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Effects of ethical leadership on employee performance in Uganda
Net Journal of Business Management (2015)
  • P.A - Obicci
Abstract

This study investigated the effects of ethical leadership on employee performance in the public sector in Uganda. A target population of 160 employees was surveyed. A structured questionnaire was selfadministered to the employees to collect the data. Regression analysis and Pearson correlation coefficient were used to explain the nature of the relationship between ethical leadership and employee performance and the effects thereof. Results of the study reveal that employee performance is greatly influenced by ethical leadership. These have both policy and managerial policy which is discussed here. This study is limited by being cross-sectional in nature and considered only one sector in one country and therefore cannot be generalized to other sectors and countries. Practical implication is that ethical leadership in public sector needs to be promoted at a top level and leaders have to behave ethically. This is the first study of this nature conducted in Uganda focusing on the effects of ethical leadership on employee performance.

Keywords
  • Ethical Leadership,
  • employee performance,
  • public sector,
  • Uganda
Publication Date
Winter January 6, 2015
Citation Information
P.A - Obicci. "Effects of ethical leadership on employee performance in Uganda" Net Journal of Business Management Vol. 3 Iss. 1 (2015)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/pa_obicci/2/