Since the life quality increased in developed and developing countries, the importance of health institutions appeared. These institutions have the power to influence economic and social base. Considering the increased competition in business environment, as the other organizations health institutions need powerful leaders who has the capability to compete with rivals and keep the organization in accordance with the market conditions. This study’s purpose is to investigate that hospital staff’s perceptions on their managers leadership styles who are autocratic, democratic, participative, liberal, charismatic, paternalist, transactional and transformational, their work life quality and the relationship between their perceptions on leadership types and work life quality. A questionnaire is designed and administered to 130 employees working at different branches in a training and research hospital. It had been found that the gender, education status are no differences according to work l
Leadership, work life quality, healthcare workers’.