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Research Article Open Access
This study arisen from the basic hypothesis that employees with high job satisfaction also have high organizational commitment analyzed the importance of leadership behavior for institutions through different sub-dimensions. For that purpose, while analyzing the effects of leadership behavior upon organizational commitment and job satisfaction, effects of commitment level upon employee satisfaction were also evaluated. Within the scope of the study, 234 valid questionnaires were collected from different public institutions, and the data obtained from these questionnaires were evaluated through multiple regression analyses. The analysis results indicated that leadership behaviors had a significant effect upon organizational commitment and job satisfaction; however, this effect was lower than expected. Practicing this research to the public sector where employees have been accepted as a mechanical factor of the state both provided a contribution upon the relevant literature and offered important suggestions for the practitioners.
Job satisfaction, Organizational commitment, Leadership, Institutional commitment, Business Development, Business Ethics, Business organization, Decision Making Process, Economy Policy, Emerging Markets Economy, Entrepreneuship organization, Financial Econometrics, Industrial Policy, Innovation Management, Labour Economy, Leadership and Organization Behaviour, Management Information System, Project and Team Management, Small Business, Strategy Management, Talent Management, Venture Capital, Women Entrepreneur