The Relationships Between the Leadership Tendencies, Job Satisfaction and Burnout of Guidance and Research Centre Managers

  • Begüm Satıcı Yildiz Technical University
  • Mustafa Topal

Abstract

Leadership styles, job satisfaction and professional burnout adopted by individuals in managerial positions in an organization appear as important concepts. In this context, the concepts of leadership styles, job satisfaction and professional burnout constitute the main variables of this study. The aim of the research is to examine the relationship between the leadership styles, job satisfaction and professional burnout adopted by the managers working in the Guidance and Research Centres within the scope of the specified variables. In line with the stated purpose, 138 managers working in the Guidance and Research Centre constitute the sample of the study. As a result of the analyses, It has been found that there is a significant relationship between the leadership styles of the managers in the Guidance and Research Centres and job burnout and job satisfaction and various sub-dimensions of the variables.

Published
2022-09-14