A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF LEADERSHIP EFFECTIVENESS BETWEEN PUBLIC AND PRIVATE ENTERPRISES (A CASE STUDY OF SELECTED ORGANIZATION)
This research work is a comparison of leadership effectiveness between public and private enterprises based on some elected organization. Investigations shows that the success and failure of these organization mainly depends on how effective its leadership is, this research also points out the problem faced by these organizations and solution to it. In order to carry out an objective study questionnaire and interviews and personal observation were employed in the research, while table and percentages were used for the analysis. The view and work of work of other authors on this subject matter was included in the form of second data the researcher found out that some of these problems faced by public enterprise which hampers leadership effectiveness are: communication gap between management and employees. Indifference to staff yearning, lack of material and less regard to land mark in private enterprises, the owner sees their business as profit oriented and therefore public enterprises are full of bottleneck bureaucratic personality and political influence which are not seen in private enterprises. Based on the findings, the ways to ensure effective leadership performance there should be avoidance of break down in communication gap between leader and subordinate there should be proper orientation and proper definition of roles and function, instructing leadership to qualified hands given free hand in the planning of both private and public enterprises.