Academy of Marketing Studies Journal (Print ISSN: 1095-6298; Online ISSN: 1528-2678)


Impact of Transformative Leadership on Employee Performance In Mediation with Job Satisfaction

Author(s): Prasad Kandi V.S., Kona Sri Kapardi and Kavya Kobbarisetty,

Many Organizations look for employees to work for a longer period in their company. Employees look for various factors which make them decide whether to continue in the organization or change to a new company and also, analyze the scenarios of their performance and satisfaction levels. Does Transformational leadership affect employee job performance in a company? Does Transformational leadership show any impact on the decision-making of employees and does this improve the job performance of employees? This paper is to analyze the effects of leadership style – transformational towards employee performance in work, as mediated through job satisfaction. Design approach: Questionnaire method as survey is used as a tool for collecting the primary data. For managers looking to reduce training costs, leadership styles can make a difference. A manager who pays little attention to his subordinates is only when he does something wrong. You can reduce these costs by adopting a conversion style. This paper will help you expand your current work on leadership. Use a conceptual model developed to conceptualize employee performance to explore the relationship between leadership style and employee performance.

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