Leadership Style, Organizational Culture, And Workplace Bullying On Nurses Productivity:A Causal Model
This study aims to develop a causal model on nurses' productivity in relation to leadership styles, organizational culture, and workplace bullying. The data came from two hundred ten (210) randomly chosen nurses from four (4) hospitals in Bukidnon. This study employed a Causal-Comparative Research Design, also known as Ex Post Facto Research Design. Four (4) research instruments were utilized. Findings showed a significant relationship between nurses' productivity and leadership style, organizational culture, and workplace bullying. Meanwhile, leadership styles, particularly transformational leadership and perceived social support from co-workers, significantly affect the nurses' productivity. Finally, a causal model is developed to explain nurses' productivity. The causal model explains that leadership style, organizational culture, and workplace bullying affect nurses' productivity. The conclusion implies the need for profound awareness of leadership styles, organizational culture, and workplace bullying to improve nurses' productivity.