Impact of Transformational Leadership Styles on South Sudanese Women Entrepreneurs: A Case Study of Juba City South Sudan
Chol Gabriel Majer & Maxwel Adea
The research project’s goal is to examine how women entrepreneurs’ adoption of transformational leadership practices contributed to their businesses’ growth. This study utilized qualitative, quantitative, and mixed research methods in a mixed methodology. The data was adjusted, computed, and analyzed using statistical software (SPSS version 16.0), with the assistance of 45 female business owners who participated in in-depth interviews and completed questionnaires. The research examines successful South Sudanese female business owners’ transformational leadership philosophies in light of their interpersonal, managerial, entrepreneurial, and business expertise. Despite the importance of transformational leadership in the growth of small businesses, this topic has received little research, with the majority of earlier investigations concentrating on large corporate settings. Researchers contribute to the literature by using a qualitative, quantitative method approach, adopting a combination of explanatory and confirmatory factor analysis, coupled with analyses. Researchers of this paper provide a thorough Transformational leadership on South Sudanese women business owners.
Keywords: Transformational Leadership Styles, Women, Entrepreneurs, South Sudanese Women Entrepreneurs.
|Title:||Impact of Transformational Leadership Styles on South Sudanese Women Entrepreneurs: A Case Study of Juba City South Sudan|
|Author:||Chol Gabriel Majer & Maxwel Adea|
|Journal Name:||International Journal of Science and Business|
|ISSN:||ISSN 2520-4750 (Online), ISSN 2521-3040 (Print)|
|Media:||Online & Print|
|Issue publication (Year):||2023|
|Date of Publication:||14/09/2023|
|Paper Type:||Research paper|
Cite This Article:
Chol Gabriel Majer & Maxwel Adea (2023). Impact of Transformational Leadership Styles on South Sudanese Women Entrepreneurs: A Case Study of Juba City South Sudan. International Journal of Science and Business, 28(1), 67-83. doi: https://doi.org/10.58970/IJSB.2205
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About Author (s)
Chol Gabriel Majer (Corresponding author), Ph.D. Candidate, & Senior Accounts Inspector (MOFP), author and freelance, Academic Researcher in Juba, South Sudan.
Prof. Maxwel Adea, Professor of Research Methodology at Ayii University in Juba and visiting Professor of Starford University and Supervisor and Examiner of Doctor of Philosophy Candidates at the University of Juba in South Sudan.