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Department of Social Sciences, Faculty of Humanities, University of Dezful, Dezful, Iran

Received: 13 January 2021                      Accepted: 22 February 2021                  Published: 01 March 2021


 10.22034/JHI.2021.122570                                                                       XML Files


In this research, by adopting a survey strategy, we examine the effect of servant leadership on organizational health with the role of mediator team work. The leadership of the servant as one of the new leadership models in the organization has been considered by researchers and executive executives in recent years. On the other hand, the Social Security Organization in the third millennium needs a leadership style to maintain and increase its credibility and effectiveness, according to Peterson’s study, including serving, friendship, moral affection, modesty and modesty, trustworthiness, prospects and empowerment is considered. Therefore, the sample of this study was selected by social security organization of Khuzestan province by stratified sampling. Thus, the collected data were collected from 120 questionnaires distributed among them by means of partial least squares method (SPSS) through statistical software SPSS was analyzed. The results showed that the applied structural equation model is a strong theoretical model for predicting team effectiveness through service leader and organizational health. Also, the variable of servant leadership as independent variable and teamwork as an associated variable, which in this test shows a meaningful relationship between these two variables. The variable of leadership and teamwork of both independent organizational health as an associated variable in this team work test has a significant relationship with organizational health but there is no significant relationship with the leadership of the servant. In this test, teamwork has had a significant negative effect on the leadership of the servant and there is a lack of correlation and a negative relationship.