Leadership Competency and Employee Performance: Empirical Evidence
Bor, Rose Jeruto
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Employee performance is crucial in an organization. Demotivation and dissatisfaction of employee have affected the performance of employees. Motivation of the employee are associated with leadership competencies. The paper examined compensation strategies, leadership competencies and employee performance. Transformational leadership theory was used to explain these variable. Desk review was used to examine empirical review associated with compensation strategies, leadership competencies and employee performance. The study found that leadership competencies were measure by social, functional, personal and cognitive competencies that are necessary skills of a leader to improve performance of employee. However, there are varying relationship between leadership competencies variable with performance of employee.