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Title: Relationship between Leadership Behaviors and JobSatisfaction among Nurses in Hospitals of South KordofanState, Sudan
Authors: Waleed Ali Ahmed Mohammed
Charuwan Tadadej
จารุวรรณ ธาดาเดช
Wirin Kittipichai
วิริณธิ์ กิตติพิชัย
Krit Pongpirul
มหาวิทยาลัยมหิดล. คณะสาธารณสุขศาสตร์
Sudan. South Kordofan State. Ministry of Health
Thailand. Mahidol University. Faculty of Public Health
Thailand. Chulalongkorn University. Faculty of Medicine
USA. Baltimore. Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
Keywords: leadership behavior;job satisfaction;nurses;South Kordofan State;Sudan;วารสารพยาบาลศาสตร์;The Journal of Nursing Science;Open Access article
Issue Date: 2557
Citation: Journal of Nursing Science. Vol.32, No. 4 ( October - December 2014), 70-77
Abstract: Purpose: This study aimed to assess job satisfaction of nurses working at hospitals in South Kordofan State, Sudan and its relationship with transformational and transactional leadership behaviors.Design: Cross-sectional survey research.Methods: This study collected data from 184 nurses working at four hospitals in South Kordofan State, Sudan, using self-administered questionnaires. Descriptive statistics and Pearson’s correlation was used to analyze general characteristics and association between transformational and transactional leadership behaviors and job satisfaction.Main findings: Almost half of the nurses (46.2%) had low levels of job satisfaction. They also predominantly reported low levels of transformational leadership (38.6%) and transactional leadership (52.2%). Job satisfaction was positively correlated with both transformational (r = .75; p < .001) and transactional leadership behaviors (r = .71; p < .001).Conclusion and recommendations: Strong correlations between leadership behaviors and job satisfaction of nurses in Sudan suggest a solution to help alleviate the nursing shortage problem in South Kordofan State, Sudan. With good leadership behaviors, nurses would be more likely satisfied with the working conditions and would not only be willing to stay, but also perform their best to provide high quality care to their patients.
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