Leadership Styles and Organizational Performance in Don Honorio Ventura State University (DHVSU) Department of Mechanical Engineering
Keywords:Leadership, Autocratic, Democratic, Laissez faire.
The main drive of this study is to evaluate the leadership style of the faculty of the department of Mechanical Engineering and their impact on organizational performance in Don Honorio Ventura State University. This study focuses on the three leadership styles which are autocratic leadership, democratic leadership, and laissez faire style of leadership. It is believed that each individual has its own unique style of leadership and it can influence the organization’s growth and success. In this study, a quantitative research approach was adopted, and the questionnaire for the faculty members had several questions. The findings drawn from the data is expected to be useful in determining the suitable leadership style for each faculty member of the department and how they contribute and affect the performance in the organization. The results highlighted that all the faculty members used democratic leadership styles which encourages teamwork and collaboration and gives every individual the chance to express their thoughts. Because every team member has the opportunity to generate ideas and make suggestions, this leadership style fosters creativity and innovation.
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