LEADERSHIP STYLES AND ORGANIZATIONAL PERFORMANCE IN HEALTH SECTOR: A STUDY OF UNIVERSITY OF CALABAR TEACHING HOSPITAL
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The study empirically examined leadership styles and organization performance, a study of University of Calabar Teaching Hospital. The objectives were to examine the relationship between transactional, transformational & laissez faire leadership on organizational performance. Survey design and primary source of data were employed in this study. A total of one hundred and fifty (150) copies of questionnaire was administered to respondents of University of Calabar Teaching Hospital in Calabar. The study employed correlation Coefficient technique as a statistical tool in establishing the relationship between independent variables and dependent variables. Based on the results, the findings revealed that, there was a significant relationship between transactional, transformational and laissez faire leadership in organizational performance. The study recommended that management of organization should adopt the best leadership style that will enhance employee performance. Also recommended that management of organization should make a progress to help educate programme at work and to know the best leadership style to adopt.
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