Document Type: Original Article
Associate Professor, Department of Educational Sciences, Lamerd Branch, Islamic Azad University, Lamerd
PhD. Student of Philosophy of Lamerd Unit Education
The present study investigates the relationship between leadership style and job satisfaction among employees of the Department of Education in Bushehr Province. For this purpose, five sub-hypotheses and one main hypothesis were designed and the information needed to analyze the research hypotheses was designed via a questionnaire which was calculated 80 people in statistical sample based on Cochran's formula and selected by simple random sampling method, and questionnaires were distributed. All questionnaires were fully received. To test the hypotheses, Pearson correlation coefficient was used. Considering the analysis of the findings and testing the hypotheses one to five, there is a relationship between leadership style and job satisfaction of employees. The present study is correlational. Correlation research is divided into two general groups based on the objective of the research. The first category relates to research that aims to investigate bipartite correlations, which means that the researcher wants to examine the relationship between variables of job satisfaction and leadership style. The second category is a research that is carried out through regression analysis, covariance analysis, or correlation matrix. The purpose of this study was to investigate the relationship between leadership style and job satisfaction among the employees of the Education Department of Bushehr Province and its role on their performance.