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Volume 3 | Issue 2 | 2020
Author(S): Muhammad Rozien Zakwan Bin Ab Rahman*, Amer Hamzah Bin Jantan
Corresponding Author Affiliation*: University Putra Malaysia (UPM), Malaysia
Additional and more firms nowadays face adaptive challenges: changes in societies, markets, and technology around the globe are forcing them to clarify their values, develop new ways, and learn new ways that of operative. Therefore, the most significant task for leaders within the face of such challenges is mobilizing individuals throughout the organization to try and do adaptive work. Leadership plays an important role in verifying the amount of organisational commitment, organisational culture and job satisfaction in a corporation. The results obtained through this study will assist high management in creating sophisticated and strategic choices concerning future employment practices and trends.
Keywords: Leadership Behavior, organisational Commitment, organisational Culture, Job Satisfaction, Public University Malaysia.