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Relationship between leadership style and perceived organizational justice
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Introduction: The first and most important source which staff face to it in justice implementation in organization is head or direct director who is responsible to all personnel with complete authority.
 Aim: the aim of this study was assessing relationship between head nurses’ leadership style and perceived organizational justice by nurses, especially in which one of styles nurses’ conceptions of justice is more than other.
Method: This descriptive study was conducted in public teaching hospitals related to Shahid Beheshti Medical Sciences University in 2014. Blake and Mouton (1960) Management Network Questionnaire was used for supervisors and Niehoff and Moorman (1993) Organizational Justice Questionnaire was used for nurses. And 50 supervisors were participated by census method and 336 questionnaires were distributed to available nurses in units. Validity indicator of Black and Mouton management network questionnaire was 15.98% in clarity and 4.94% in simplicity. Reliability Black and Mouton management network questionnaire was evaluated using Cronbach’s alpha (α =0.85) and test re test (r =0.90). Validity indicator of Organizational Justice Questionnaire was 32.82% in clarity and 56.81% in simplicity. Reliability Organizational Justice Questionnaire was evaluated using Cronbach’s alpha (α =0.93). Analysis of data was done by statistics software for social science 20th version and by Independent One-Way Variance, Toky, ANOWA, and Kroskalvalis analysis.
Findings: The results showed that the highest numbers of nurses were under the team leadership style and by using of One-Way Variance analysis, the mean of justice organization in 4 groups of leadership style was significant (P = 0.031). In other words, in different styles of leadership, nurses’ conception of organizational justice is different and the mean of organizational justice in club style is more than other leadership styles.
Conclusion: This result indicates that nurses in hospitals require more attention and support from their supervisors.
Keywords: leadership style, organizational justice, management network, head nurse, nurse
     
Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2016/02/7 | Accepted: 2017/07/4 | Published: 2017/08/14
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فصلنامه مدیریت پرستاری Quarterly Journal of Nursing Management
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