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Mediating Effect of Social capital between Transformational leadership and Organizational Commitment of Nurses in Hospitals
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 Title & Authors
Mediating Effect of Social capital between Transformational leadership and Organizational Commitment of Nurses in Hospitals
Kim, Soon-gu; Seo, Young-sook;
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 Abstract
This study examined the mediating effects of social capital between transformational leadership and organizational commitment in hospitals nurses`. The survey was conducted with 244 nurses working in a general hospital. The data was collected with the transformational leadership, social capital and organizational commitment and analyzed using the SPSS/WIN 21.0 and Amos 18.0. A positive relationship was observed between transformational leadership, social capital, and organizational commitment; social capital had a partial mediating effect of a transformational leadership and organizational commitment. To increase the organizational commitment, mediating between the head nurse` transformational leadership and social capital is recommended.
 Keywords
Capital;Hospitals;Leadership;Nurses;Organizational commitment;
 Language
Korean
 Cited by
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