عنوان مقاله [English]
The present study was made with the aim of Investigating the Effect of distributed leadership on Job engagement and Self- efficacy of teachers, with the centrality of organizational-based self-esteem. The current study is a descriptive-correlational research with Structural equation modeling approach. The population of the study consisted of all elementary schools female teachers in Khorramabad city to number 850, the sample volume 233 people using Krejci and Morgan table; and with a view to a maximum of free parameters in assumed routes structural equations models study; was chosen by relative class sampling method. Data were collected through questionnaires Elmore distributed leadership, Pierce et al. organizational-based self-esteem, Schaufeli et al. Job engagement, and Tschannen-Moran & Woolfolk Self- efficacy; that construct validity and reliability using Cronbach's alpha was confirmed. The data were analyzed using the software spss 23 and amos 23. research results showed that Exogenous variable (distributed leadership) in addition to direct and significant Effect on All endogenous variables (organizational-based self-esteem, Job engagement, and Self- efficacy); By organizational-based self-esteem of teachers, has an indirect role in explaining their Self- efficacy. the results also represents direct and significant Effect organizational-based self-esteem on Self- efficacy of teachers. But Wasn't significant the Effect organizational-based self-esteem on Job engagement of teachers.