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Strategic Leadership and Employee Engagement, Evidences from an African Industrial Setting

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ABSTRACT

This study followed a cross-sectional and descriptive research design. The study aimed at establishing the relationship between strategic leadership and employee engagement. A simple random sampling design was employed to a sample obtained from one of the leading breweries in Uganda. The findings showed that strategic leadership was indeed evident in the organization. They also revealed that strategic leadership and employee engagement were significantly and positively correlated and that strategic leadership was significant predictor of employee engagement. It was therefore concluded that organizations should invest in training their managers in strategic leadership skills to improve on their relations with the subordinates.

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Muzee, H. , Bagire, V. and Ngoma, M. (2016) Strategic Leadership and Employee Engagement, Evidences from an African Industrial Setting. Open Access Library Journal, 3, 1-10. doi: 10.4236/oalib.1102907.

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