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Journal of Basic and Clinical Health Sciences 2019 , Vol 3 , Issue 3
The Impact of Self-Leadership Skills of Healthcare Employees on Institutional Performance and Job Performance
İbrahim H. Kayral1,Dilek Dülger2
1Health Institutes of Turkey, Turkish Health Care Quality and Accreditation Institute (TUSKA), Ankara, Turkey
229 Mayıs Hospital, Surgeon General, Ankara, Turkey
DOI : 10.30621/jbachs.2019.661 Purpose: This research is conducted in order to investigate the relationship between self-leadership skills of health employees and job performance and institutional performance.

Methods: The study was carried out in accredited and non-accredited two hospitals in Ankara. The survey prepared within the scope of the research was applied to health employees. A total of 332 (109 from accredited 223 from non-accredited) valid questionnaires were obtained from the survey conducted based on the total number of personnel of the hospitals.

Results: When the self-leadership levels of the two institutions are analyzed in general, the self-leadership levels of the employees in the accredited institution (4.160) were found to be higher than the self-leadership levels of the employees in the non-accredited institution (3.830). Three different hypotheses were tested in the model. According to the findings obtained from the study, three hypotheses were accepted.

Conclusion: When all the study findings were evaluated as a whole; employees" self-leadership skills are important in achieving institutional performance goals such as patient safety, efficiency and productivity in complex health institutions. Therefore, encouraging employees in this field and supporting them with the necessary training can be considered as an important parameter in reaching the objectives of the institution. Keywords : Self-leadership, performance, quality, accreditation, leadership