RESEARCH ON THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SHEPHERD LEADERSHIP AND ORGANIZATIONAL COMMITMENT OF NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATIONS
This study uses the Bible to compare the shepherds with the shepherds to lead believers. It is hoped that the key elements of non-profit organization leadership can be identified from the shepherd leadership theory in order to motivate employees and increase their commitment to the organization. This study adopted a questionnaire, sent out questionnaires for the staff attached to the Catholic Diocese of Taichung eight special education institutions, valid questionnaires were 218 copies, with correlation analysis, back return analysis to explore various relationships between variables. The results of the study found that: ( 1 ) "The behavior of letting subordinates identify" in shepherd leadership can predict the "employee loyalty" of organizational commitment. ( 2 ) "Sense of mission" in shepherd leadership can predict "employee loyalty" promised by the organization. ( 3 ) The "behavior of subordinates", "mission", and "fairness" led by shepherds can simultaneously predict the "loyalty of employees" promised by the organization. This research provides recommendations for non-profit organization leaders and future research based on the findings.
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