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Leadership Styles and Job Satisfaction in Commercial Banks of Pune

International Journal on Leadership

Volume 2 Issue 1

Published: 2014
Author(s) Name: Raju R. Shravasti, Sarang S. Bhola | Author(s) Affiliation:
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Abstract

For organizational effectiveness, job satisfaction of employees is imperative. In this respect, leadership style of managers play pivotal role to enhance the job satisfaction of employees. The researchers have used codified close-ended schedule to elicit information from commercial bank employees. They interviewed 100 employees of commercial bank (Leadership style scale adopted from Emmanuel Ogbonna and Lloyd C. Harris, August 2000). It includes thirteen variables on seven point scale ranging from one for very false to seven for very true. Job satisfaction scale was developed by Paul E. Spector (1994) has used which comprises 36 variables on seven point scale ranging from one for disagree very much to seven standing for neither agree nor disagree. The extracted data were analyzed. Chi square test was used to test the hypothesis that is, leadership styles and job satisfaction are independent. It was found that there is an association between leadership style and job satisfaction of employees of commercial banks.

Keywords: Leadership Style, Job Satisfaction, Commercial Bank

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