Transformational leadership, job satisfaction and employee commitment among employees at Coseke Uganda
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The main purpose of the study was to examine the relationship between transformational leadership, job satisfaction and Employee Commitment among employees at Coseke Uganda. The study is main objectives was to find the relationship between transformational leadership and job satisfaction, job satisfaction and employee commitment and finally transformational leadership and employee commitment. A correlational research design was deployed for the study and this made it possible to explore the interrelationships between variables .Sampling of this study comprised 50 respondents and included both managers and lower level employees that were both male and female.Data was analyzed using Statistical Package for Social Scientists (SPSS) and Pearson correlation coefficient was used to test for the significance of the hypothesis. As a result of this study, it has been determined that there is a significant positive correlation between transformational leadership and employee commitment, employee commitment and job satisfaction and a negative relationship between transformational leadership and job satisfaction and in conclusion the study suggested that for an organization to achieve its objectives the employers in this case who are the transformational leaders should put in place a working environment that favors the employees for them to feel committed to the job they do and also in the long run derive satisfaction from the job and this can be achieved through establishing closer relationships with the employees they lead and at times delegating significant roles and this in turn makes the employees feel their importance on the job.