Influence of Teamwork Dynamics on Employee’s Performance: a Case Study of Private Education Institution in Mwanza, Tanzania.
Teamwork is an essential program that includes a range of tasks or activities performed by individuals who cooperate and communicate to achieve common objectives. In this study, the effect of collaborative dynamics on workers’ performance was investigated using a case study of the selected private educational institution in Mwanza, Tanzania. The goal of the study was to identify how team leadership affects employee’s performance.
Out of a population of 303, 169 academic staff members were selected as a sample size for the study using a quantitative research approach, and the study employed questionnaire as the research tool. The study adopted The Leader-Member Exchange Theory. The data were examined using descriptive statistics and correlation analysis from the Statistical Package for Social Science (SPSS V20). The findings demonstrated that; there is a positive correlation between team leadership among The St Augustine University of Tanzania (SAUT) employees.
Because of this, the value of cooperation on employee’s performance in the workplace cannot be overstated; businesses with teamwork strategies in place have a high survival rate.
Therefore, academic institutions like SAUT should promote cooperation throughout all the aspects of everyday operations and foster an atmosphere that encourages personnel to keep working together. In order to acquire a fuller grasp of the subject at hand from the respondents, future researchers should also take into account various collaborative dynamics in other study units when carrying out a comparable survey.
Keywords; Teamwork, Employee Performance, Team Leadership