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This study aimed at exploring the relationship between the educational leaders’ communicative behavior (communication immediacy and communicative competence) and job satisfaction, communication satisfaction, and willingness to communicate as; perceived by department heads'. It also examined the effect of willingness to communicate as a personality trait on job satisfaction and communication satisfaction. The sample comprised 272 head of departments (132 males & 143 females). The results showed a statistically significant positivel relationship between educational leaders’ communicative behaviors and the level of job satisfaction, communication satisfaction, and willingness to collaborate.