Leadership for the Implementation of the Organizational Strategy Before Covid-19 in Technological Higher Secondary Education
Keywords:Liderazgo, pandemic, educational institution, strategy, eficacia
Objetive. The objective of this work was to identify the effect of transformational leadership and transactional leadership in the design and implementation of organizational strategy in the phase of the COVID-19 pandemic. Method. Quantitative methodology was used with a non-experimental cross-sectional design, the scope was descriptive and correlational. The instruments were applied to 294 workers from six Technological Higher Secondary Education Institutions located in Tabasco, Mexico. Results. Significant correlations were found between transformational and transactional leadership in relation to the design and implementation of strategies that have been carried out in these educational institutions. Another finding was that sociodemographic characteristics such as gender, marital status, and job seniority do not influence the levels of perception of the design or implementation of organizational strategies. Conclusions. It is concluded that leadership styles in the institution are related to and influence the design and implementation of the proposed strategies.
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