E ISSN: 2583-049X

International Journal of Advanced Multidisciplinary Research and Studies

Volume 4, Issue 3, 2024

Productivity in the Lens of Leadership: A Phenomenological Exploration in the Organizational Workplace

Author(s): Salipot Rhealyn B, Viray Fiona Mae B, Beno Eloisa, Lazaro Bryan Louis G

DOI: https://doi.org/10.62225/2583049X.2024.4.3.2844


The conducted study entitled Productivity in the Lens of Leadership: A Phenomenological Exploration in the Organizational Workplace aimed at exploring an understanding of employees within the organizational context of leadership and their possible relationship to productivity, and to determine and understand how leaders productivity in the lens of leadership in the organizational workplace. Furthermore, it aims to understand how leadership impacts productivity at the workplace by investigating the subjects' subjective experiences and perceptions. A qualitative research method research design is applied in the study to have more extensive information on the perspective of different managers on productivity through the lens of their leadership in a Fast-Food Chain around Rosario, Cavite. To collect data gathered from the respondents, the researchers used an interview. 8 Managers from Rosario, Cavite participated in the interview. Eight (8) respondents served as participants for the qualitative phase of the study. The researchers selected those 8 participants using Purposive Sampling, a non-probability sampling technique. The findings indicate that excellent communication among managers, supervisors, and employees is critical for smooth operations and collaboration in the workplace. This encompasses both official communication channels and cultivates an environment of open communication and mutual respect. Effective leadership, defined as decisiveness, consistency, and setting a good example, is emphasised as critical to increasing productivity and engaging staff. They stress the importance of ongoing training, personal development, and adaptation for both leaders and employees in order to increase productivity and maintain a supportive work environment.

Keywords: Productivity, Leadership, Efficiency, Organizational Workplace, Effectiveness

Pages: 719-744

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