The role of transformational leadership in the classroom and students’ outcomes: A case study of the aviation institute

  • Thamarat Jangsiriwattana
Keywords: transformational leadership, student outcomes, aviation institute

Abstract

Transformational leadership is an effective leadership style that influences followers outcomes in different contexts e.g., business, non-profit organizations, and educational setting. The role of instructors as transformational leaders in the classroom can influence students’ outcomes, both objective and subjective. This study aims to investigate the relationship between the role of instructors as transformational leaders and student outcomes. The research method consists of (a) data collection via questionnaire, and (b) data analysis through structural equation modelling (SEM). The results contribute to the aviation institute by emphasising the role of instructors in enhancing students’ outcomes.

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Published
2018-06-25
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Research articles