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Interrelation of Factors of Perceived Leadership Style and Job Satisfaction

Student: Veronika Dalskaya

Supervisor: Aleksandr Vecherin

Faculty: Faculty of Social Sciences

Educational Programme: Psychology (Bachelor)

Year of Graduation: 2019

Over the past few decades, researchers have been studying the specific features and benefits of various leadership styles. One of the main directions of such research is to define the relationship between leadership style and employee`s job satisfaction. Previous research has demonstrated an interrelation between transformational leadership, transactional leadership, and subordinates` job satisfaction. Also, the previous results reveal that transformational leadership has more effectiveness in western organizations. The general purpose of this project is to trace the interrelation between perceived leadership style and employee`s job satisfaction in the context of Russian organizations and to compare results with foreign studies. The methods used in carrying out the study are MLQ, MSQ and OCAI questionnaires. The results assume the interrelation between perceived leadership style and subordinates` job satisfaction. Moreover, it is supposed to reveal the peculiarities of organizational culture in Russian companies that can influence the perceived style of leadership and job satisfaction.

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