Articles | Open Access | DOI: https://doi.org/10.37547/marketing-fmmej-03-07-03

LEADERSHIP STYLES AND EMPLOYEES' WORK OUTCOMES IN NONPROFIT ORGANIZATIONS: THE ROLE OF WORK ENGAGEMENT

Mohammed Abed Dahleez , Department of Management, A’sharqiyah University, Ibra, Oman

Abstract

This study examines the relationship between leadership styles and employees' work outcomes in nonprofit organizations, with a specific focus on the role of work engagement. Leadership styles play a critical role in shaping employees' attitudes, behaviors, and performance. However, limited research has explored this relationship in the context of nonprofit organizations. This study investigates the impact of different leadership styles, including transformational, transactional, and laissez-faire leadership, on employees' work outcomes such as job satisfaction, organizational commitment, and performance. Furthermore, it examines the mediating role of work engagement in this relationship. Data was collected from employees working in various nonprofit organizations through surveys, and statistical analyses were conducted to test the hypothesized relationships. The findings provide insights into the significance of leadership styles and work engagement in influencing employees' work outcomes in nonprofit organizations.

Keywords

Leadership styles, work outcomes, work engagement

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Mohammed Abed Dahleez. (2023). LEADERSHIP STYLES AND EMPLOYEES’ WORK OUTCOMES IN NONPROFIT ORGANIZATIONS: THE ROLE OF WORK ENGAGEMENT. Frontline Marketing, Management and Economics Journal, 3(07), 11–15. https://doi.org/10.37547/marketing-fmmej-03-07-03