AIM: This study aimed to examine the relationship between transformational leadership, organizational commitment, work stress, and turnover intentions of Nurse at Private Hospital in Indonesia. METHODS: A quantitative cross-sectional research design was adopted, consist of 97 Nurses. This study used a Confirmatory Factor Analysis, Structural Equation Modeling using PLS-SEM approach to analyze the data. RESULTS: The results showed that there is a positive influence on transformational leadership on organizational commitment. The better transformational leadership, the higher the organizational commitment of nurses. There is a negative influence on transformational leadership on work stress. The better transformational leadership, the lower the work stress of nurses. There is a negative influence on organizational commitment to turnover intentions. The higher the nurse’s organizational commitment, the lower the nurse turnover intention. There is a positive influence on work stress to turnover intentions. The higher the nurse’s work stress, the higher the the nurse turnover intention. Another outcome discovered was that indirect influence of leadership through commitment and work stress is greater than direct influence, transformational leadership directly influenced organization commitment, and work stress but was not significantly related to turnover intentions. CONCLUSION: Researcher suggests that leadership roles in building commitment and helping to manage the work stress of nurses are needed.
|Number of pages||7|
|Journal||Open Access Macedonian Journal of Medical Sciences|
|Publication status||Published - 2 Jan 2020|
- Organizational commitment
- Transformational leadership
- Turnover intentions
- Work stress