Shared Leadership And Project Team Performance: Testing Mediating Role Of Stress Propensity And Trust
Keywords:Shared Leadership, Project Team performance, Trust, Stress Propensity, SEM
Project teams in Pakistan are evaluated to see how shared leadership (SL), trust, and stress propensity affect project team performance. This research examines the link between shared leadership (SL) and project team performance (PTP) in Pakistan. Results came from an online survey of 308 team workers, preferably from project-based businesses. The correlation analysis was used to determine the association among variables, and structural equation modeling was used to assess this study's hypotheses. The results showed that shared leadership (SL) positively impacts project team performance (PTP). At the same time, trust and stress propensity are essential mediators in the relationship. In adopting improved work practices in project team environments, working within Pakistan's geographical limitations, the study helps to improve and boost processes in the most effective way possible within time and cost constraints.
How to Cite
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License.