IMPACT OF HYBRID LEADERSHIP ON COMPANY’S PERFORMANCE
This research looked at how hybrid leadership affected organizational performance. The goal of the research was to ascertain how profitability, staff engagement, customer happiness, and innovation related to various performance measures. A survey and interviews were employed in a mixed-methods study design. A sample of workers from different organizations were given the survey, and managers and other leaders from these organizations were interviewed. The study's findings revealed that all of the performance measures, including profitability, employee engagement, customer happiness, and innovation, are significantly improved by hybrid leadership. The results imply that hybrid leaders have the capacity to successfully strike a balance between task- and people-oriented behaviors, which enhances organizational performance. The study's findings are in line with other studies that stressed the significance of leadership philosophies in accomplishing organisational objectives. According to the study's results, hybrid leadership styles are best for achieving the highest levels of organisational success. To obtain the best organisational performance, managers and leaders should hone their leadership abilities and embrace a hybrid leadership style. To obtain the best organisational performance, businesses should spend money on leadership development programmes and encourage managers and executives to use a hybrid leadership style. The results of this research have significant ramifications for organisations, managers, and leaders, to sum up. According to the study's findings, in order to accomplish their objectives and operate at their best, organisations should recognise the significance of leadership styles and embrace a hybrid style.