عنوان مقاله [English]
this study aims to investigate the mediating role of psychological capital between authentic leadership, job satisfaction, job insecurity and intention to job leave among employees of polysteel company in Tehran. Research method was correlational and the statistical population included all employees of mentioned organization out of them 159 subjects were selected via convenience sampling method. A set of questionnaire consisted of authentic leadership (Walumbwa et al., 2008), psychological capital (Nguyen et al., 2012), job satisfaction (Smith et al., 1969), job insecurity (Francis and Barling., 2005) and intention to job leave (Wiener & Vardi, 1980), were used in current study. Data were analyzed with use of structural equation modeling (SEM). The findings showed that there were significant indirect effect of authentic leadership on job satisfaction, perceived insecurity, and the intention to job leave through effect on psychological capital. According to the findings of this study, it can be concluded that authentic leadership directly encourages psychological capital and indirectly, through the impact on the psychological capital, increases job satisfaction and decreases job insecurity and intention to leave the job.