Relationship between employee performance, leadership styles and emotional intelligence in an organization

Oladipo Kolapo Sakiru
2013 IOSR Journal of Humanities and Social Science  
The interest in great leaders keeps growing in modern occasions, as society and technology are becoming growing in more complexes. The ever altering organizational atmosphere needed leaders who are able to satisfy the challenges and demands of organizations functioning in competitive complex conditions, with world open for trade. This study looks into the relationship between worker performances, leadership styles and emotional intelligence within an organization. Information was collected,
more » ... g three instruments, from the sample of 30leaders and150 raters. The Multifactor Leadership Questionnaire was utilized to look for the leadership style of the leaders in the organization. Worker performance was taken and recorded while using organization's performance evaluation process and the ECP factors are used to measure emotional intelligence. Leadership and emotional intelligence were recognized as the independent variables and worker performance as the dependent variable. Data acquired from each one of the research instruments ended up being statistically examined. Through linear regression analysis, and it has come to conclusion from the study that there's a substantial relationship between worker performance as well as an emotional intelligent, transactional leader. However, no significant linear relationship was discovered between worker performance as well as an emotional intelligent, transformational leader.
doi:10.9790/0837-0825357 fatcat:fvjoc43iafegthbhiwcb3uqjxa