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Proceedings of the IOARP International Conference on Management, Leadership, and Entrepreneurship

Leadership Styles and their Impact on Faculty Job Satisfaction: Case Study of a Public Sector University in South Asia


Yousaf Raheel, Muhammad Arshad Khalil, Mohammad Amer Shahzad


Research to-date has focused mainly on the impact of leadership styles of academic administrators of primary and secondary education institutions on faculty job satisfaction. There was however a growing need to investigate the correlation between leadership styles of academic administrators of higher education institutions i.e. universities particularly the public sector universities in South Asia on job satisfaction of faculty.
Through use of Multifactor Leadership Questionnaire, this paper identifies the leadership styles of several academic administrators of the public sector university in question who have served on this role during past 12 years. An assessment of faculty job satisfaction was performed through Job Satisfaction Survey whereas a correlation between various styles of leadership adopted by the academic administrators of the university in question and their impact on faculty job satisfaction has been studied.

Leadership styles, faculty job satisfaction, Multifactor Leadership Questionnaire, Job Satisfaction Survey. 

Proceedings of the IOARP International Conference on Management, Leadership, and Entrepreneurship
2015
18-19 December, 2015
London, United Kingdom
Proceedings of the IOARP International Conference on Management, Leadership, and Entrepreneurship (IOARP ICMLE 2015)
15 April 2016
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GDL-ICMLE15-001
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