Leadership styles, talent management and employee performance in the hotel industry in Uganda


The purpose of this paper is to examine how Leadership Styles, Talent Management Impact Employee Performance in the hotel industry in Uganda. This study was cross-sectional and also adopted a correlational research design. Data was processed by SPSS on a sample of 240 hotels. The findings revealed that there is a strong Correlation between Leadership Styles and Employee Commitment. The study also revealed that there was a strong positive significant relationship between Employee Commitment and Employee Performance with a Pearson correlation coefficient of 0.918. The study recommends that the management of three-star hotels should train their managers and staff in order to improve the leadership skills of the managers and ensure that leaders should have leadership skills which can improve the effectiveness of their group members hence improving the performance of the employees of hotels as whole. It is also recommended that the managers in hotel industry should improve their interpersonal skills which enables them to build good relationship among themselves and the employers as this boosts high morale and greater job satisfaction which eventually improve their performance.



Leadership, Personnel evaluation, Personnel management, Hospitality Industry - Uganda