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Volume 4 | Issue 12 | 2021
Author(S): Mohammad Irfan and Fayiza Manzoor Ahmed*
Corresponding Author Affiliation*: Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM), Malaysia
According to leadership literature, current transformational leadership styles are associated with job satisfaction to varying degrees. According to several studies, transformational leadership leads to higher levels of job satisfaction. Given the current state of the Pakistani business market, the study’s overarching goal was to investigate the relationship between transformational leadership styles and employees’ levels of innovativeness and job satisfaction in the Pakistani private sector. To achieve the study’s objectives, a quantitative study was conducted. Questionnaires were distributed to employees in Pakistan’s private sector from a predetermined target population. The data collected was analysed using statistical software. According to the study’s findings, there are statistically significant relationships between overall transactional leadership, employee innovativeness, and job satisfaction, as well as overall transformational leadership and job satisfaction. This study is one of the few that focuses on the private sector to help improve understanding of how to manage and retain employees in the private sector. These findings are also useful for the Asia-Pacific private sector in maintaining the work-life balance of affective commitments, which leads to positive in-role performance.
Keywords: Leadership, Leadership styles, Job satisfaction, employees, Private sector
Print ISSN: 2616-5163 Online ISSN: 2616-4655
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