Impact of Transformational Leadership on Job Satisfaction in Public Sector Institutions of Pakistan

Rizwan Khalid


The role of leadership in the positive attitudes of employees, such as the satisfaction of the organizations, has been intensively studied in the past decade. Although there are many theories for studying the different management styles, the transformational management framework has been supported by significant research. This study aims to study the role of transformational leadership on job satisfaction on employees of public institutions. Transformational leaders trust and respect their subordinates and have the ability to influence the behavior of their subordinates in a way that leads more to the work of positive and organizational outcomes. Like private institutions the employees of public institution have also same mind set. There is just need of a right strategy to get 100% out of them. Transformational leader make them inspire to feel them that reduce the rigidness of employees of public institution and their tendency to resist change get reduce. This would increase their self-confidence and their self-actualization need would get satisfied by this. They feel that they are performing something which is crystal clear and they are involved in this. So on the base of analysis of literature it is being proved that transformational leadership plays a role in job satisfaction of employees and it should be adapted to get more positive outcomes.

Keywords: Transformational leadership, job satisfaction, public institutions.

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