The Relationship Between the Serving Leadership and Ability of Managers With Organizational Trust of Sport Clubs Staffs in Erzurum

Gul Eda Burmaoglu


The main purpose of the present study was to investigate the relationship between the serving leadership and the managers' ability with organizational trust of sport clubs staffs in Erzurum. The research methodology was established based on correlation-descriptive type of study; it also was an applied type of study regarding to its purpose. The information had been gathered as field-based using the related questionnaire from all staffs of Erzurum Clubs. The research data was also gathered as ranking, qualitative and frequency-based in this regard. The statistical population of the related study was included all staffs of Erzurum Clubs. The number of the related staffs was reached to 230 people that the number of the subjects was also taken up from every club. The number of the total staffs for every sport club in Erzurum based on the information and statistics center was 230 people in 2016. The statistical sample using Morgan Table was also reached to 140 people in this study. Three questionnaires of the serving leadership, managers' ability and organizational trust were also applied in order to gather the related data testifying the related hypotheses in this research. The correlation coefficient and t-test and regression analysis also were applied in order to analyze the obtained data in this study. The results showed that there was observed a significant relationship between the scales of the serving leadership (humiliation, trust, serving and kindness) and the ability of managers with the organizational trust in Tabriz Sport Club.

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Journal of Education and Training Studies  ISSN 2324-805X (Print)   ISSN 2324-8068 (Online)

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