IMPACT OF LEADERSHIP STYLES ON LEADERSHIP OUTCOME (EFFECTIVENESS, SATISFACTION AND EXTRA EFFORT) IN THE PRIVATE HEALTHCARE SECTOR IN JORDAN
AbstractBackground: It can be concluded from past studies that the grounds for day to day exchanges amid leaders and workers are based on leadership styles, and work procedures are assisted and boosted by them. Purpose: To investigate the nature and importance of leadership styles and behaviours of head nurse managers is the purpose of this research; its purpose also includes their influence on diverse organizational outcomes that are part of leader’s efficiency and job satisfaction of workers, together with their readiness to give more input to their work. Methodology: 24 participants were head nurse managers out of the total sample of 96; rest of the sample comprised of juniors. There were 45 things that were a part of The Multifactor Leadership Questionnaire (MLQ, Form 5- X) employed in this study to recognize and determine the important leadership styles together with their results. Findings: The transformational leadership style was discovered to be the most frequently employed style by the outcome of this research. The results also disclosed that amid the overall score of transformational leadership (TRL) and independent variables there was a positive correlation (r= 0.661**, 0.585** and 0.504** for leader effectiveness, staff job satisfaction, and extra effort, respectively). Conclusion: The quality of nursing services is greatly increased when there is an improvement in the development of transformational leadership that in turn boosts nurses’ satisfaction and additional efforts.
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Alloubani, A. M., Abdelhafiz, I. M., Abughalyun, Y., Edris, E. E. M., & Almukhtar, M. M. (2015). IMPACT OF LEADERSHIP STYLES ON LEADERSHIP OUTCOME (EFFECTIVENESS, SATISFACTION AND EXTRA EFFORT) IN THE PRIVATE HEALTHCARE SECTOR IN JORDAN. European Scientific Journal, ESJ, 11(10). Retrieved from http://eujournal.org/index.php/esj/article/view/5774