Designing an Organizational Health model Based on Job Motivation and Emotional Intelligence in Medical Universities of Kerman Province

Document Type : Research Paper


Department of Management, Kerman Branch, Islamic Azad University, Kerman, Iran


Introduction & Objective: The present study was an attempt to design an organizational health model based on job motivation and emotional intelligence in Hospitals of Kerman province. It was survey to evaluate the emotional factors in the medical environments.
Method: The research method is exploratory-mixed. It is also developmental-applied in terms of aim. It is also a field research in terms of data collection method. First, using the Delphi method, the components were identified and the model was designed and the relationship between the variables was examined using a designed questionnaire, which its validity and reliability were confirmed. The statistical population of the present study included all 17928 employees working in Hospitals of Kerman province, of which 1524 people were selected as the sample size through Cochran's formula by using stratified random sampling.  Data collection tools were researcher-made questionnaires of organizational health questionnaire, job motivation questionnaire, and emotional intelligence questionnaire with a five-point Likert scale
Results: The validity of results was confirmed by university professors and experts and their reliability was calculated by Cronbach's alpha coefficient. In examining the characteristics of organizational health model, the results of factor analysis showed that all dimensions of organizational health, job motivation and emotional intelligence are approved and based on the validity indicators of the model, it can be accepted that the proposed model has acceptable validity. Based on the research results, the mean score of organizational health, job motivation and emotional intelligence in the studied sample was 4.13, 3.95 and 4.18, respectively, indicating that organizational health and its two dimensions (institutional and administrative) were in very good status and technical dimension was in good status, job motivation and the dimensions of internal (mental) and external (health) factors were in good status, and emotional intelligence and its four components (awareness, facilitation, cognition, control) were in very good state, and components (social skills and optimism) were in good status
Conclusion: The component of job progress and development was ranked first, the component of job importance was ranked second, and the component of way of supervising, self-control, responsibility, recognition and appreciation, job satisfaction and job security were ranked third to eighth, respectively. According to the research results, it is recommended to create an intimate atmosphere in the organization for employees to increase job motivation and emotional intelligence, since it results in increasing organizational health and finally organizational success.