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Mediating the effects of work-life conflict between transformational leadership and health-care workers' job satisfaction and psychological wellbeing

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posted on 08.08.2012, 08:06 by Fehmidah MunirFehmidah Munir, Karina Nielsen, Anne H. Garde, Karen Albertsen, Isabella G. Carneiro
The importance of work-life balance for job satisfaction and well-being among healthcare employees is well-recognised. Evidence shows that transformational leadership style is linked to psychological well-being. It is possible that transformational leadership is also associated with employees’ perceptions of work-life conflict, thereby influencing their job satisfaction and well-being. This study examined these relationships within Danish elderly care. A longitudinal design was used with a baseline and 18 month follow-up questionnaire (N = 188). Regression analyses showed that transformational leadership style was directly associated with perceptions of work-life conflict, job satisfaction and psychological well-being. Work-life conflict mediated between transformational leadership and well-being, but not job satisfaction. The findings suggest transformational leadership style may improve perceptions of work-life balance and employee well-being.

Funding

This research was funded by the Danish Working Environment Research Fund, grant 16-2004-09.

History

School

  • Sport, Exercise and Health Sciences

Citation

MUNIR, F. ... et al, 2012. Mediating the effects of work-life conflict between transformational leadership and health-care workers' job satisfaction and psychological wellbeing. Journal of Nursing Management, 20 (4), pp.512-521.

Publisher

© Wiley-Blackwell

Version

AM (Accepted Manuscript)

Publication date

2012

Notes

This article was closed access. It was published in the Journal of Nursing Management: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/journal/10.1111/(ISSN)1365-2834/

ISSN

0966-0429

eISSN

1365-263X

Language

en