Leadership Styles in Health Crisis Management

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Belal Adnan Aljamal
Mohammed Nimer
Susan Ali-Zroog
Yousef Aljeesh

Abstract

The main objective of this study was to investigate leadership styles in health crisis management among healthcare personnel in governmental hospitals in Gaza strip. Methods: The researcher utilized a cross-sectional observational analytical design. The study sample consisted of 270 individuals from three major governmental facilities in Gaza: Al Shifa Medical Complex, Nasser Medical Complex (NMC), and Europian Gaza Hospital (EGH). The researcher utilized a modified questionnaire drawn from two questionnaires prepared and used in two prior investigations to collect data. A team of specialists verified the questionnaire, and a pilot trial with 30 participants yielded a Cronbach alpha coefficient of 0.920.


Results: The study revealed that all transformational, transactional, and charismatic leadership styles are helpful during health crises in hospitals. Conclusion: Though no theory or publication can guarantee that one leadership style leads to effective CM and another does not, there are several key characteristics that can serve as a guide in choosing the most appropriate style, hence a diversity of leadership styles is advised.

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Aljamal, B. A. ., Nimer, M. ., Ali-Zroog, S. ., & Aljeesh, Y. . (2023). Leadership Styles in Health Crisis Management. El-Bahith Review, 23(1), 87–96. Retrieved from https://elbahithreview.edu.dz/index.php/bahith/article/view/867
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