1990), Spiritual Intelligence (King, 2008) and Patterson's job performance. In the present study the reliability of questionnaires were calculated, organizational commitment, 0/73, spiritual intelligence, 0/80 and job performance, 0/83, respectively. For analysis, the Pearson correlation test was used. The results of the statistical analysis of data show that there is a significant relationship between organizational commitment and spiritual intelligence with job performance of physical education staff. The findings of this study can be emphasized in the areas of theory and practice, to strengthen employees' job performance through the applying of spiritual intelligence and increasing their organizational commitment in the governmental organizations.
Keywords:
Organizational commitment, Spiritual intelligence, Job performance, Physical education
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