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Factors of Perceived Leadership Style and Job Satisfaction Across Organizational Cultures

Student: Aleksandra Osetskaya

Supervisor: Aleksandr Vecherin

Faculty: Faculty of Social Sciences

Educational Programme: Psychology (Bachelor)

Year of Graduation: 2021

This paper analyzes the interaction between perceived leadership style and job satisfaction within different organizational cultures in contemporary Russian companies. According to the results obtained, leadership style has a significant relationship with job satisfaction: the higher the level of transformationality of the leader, the higher the indicators of job satisfaction. Significant correlations of Cameron and Quinn clan culture type with transformational leadership and job satisfaction were also found.

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