Abstract: Scientists believe that behavioral sciences of rationality are not the only stimuli of human behavior. In fact, human intelligence is influenced by human emotions and humans use their intelligences only to reach or to avoid emotional consequences such as trust, justice, fear, etc. The present study has reviewed the relationship of Gardners multiple intelligences and Parsons organizational effectiveness dimensions with the mediatory role of organizational trust in branches of Keshavarzi Bank of Lorestan Province. The research method is a descriptive-correlative method and in terms of purpose, it is an applicable research. The statistical population of this research is composed of all of the employees of Keshavarzi Bank of Lorestan Province which is 372 persons in total. The sample volume was determined to be 196 testees according to the Cochran formula. Data gathering has been done by using researchers questionnaire and its validity has also been confirmed by the supervising professor. In order to review the normality of the gathered data, the Kolmogorov Smirnov test has been used alongside with the SPSS Software version 22. And in order to test the research hypotheses and its path analysis model. Structural equation modeling method has been used by using the EQS 6.1 Software. Research findings showed that there is a significant and positive relationship between intelligence and organizations effectiveness. Therefore, intelligence has a positive causal impact on organizations effectiveness. According to the findings of the model, intelligence has influenced organizations effectiveness with a coefficient of 0.77 and organizational trust has influenced intelligence with a coefficient of 1.01 and its direct impact on organizational effectiveness is 0.87.
Seyed Najmeddin Mousavi, Zahra Akbari and Fatemeh Akbari, 2016. Review of the Relationship of Gardners Multiple Intelligences and Parsons Organizational Effectiveness Dimensions with the Mediatory Role of Organizational Trust Case Study of Branches of Keshavarzi Bank of Lorestan Province. The Social Sciences, 11: 1086-1092.