Correlation Between Headroom’s Leadership Style and Implementing Nurse Job Satisfaction In Long Stay Wards of Mangusada Regional Hospital

  • I Dewa Agung Gde Fanji Pradiptha STIKES Bina Usada Bali
  • Ni Putu Eva Yuliastini Dewi STIKES Bina Usada Bali
  • Nyoman Putri Sriadi STIKES Bina Usada Bali
  • IGAA Sherlyna Prihandhani STIKES Bina Usada Bali
  • Ika Purwanto Akademi Keperawatan Yatna Yuana Lebak
Keywords: Leadership Style, Job Satisfaction, Nurses

Abstract

The purpose of this study was to determine the correlation between headroom’s leadership style and implementing nurse job satisfaction in long stay wards of Mangusada Regional Hospital. The design used in this study was Cross-Sectional with 138 sample selected through Purposive Sampling technique. The research instrument used was questionnaire sheet to assess headroom’s leadership style and nurse job satisfaction. The results showed that the headroom used more democratic leadership style (87%) and the level of nurse job satisfaction was more in the moderate category (77.5%). The Lambda statistical test showed that there was correlation between headroom’s leadership style and implementing nurse job satisfaction in the long stay wards of Mangusada Regional Hospital (p-value = 0.008). This research can be used as a reference source for nursing services to increase job satisfaction through a good leadership style

Published
2021-05-16
How to Cite
Pradiptha, I., Dewi, N., Sriadi, N., Prihandhani, I., & Purwanto, I. (2021). Correlation Between Headroom’s Leadership Style and Implementing Nurse Job Satisfaction In Long Stay Wards of Mangusada Regional Hospital. STRADA Jurnal Ilmiah Kesehatan, 10(1), 1009-1016. https://doi.org/10.30994/sjik.v10i1.769