The Impact of Perceived Leadership Style on Performance Appraisal Satisfaction and Organizational Diagnosis in terms of Turnover Intention

  •  Izlem Gozukara    
  •  Zeynep Hatipoglu    
  •  Ozlem Oncel Gunes    


The present paper aimed to examine the extent to which the leadership style perceived by employees affects organizational development and employees’ satisfaction with performance appraisal system and turnover intention between such relationships. For this purpose, this study utilized a descriptive survey method and collected data using questionnaires. The study sample included 245 participants. The data were analyzed using structural equation modeling. Results demonstrated that perceived leadership style has a positive effect on both organizational diagnosis and performance appraisal satisfaction, while turnover intention is only negatively affected by performance appraisal satisfaction.

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