A study on leadership styles (transformational and transactional), job satisfaction and employees' turnover intention have been identified in this book. A quantitative research method was adopted in this study. The result has revealed a stronger and significant positive relationship between transformational leadership and job satisfaction as compared to transactional leadership. In addition, significant negative association was found between job satisfaction and turnover intention of the participants. Staff turnover is known to be costly to organization in which the productivity and quality of the products or services are always negatively affected. Therefore, this book discusses the possible way in adopting the leadership style that can increase job satisfaction and overcome staff turnover intention in an organization.