The Effect of Participative Management and Self-regulation on Conflict Management of Managers with Mediate Role of Spiritual Transcendence
Purpose: The aim of this research was investigate the effect of participative management and self-regulation on conflict management of managers with mediate role of spiritual transcendence. Methodology: The present study is applied in terms of purpose and in terms of implementation, it was descriptive-correlation. The research statistical population was the male and female teachers of one and two districts of Urmia city in 2019-20 academic years. According to the Cochran’s formula, 343 people were selected as the sample by the stratified sampling method based on the service area. The research instruments was the questionnaires of participative management (Feyzi & et al, 2009), self-regulation (Bouffard & et al, 1995), conflict management (Thomas & Kilmann, 1974) and spiritual transcendence (Piedmont, 1999). Data were analyzed with methods of Pearson correlation coefficients and structural equation modeling in SPSS-19 and Smart PLS-3 software. Findings: The findings showed that participative management and self-regulation on spiritual transcendence, and participative management, self-regulation and spiritual transcendence on conflict management had a positive and direct effect. Also, participative management and self-regulation with mediating spiritual transcendence on conflict management had a positive and indirect effect (P<0.05). Studies have shown that the research the model had the fit well. Conclusion: Spiritual transcendence was a good mediator between participatory management and self-regulation with conflict management, so according to the results to improve conflict management of managers can improve the level of their participative management, self-regulation and transcendence through training workshops.