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Title: Leadership Style and Employee’s Performance Ikwoto County headquarter (H/Q) of eastern equatorial State, the republic Of South Sudan
Authors: Namwang, Stephen Karlo
Keywords: Leadership Style
Employee’s Performance
Ikwoto County headquarter
eastern equatorial State
South Sudan
Issue Date: Dec-2014
Publisher: Kampala International University, bachelors degree in Human resource management
Abstract: The research was carried out within the Headquarter and county as whole and it was carried on the effects of leadership style on employee's performances. The study was basically on following styles below: Autocratic leaders make decisions without consulting their team members, even if their input would be useful. This can be appropriate when you need to make decisions quickly, when there's no need for team input, and when team agreement isn't necessary for a successful outcome. However, this style can be demoralizing, and it can lead to high levels of absenteeism and staff turnover. Democratic leaders make the final decisions, but they include team members in the decision-making process. They encourage creativity, and people are often highly engaged in projects and decisions. As a result, team members tend to have high job satisfaction and high productivity. This is not always an effective style to use, though, when you need to make a quick decision. Laissez-faire leaders give their team members a lot of freedom in how they do their work, and how they set their deadlines. They provide support with resources and advice if needed, but otherwise they don't get involved. This autonomy can lead to high job satisfaction, but it can be damaging if team members don't manage their time well, or if they don't have the knowledge, skills, or self motivation to do their work effectively. (Laissez-faire leadership can also occur when managers don't have control over their work and their people.) Lewin's framework is popular and useful, because it encourages managers to be less autocratic than they might instinctively be.
Description: The research report Submitted to the College Of Economic And Business Management as Partial Fulfillment t of the requirements for the Award of Bachelor’s degree In Human Resource Management of Kampala International University
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12306/10494
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