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|Title:||READINESS FOR CHANGE AS A MECHANISM LINKINGMINDFULNESS AND LEADERSHIPSTYLE WITHLECTURER’SCOMMITMENT TO TEACHING ENTREPRENEURSHIPS:A STUDY OFTHAILANDCONTEXT|
|Publisher:||Psychology and Education Journal|
|Abstract:||The aim of this research is to explore the impact of mindfulness and transformational leadership (TL) on lecturer’s commitment to teaching entrepreneurship (CTE) with a mechanism of readiness for change (RFC) in Thailand polytechnic institutes. The crosssection survey technique is used in this research. 169 lecturers from polytechnics were the respondents in this research. Partial least square-structural equation modeling (PLS-SEM) approach was used to analyze the data. The findings have shown that RFC mediates the link between TL and CTE. Mindfulness and TL have no significant effect on CTE. The link between mindfulness and CTE is not mediated by RFC. The role of lecturers RFC should be understood by higher education. The reason for this is that RFC mediates the association between TL and CTE. This research explains the mediation of RFC to affect the association between TL and lecturers CTE in the context of Thailand polytechnics.|
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