The impact of leadership on organizational performance

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Organizations are established with certain specific aims and goals which are directly reflected in the vision and mission of the organizations. Public organizations are also established with specified goals and objectives to be attained. This study investigates the effect of organizational leadership on the organizations level of performance. For the purpose of this study, a survey research was employed and data was generated primarily through the use of questionnaire, focus was given to academic staff of the Nigeria’s University and the leadership of the various faculties and departments. Data generated was tested using correlation and the result reveals that to a large extent the leadership style employed has affected timely achievement of stated goals by academic staff. Also it was revealed that the leadership of the organization does not promote academic staff exceeding their stated goals. It was recommended that; appropriate leadership style should be adopted by the leaders of the various faculties and departments so that the workers will be able to guarantee timely result delivery also the leadership styles by the faculty and departmental heads should be reviewed to enhance staff ability to exceed their set targets.




Shafiu, A. M., Manaf, H. A., & Muslim, S. (2019). The impact of leadership on organizational performance. International Journal of Recent Technology and Engineering, 8(3), 7573–7576.

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