Annam Jameel,Faiza Shahani


The aim of this study is to determine the relationship between the transformational leadership behaviour/transactional leadership behaviour and employee engagement/OCB. Leadership has been found to play a central role in determining the characteristic that employees demonstrate in organizations and the level of performance. More precisely, this research investigates the impact of transformational, transactional, and laissez-faire leadership styles on employees’ engagement and OCB, with the variable of intermediate impact being the level of employee engagement. Since this study is more of a quantitative nature, data will be obtained from the subjects by means of a structured self-administered questionnaires from a representative population across industries. Path analysis, also known as Structural Equation Modeling (SEM) will be used to analyze the interaction of the variables in this study. The planned study expectations are expected to pave the way in understanding the effects and positive correlation between leadership styles acquired and improved motivation and behavior of workers that is beneficial to the organization. It has major implications for organizations; it provides insights into leadership advancement and orientations for change management interventions with staff. Therefore, this research offers a way of determining how various kinds of leadership affect engagement and OCB among employees. The results of the study would assist organizations in identifying and implementing appropriate leadership models for organizational success and identifying methods for training employees to become better engaged.


How to Cite
Annam Jameel,Faiza Shahani. (2024). "THE INFLUENCE OF LEADERSHIP STYLES ON EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT AND ORGANIZATIONAL CITIZENSHIP BEHAVIOR". Harf-O-Sukhan, 8(2), 856-866. Retrieved from https://harf-o-sukhan.com/index.php/Harf-o-sukhan/article/view/1408