The Role of Leadership Skills on Performance of Employees in Uganda a Case Study of Stanbic Bank, Umoja House
Author: KIMERA JOHNTHAN
Supervisor: Jacinta Bwegyeme Kobusingye
The study sought to investigate the role of leadership skills on performance of employee in Uganda Stanbic bank Umoja House. The purpose of this study was concerned with analyzing the effect of planning skills, communication skills and motivation skills on their ability to influence work and productivity in Stanbic bank Umoja house in a manner that creates efficiency and effectiveness. The objectives that guided the study were; To investigate the role of planning skills on performance of employee, to identify the role of communication skills and the performance of employees and to examine the role of motivation skills on the performance of employee. The study followed a survey research design using both quantitative and qualitative approaches. The data collected was analyzed using descriptive statistics and Pearsonís co-relation co-efficient techniques. The findings of the study were; the planning skills was highly practiced, communication skills was not highly practiced especially in higher offices and also Motivation skills was highly existent especially in lower offices. Conclusions were that: there was high confusion in the practice of Communication skills since most managers were arrogant yet employees were practicing.