Mediating effects of relationship quality on the correlations between instructional leadership and loyalty

Authors

รศ.ดร.บุญอนันต์ พินัยทรัพย์, นายศรันย์ วิทยากรบัณฑิต

Published

Malaysian Online Journal of Educational Management

Abstract

It is necessary that educational institutions are administered by leaders with visions who can be flexible while maintaining the institutions’ missions. Instructional leadership will enable the leaders to manage effectively and to persuade teamwork to be fully engaged in dynamic educational contexts. The purpose of this study is to explore the effectiveness of instructional leadership as an independent variable to instructors’ behavior. This relates to employees’ loyalty to their leaders and institutions through the relationship quality as a mediator variable which is considered as a direct effect from instructional leadership. The research’s respondents were instructors who worked under the dual system of private vocational education institution in Thailand and the sample data was collected from 396 instructors. The result showed that almost variables has a direct impact to each other except trust in the relationship quality group. This variable has no effect on job satisfaction and institution loyalty (p< 0.05). The model explained that 60.9 percent of leader loyalty and 59.7 percent of institution loyalty were variation of instructional leadership. The finding clearly reveal the instructional leadership helps to estimate what can contribute to the relationship quality and the loyalty in educational institution. The study recommends that the board of management with instructional leadership should examine the personnel’s needs to maximize institutional personnel in a more professionally manner. (2563). THE ROLES OF SOCIAL CAPITAL AND KNOWLEDGE SHARING BEHAVIOR IN MYANMAR’S PRIVATE BANKS . ABAC Journal, 40(2), 88-103.