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Author(s): Talal Hamad Humood Al Rawahi, Dr. Noona Sammari, Dr. Suhaila Al Hashemi
Leadership and decision making is considered as the brains and veins of an organization. The aim of this study is to investigate the impact of social life on the leading rehabilitation decision making, a comparison between Oman and Bahrain using the descriptive analytical approach. The results revealed factors such as the existence of parents during child hood, the standard of living, educational opportunities, and friends have very little influence and did not affect radically in the leading rehabilitation decision making. While findings confirm the lack of statistically significant differences between the average degree of social life affecting decision making leading rehabilitation due to family social circumstances during their social upbringing. This is attributed to the leaders’ personalities’ influence in their filed.