عنوان مقاله [English]
The purpose of this study was to determine the relationship between leadership styles of educational leaders with job satisfaction of multigrade primary school teachers in Talesh city. The research method is descriptive correlation. The statistical population of the study consists of all teachers of multigrade primary schools in Talesh city in the academic year 1398-99 with 214 people (45 females and 169 males). Statistical sample based on Krejcie and Morgan table, 134 people (28 females and 106 males) were selected by simple random sampling. Two questionnaires of Bass and Oliva leadership style and Minnesota job satisfaction were used to collect information. The face and content validity of both questionnaires were confirmed by experts and their reliability was calculated by Cronbach's alpha method of 0.81 and 0.87, respectively. Data were analyzed using descriptive statistics, Pearson correlation test and multiple regression using SPSS software. The results showedBetween service leadership style (r = 82, sig < 0.05) contingency leadership style (r = 79, sig < 0.05) transformational leadership style (r = 83, sig < 0.05) and charismatic leadership style (88 = r, sig < 0.05) There is a positive and significant relationship with job satisfaction In addition, leadership styles explain 84% of job satisfaction, so that charismatic leadership style is a better predictor of job satisfaction than other styles. Educational leaders are encouraged to move from traditional leadership styles to new leadership styles, providing job satisfaction and improving the performance of multigrade school teachers in today's changing and changing world.