The Effect of Different Leadership Style on Employees’ Performance in Manufacturing Enterprises: a Case Study in Kality Metal Works Factory
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ABSTRACT There is probably no topic more important to business success today than leadership. Leading as a major function of management is the most important aspect of achieving one's goal. Leaders can affect employees’ performance depending on how they lead their subordinates. This paper is intended to identify which leadership style achieves best results through employees’ performance regardless of different employees performance affecting factor. The research is to be conducted in Addis Ababa; case study: Kality Metal product Factory and data to be collected using questionnaires. The questionnaires are to be distributed among different department's Employees and their respective managers. The questionnaires that will be given to employees are intended to entail questions that can identify which kind of style is followed by their managers. On the other hand, questions that will be given to managers at different level of Management are designed to contain questions that measure performance of employees. Finally analysis will be made to categorize the managers as task oriented and people oriented and comparison will be made to identify which leadership style achieve best in terms of employees performance.