Paper Title
The Impact of Leadership Styles of Hospital Units Managers on Employees’ Job Satisfaction

The purpose of this research to explore the impact of leadership styles of hospital unit’s managers on employees’ job satisfaction in the Jordanian Public Hospitals. A survey was conducted on 672 employees including 336 doctors and 336 nurses were asked to rate how frequently their unit manager demonstrated each leadership style on a five-point scale and present employee’s job satisfaction. The result of this research indicated that leadership styles have a strong positive impact on employees’ job satisfaction (.60, C.R= 8.21, p= .00). This study provides essential link between impact of leadership style and employees’ job satisfaction, and how the leadership style can play great role increasing employees’ job satisfaction in hospitals. Index terms: Leadership styles, Employees’ job satisfaction, Hospital unit’s managers.