EXAMINING THE ROLE OF LEADERSHIP STYLES IN CONFLICT BETWEEN WORK AND FAMILY AMONG PUBLIC RELATIONS STAFF OF BANK BRANCHES IN SANANDAJJournal: International journal of ecosystems and ecology science (IJEES) (Vol.7, No. 3)
Publication Date: 2017-07-01
Authors : Mohammad Saif Panahi; Roya Shakeri;
Page : 523-530
Keywords : leadership styles; work-family conflict; state banks; private banks; Sanandaj;
The aim of this study is to examine the role of leadership styles in conflict between work and family among public relations staff of bank branches in Sanandaj. Given the population of 150 people, sample size has been calculated as 108 people according to Cochran's formula that is done by stratified sampling with proportional allocation. Data coolection tools are leadership style questionnaires by Clark (1998) and work-family conflict questionnaire by Carlson et al. (2000). Cronbach's alpha of 90% and 87% for the questionnaire showed acceptable reliability of the questionnaires. According to the research findings, authoritarian, benevolent, and participatory leadership styles have a significant positive correlation with work-family conflict among public relation staff of state-owned and private banks in Sanandaj. Thus, the existence of the mentioned styles leads to more work-family conflict. The findings also show a significant negative relationship. Thus, by adopting consultative leadership style, work-family conflict among public relation staff of state-owned and private banks in Sanandaj reduces.
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