Paper Information

Journal:   POLICE MEDICINE   WINTER 2013 , Volume 1 , Number 3 (3); Page(s) 162 To 169.
 
Paper:  SERVANT LEADERSHIP IN HOSPITAL MANAGEMENT: A FOCUS ON NAJA VALI-E-ASR(A) HOSPITAL AS A CASE STUDY
 
Author(s):  DELKHOSH KASMAIE ABOLGHASEM*, JAFARI MOHAMMAD, NIROOMAND POORANDOKHT
 
* POLICE UNIVERSITY, TEHRAN, IRAN
 
Abstract: 

Background: This paper aims to survey different parameters of servant leadership model and proposes a theoretical scheme to apply in hospital management. It additionally examines the applicability of this model in Police Hospitals.
Materials and Methods: The study exploits an applied-development approach as well as a descriptive-survey design among 374 members of hospital executives, physicians and faculty members in two categories. The sample was chosen by Ray Morgan research population estimation method. 251 members were chosen based on simple random sampling. Data gathering was done according to the Likert-type scale with 7 levels and the reliability of 0.89. Moreover, statistical analysis was based on confirmatory factor analysis examination, structural equation modeling as well as fitting model with SPSS and Lisrel toolkits.
Results: The analysis of data showed that enabler and insightfulness are the most and the less important characteristics of servant-based leadership in hospital management with the factor weighting of 0.79 and 0.3 respectively. Additionally, the second order conformity factor analysis and the final fitting index demonstrated that twelve variables out of the total number of eighteen were confirmed. So five characteristics and twelve variables were confirmed at the end. It is mentionable that highly agreeable fitting scales (RMSEA=0.098, GFI=0.95, AGFI=0.94) show a reliable fitting pattern.
Conclusion: It can be concluded that having a comprehensive enabling plan is the most important expectations of members from an executive chief in a servant leadership approach. Therefore we suggest holding workshops for hospital managers in the light of operational leadership and empowering employees to increase their skill in planning.

 
Keyword(s): HOSPITAL MANAGEMENT, LEADERSHIP MODEL, SERVANT LEADERSHIP
 
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