Leadership Styles and Organizational Commitment: Evidence from Bahrain


1. Mohammed Yousif Abo Keir,2.Marwan Mohamed Abdeldayem,3. Saeed H. Aldulaimi, 4.Horiya Mohamed Ahme
Vol-179-Issue-Nov-01-2020

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Abstract

The aim of this research is to identify the impact of leadership styles (democratic, dictatorial and transformational styles) on organizational commitment at high schools in the Kingdom of Bahrain. Two hundred and fifty-six employees were surveyed through a simple random sample. The analysis is based on the outcomes of the questionnaire survey that was given out to a representative sample of the employees of the high schools in the Kingdom of Bahrain. The researchers hypothesized that there is a positive significant impact for leadership styles (democratic, dictatorial and transformational styles) on organizational commitment at high schools in the Kingdom of Bahrain. The findings revealed that there is a positive significant impact for the leadership styles (democratic, dictatorial and transformational styles) on organizational commitment at high schools in the Kingdom of Bahrain. Moreover, the results indicated that there was no significant differences relating to the impact of leadership styles (democratic, dictatorial and transformational styles) on organizational commitment at high schools in the Kingdom of Bahrain due to the demographics (gender, age, qualification and years of experience). KEYWORDS: Democratic leadership style, Dictatorial leadership style, Transformational leadership style, organizational commitment, kingdom of Bahrain. PAGE NO : 1 -11

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