The Effects of Strategic Leadership on Employee Performance: the Case of Bgi Ethiopia

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Addis Ababa University


Strategic leaders possess a clear vision for their organization's future and the skills necessary to effectively communicate and motivate their employees to achieve it. Success requires collaboration and problem-solving, which involves setting goals, developing plans, and executing them. The study aimed to investigate the relationship between strategic leadership and employee performance in BGI Ethiopia and provide suggestions for enhancing organizational performance in the region. The majority of the data was analyzed using quantitative techniques such as descriptive statistics like mean, percentage, and frequency tables. All 55 employees were included in this study via census techniques. The correlation was used to answer the basic research questions, and four independent variables were assessed on a five-point Likert-Scale ranging from "strongly disagree" to "strongly agree." Mean scores were used as a measure of central tendency. SPSS V26 encoded, processed, and analyzed the data. The correlation analysis demonstrated that employee performance had a positive relationship with all variables, but it was only significantly associated with the relationship between SL & EP and the effect of SL on EP. Furthermore, the regression analysis results exposed that only one variable, SLAPE, had a significant effect on employee performance, but the rest were insignificant. In conclusion, the study indicated that strategic leadership has a significant impact on employee performance at BGI Ethiopia, except for the variables that were deemed significant