Effects of Individualised Consideration on Organisational Performance
A Case of Parishes Within the All-Saints’ Cathedral Diocese Nairobi, Kenya
Keywords:Parish, transformational leadership, organisational performance, diocese, organisational development, Nairobi, Kenya
The purpose of this study was to understand the effects of individualised consideration on organisational performance in the parishes within the All Saints’ Cathedral Diocese in Nairobi, Kenya. A descriptive survey design was used which involved a quantitative approach. The target population was the 204 elected officials, including the vicars, curates, ministry leaders and lay readers in all the 12 parishes within the All Saints’ Cathedral Diocese in Nairobi County. Cluster sampling technique was employed. A total of 13 clusters were picked which corresponded to the 12 parishes plus the diocesan headquarters. Primary data was collected using a self-administered questionnaire while secondary data came from literature and document analysis. Descriptive statistics were analysed through the use of Pearson correlation and Pearson Chi-Square tests. Additionally, qualitative data were analysed in terms of themes and the results were presented in the form of narratives. This study adhered to the laid-out research ethics. Through the Pearson correlation tests conducted, the study indicated that individualised consideration had a statistically significant relationship with organisational performance (p<0.05). The Chi-square tests revealed that individualised consideration had a statistically significant association with organisational performance (p<0.05).
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