Leadership Competencies Leadership competencies and job satisfaction among Aviation employees of Pakistan International airline (PIA)
Job satisfaction and leadership style has always been tested and correlated in the past to understand the impact of the leadership on the degree of job satisfaction of employees. Since the passage of time employee satisfaction has become a great aspect of organizational success, therefore, different theories of management and leadership have been proposed. In the recent contest, theory of leadership competencies has been developed that measures the different competencies of the managers and leaders. In the current study, three independent variables namely emotional quotient (EQ), intelligence quotient (IQ), and managerial quotient (MQ) are being tested on the employee’s job satisfaction level of PIA. Data was gathered by questionnaires and 212 responses were received. SPSS were applied for analysis of data and there is a confirming connection amid job satisfaction and the EQ, MQ, and IQ of PIA employees along with the positive relationship between the Leadership competencies (LC) and the job satisfaction and lastly the significant relationship between job satisfactions.
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