A study of the relationship between instructors’ perception towards president’s transformational leadership and job satisfaction in Pu’er University Yunnan Province, China

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2022
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Bangkok : Assumption University Press
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Scholar: Human Sciences 14, 1 (January-June 2022), 340-350
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This study was a quantitative study to determine a relationship between the instructor’s perception of president transformational leadership and job satisfaction at Pu’er University Yunnan Province, China. There were three research objectives in this study: (1) to determine the instructor’s perception of the importance of the president’s transformational leadership, (2) to determine the instructors’ level of Job Satisfaction in Pu’er University Yunnan Province, China, and (3) to determine if there is a relationship between instructor’s perception towards president transformational leadership and job satisfaction in Pu’er University Yunnan Province, China.
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