The Impact of Leadership Style in the Overall System of a Business: Basis for Crafting an Intervention Program

Vol.4, No.1


  • Zaira Mabelle Olidan Bestlink College of the Philippines
  • Ma Lyn Cidro Bestlink College of the Philippines
  • Angelica Mae Huldong Bestlink College of the Philippines
  • Nenita Makalintal Bestlink College of the Philippines
  • Julie Ann Palomar Bestlink College of the Philippines
  • Shairadhel Pelino Bestlink College of the Philippines




Business owners are entities or organizations that engage in professional activity. They may
be industrial, commercial, or other types. Setting and obtaining difficult goals in business,
responding quickly when necessary, dominating the competition, and motivating others to
attain their best potential. Ineffective management can harm the company and cause it to go
bankrupt. Toxic workplace attitudes, staff segregation, the departure of high-performing
workers, and an unappealing workplace culture will all occur.

The sole proprietorship and partnership groups of respondents' assets showed that
Democratic had a 4.86 weighted mean and Coaching leadership styles got 4.56. Both had the
greatest overall impact on a business system, which is equal to Very Strongly Agree. The
respondents indicated that there are significant differences between the two sets of
respondents' evaluations of the cited variables. One of the challenges faced by the two groups
of respondents is a lack of management skills.

The main objective of this research was to identify the leadership style and improvements
required to support the growth and success of the company. There are four Leadership Styles
that are in this study which are: Autocratic, Democratic, Coaching, and Laissez-faire. There is
never any doubt about who has the last say when an autocratic leader is in charge, whether
it's about a crucial business choice or how the organization is governed. Since one person is in
charge in this leadership style setting, things typically go smoothly and efficiently when roles,
rules, and procedures are clearly defined. Democratic leadership, a style of participant
leadership, is a leadership style in which group members take a more participative role in the
decision-making process. Employees meet to discuss and resolve issues by giving everyone
some opportunity to contribute to decisions. Recognizing team members' abilities,
motivations, and areas for improvement is a key component of coaching leadership.
Meanwhile, laissez-faire leaders should give their followers the freedom to run their own desks
and make their own judgments. When necessary, they provide their staff with help, direction,
counsel, and training, but they rely on them to manage the specifics and carry out their jobs
and projects.



How to Cite

Olidan, Z. M. ., Cidro, M. L. ., Huldong, A. M. ., Makalintal, N. ., Palomar, J. A. ., & Pelino, S. . (2024). The Impact of Leadership Style in the Overall System of a Business: Basis for Crafting an Intervention Program: Vol.4, No.1. Ascendens Asia Singapore – Bestlink College of the Philippines Journal of Multidisciplinary Research, 4(1). Retrieved from

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