THE IMPACT OF LEADERSHIP STYLES ON ORGANIZATIONAL PERFORMANCE OF MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY IN PAKISTAN
The purpose of this study is to evaluate the impact of leadership styles on organizational performance in Pakistan's manufacturing industry. Specifically, this study investigates the effects of transformational, transactional, and situational leadership styles on organizational performance, examines the connection between these styles and organizational performance, and explores the connection between transactional leadership and organizational performance. The research utilized quantitative data, with a focus on analyzing the relationship between transformational, transactional, and situational leadership styles using SPSS. The statistical tests used in SPSS will be effective in addressing the concerns and questions of employees in Pakistan’s manufacturing industry. However, natural disasters in Pakistan have had an attempt of social distancing, the share of employees stating for the daily working. This has resulted in companies operating at half-strength, making it challenging to collect a larger sample size from the target population. The implications of this are varied, as workers in manufacturing companies are typically not highly educated, which may lead to communication barriers that could impact the effectiveness of the responses collected.