Effect of Servant Leadership style on job satisfaction of employees of public sector universities
Keywords:servant leadership, Leadership, Job Satisfaction, Higher Education
This article examines the effects of servant leader ship style of university heads on employee’s job satisfaction. The population of this study was 04 public sector universities in Multan district. Data were collected from 200 administrative staff working in four public sector universities of Multan district. Servant leader ship style of university heads was determined with the servant leader ship scale. While administrative staff job satisfaction was determined using the job satisfaction scale. Mean, standard deviation, correlation and multi-regression test was used in data analysis. Strong positive relationship was revealed between servant leader ship style of university heads and administrative staff job satisfaction and servant leader ship style was a significant predictor of employee job satisfaction.
Key words: servant leadership, job satisfaction, higher education
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