Measuring the Impact of Transformational Leadership on Employee Performance: Scale Validation based on Pilot Study
This study aimed to measure scale validation based on pilot study. Primary data acquired through the instrument containing five relevant choices based on close-ended questions. Data acquired from the teaching staff of University of Sindh, Jamshoro, which included permanent faculty members such as; Professors, Associate Professors, Assistant Professors and Lecturers and non-permanent faculty members such as; Teaching Assistants and Visiting Tutors. A sum of 100 instruments delivered to the target population using the simple random sampling technique and received back for data analysis and interpretation. Data were analyzed and interpreted through SPSS and PLS-SEM. Items which could not attain thresholds of certain statistical tests were considered to be revised or revisited. However remaining items were deemed good to collect more data and complete the main study. This study particularly highlighted the errors of the instrument based on pilot test and suggested solutions to revise or revisit particular items which may cause problems in the future while data analysis and interpretation for the main study.
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