THE EFFECT OF TRANSFORMATIONAL LEADERSHIP AND INNOVATION ON EDUCATION PERFORMANCE: REVIEW
Ahmad Hashem Al-Assaf,1 Mohammad Al-Dweiri,1* Mohammad Jebreel2
Moayyad Al-Fawaeer,1 and Wesam Mahmoud Abulaila 1
1Department of Business Administration, Faculty of Business, Al-Zaytoonah Universty of Jordan, Jordan
2 Department of Accounting ,Faculty of Business ,Applied Science Private University, Amman, Jordan.
*Corresponding author: Mohammad Al-Dweiri, Department of Business Administration, Faculty of Business, Al-Zaytoonah Universty of Jordan
Several studies have shown that changes in leadership are related to changes in motivation, production and productivity of work teams, which has triggered a permanent search to identify the styles, skills, attitudes and behaviors that model the effectiveness of a leader. The concept of transformational leadership, its direct and indirect impact and its application are elements of great investigation and experimental importance, emerging with direct applicability in the management of organizations and universities. Bearing in mind that transformational leadership is well established that, in the same way that few important academic tasks or goals can be carried out by a person in individual work, there will also be few academic groups or universities that can aim to achieve great undertakings or goals without the intervention of a leader. The fundamental objective of this review paper was to investigate the relationship between transformational leadership and innovation in education.