DEVELOPING A CONCEPTUAL MODEL FOR THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN TRANSFORMATIONAL LEADERSHIP, ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE, AND EMPLOYEE’S PERFORMANCE AND TEAM PERSONALITY AND ORGANIZATIONAL LEARNING
Employee performance is important factor for the success of any organization. Despite the growing number of research on this topic, previous study ignored the critical role of team personality and organizational learning on leadership and organizational culture regarding the performance of employee. Therefore, the current study aims to investigate the role of transformational leadership and organizational culture in improving the performance of employees in higher education sector. In addition, this study investigates the moderating effect of organizational learning and team personality. Relevant theoretical foundations were used in building the study’s model namely Campbell model. The context of this study is institution of higher education in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. To examine the hypothesized model, the quantitative research design was employed. This study will use non-probability sampling techniques. The questionnaires will be adapted from existing studies and designed with the aim of collecting only crucial information regarding to the research questions and enable analysis and interpretation. Questionnaires will be distributed among the academics working in the higher education system of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Personalized invites and mailed questionnaires will be used based on the preferences and availability of the participants. To test the proposed hypotheses, Structural Equation Modeling (SEM) approached will be used as statistical analysis tools for analyzing data and hypotheses testing. This study is expected to produce significant contributions in term of theoretical and managerial.
Employees’ Performance, Organizational Learning, Transformational leadership, organizational culture, Team Personality, Higher Education.