A Case Study of the Leadership Style in FDSA Aviation College of Science and Technology Inc.

Authors

  • Edhel P. Talplacido
  • Mark Anthony M. Muldong
  • Karl Matthew D. Tan
  • Noel T. Florencondia
  • Lorinda E. Pascual

Keywords:

Leaders, Leadership Style, Transactional Leadership, Transformational Leadership.

Abstract

Organizations are entities composed of individuals with different skills, interests, and beliefs. The leaders of an organization must let these individuals work with each other and contribute to the organization. Managing these individuals demand excellent leadership skills. A leader's leadership style varies from one person to another. In this study, the researchers aimed to analyze the leadership style in FDSA Aviation College of Science and Technology, Inc. and its effect on the organization and the employees. This study focused only on two leadership styles: transactional leadership and transformational leadership. Quantitative results were gathered from both current and former employees of FDSA. The results have shown which leadership style is dominant in FDSA, how it affects the organization's overall efficiency, and how it impacts employee performance and productivity. This study found that the transactional leadership style is more dominantly used in managing the employees than transformational leadership.

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Published

2022-01-06

How to Cite

Edhel P. Talplacido, Mark Anthony M. Muldong, Karl Matthew D. Tan, Noel T. Florencondia, & Lorinda E. Pascual. (2022). A Case Study of the Leadership Style in FDSA Aviation College of Science and Technology Inc. International Journal of Progressive Research in Science and Engineering , 3(01), 1-8. Retrieved from https://journals.grdpublications.com/index.php/ijprse/article/view/492

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