Leadership Role On Decoding The Challenges And Creating Effective Employee Engagements


  • Arthi Meena .S, Dr. Mruthyunjaya Sharma


Employee Engagement, employee engagement , leadership, Technology ,hybrid work environment


Employee engagement is a very critical driver for the success of any organization. The definition for employee engagement given by Kahn is 'the harnessing of organization members' selves to their work roles; in engagement, people employ and express themselves physically, cognitively, and emotionally during role performances. Past decade many organisations have been working virtually the future is expected as a hybrid work environment. Drastic changes in technology and work methods created turbulence among employees to keep them engaged. Leaders emphasized keeping their team performance on the pathway to success. Engaging employees is a major task during COVID-19  as organizations hit work from home. It was an unusual work method facing virtual for every aspect of work. The main objective of the study is to understand the leadership role and their challenges towards engagement and second the strategic ways to improve effective virtual engagements. Descriptive research is used for the study in detail. Identified 200 sample sizes from the population of IT employees in Bangalore. Simple random probability sampling is chosen for the equal chance of selecting respondents. A survey questionnaire method was used to collect the data. With the help of regression analysis,  the hypothesis interpretation states there is a significant positive relation between leadership role  and employee engagement . It indicates high-level correlation between leadership role and effectiveness of engagement.




How to Cite

Arthi Meena .S, Dr. Mruthyunjaya Sharma. (2024). Leadership Role On Decoding The Challenges And Creating Effective Employee Engagements. Onomázein, (63 (2024): March), 220–236. Retrieved from http://www.onomazein.com/index.php/onom/article/view/591