Author(s): Oluseye, Abiodun B, Bako Yusuf A, Taiwo, Akeem A and Ajibode, Ilesanmi A
Change leadership is required for any change efforts to see the light of the day. This study is based on determining the extent to which change leadership may influence followers’ satisfaction in tertiary institutions in Nigeria. The research work makes use of cross-sectional survey using administered questionnaire. The respondents were selected randomly from selected institutions in Nigeria. 1497 copies of questionnaires were retrieved out of 1600 copies distributed which resulted in 93.5% return rate. Correlation and regression analysis were used to examine the effects of leadership concern for work, staff and work/staff combined (independent variables) on followership satisfaction (dependent variable). The result shows that there exists strong positive relationship between the independent variables and the dependent variable. In addition, the result further revealed that all the independent variables have p-values < 0.05 significant level which indicates that the independent variables have significant effect on followership satisfaction, however, concern for work and staff combined have significant effect on followership compared to other independent variables. The study concludes that change leadership is second to none and indispensable machinery which can help tertiary institutions in achieving followers’ satisfaction.