The Relationships between Professors’ Super-Leadership, Self-Leadership, and Career Preparation Behavior in College Students – Sport Mont
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Chul-Ho Bum1, Kyongmin Lee2

1Kyung Hee University, Graduate School of Physical Education, Yongin, Korea
2Jeonju University, Department of Sports Coaching, Jeonju, Korea

The Relationships between Professors’ Super-Leadership, Self-Leadership, and Career Preparation Behavior in College Students

Sport Mont 2018, 16(2), 39-44 | DOI: 10.26773/smj.180607

Abstract

The present study investigated the structural relationship among professors’ super-leadership, students’ self-leadership, and students’ career preparation behavior in students majoring in physical education in South Korea. The results of analysis of the final 232 responses using SPSS 23.0 and AMOS 23.0 statistical programs were as follows. The modeling, goal setting, and encouragement and guidance of super-leadership of university physical education professors improved the behavioral strategies of students’ self-leadership. In addition, the modeling and goal setting were found to improve cognitive strategies. Other sub-factors were not statistically significant. Lastly, the behavioral and cognitive strategies of students’ self-leadership increased their career preparation behavior. The results of the present study are expected to be useful not only for professors who guide students but also students in these days of a low youth employment rate.

Keywords

super-leadership, self-leadership, career preparation, college students



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