The Effect of Perceived Servant-Leadership on Employees' Job Satisfaction

Tamer K. Darwish, Farid T. Nusairat

Abstract


The main objective of this study is to examine the effect of the perceived servant leadership characteristics on the employees' job satisfaction in Telecommunications sector in Jordan. The perception of servant leadership was measured using the organizational Leadership Assessment (OLA) developed by Dr. James Laub.

The results show that there is a positive and statistical significance relationship of the perceived servant leadership characteristics on the employees' job satisfaction, and emphasizing the importance of the effect of all the characteristics of perceived servant leadership(values people, develops people, builds community, displays authenticity, provides leadership, and shares leadership) on the employees' job satisfaction, the results show also that there were no unique contributions according to the demographic variables (Age, Gender, and Duration in the workforce).


Keywords


Servant Leadership, Job Satisfaction, Perceived.

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