Examine the Effectiveness of Leadership Style in Relation to Organisational Performance: A Conceptual Analysisconnections to outside websites.

You are to act as an outside organizational consultant. A client organization has been struggling to meet its goals for the past six months, and for the last two months, it has operated at a financial loss. Turnover has increased, with employees stating they are concerned that the firm will have to close soon. As a consultant, your job is to help this struggling organization to become an effective organization. You should minimally address the following: · Recommendation for how the organization should be structured to achieve effectiveness. · A communication plan to address both external and internal communications. · Process for both decision-making and problem-solving. · Recommendation and justification of a leadership approach. REQUIREMENT · 6-8 pages in length, not including the title and reference pages. · Supported by 10 references, with at least 8 credible references. Remember, you must support your thinking/opinions and prior knowledge with references; all facts must be supported; in-text references used throughout the assignment must be included in an APA-formatted reference list. The following resources have been provided. You may wish to use them for review and/or incorporate them into your assignment as cited references. o Hallo, L., Nguyen, T., Gorod, A., & Tran, P. (2020). Effectiveness of leadership decision-making in complex systemsLinks to an external site.. Systems, 8(1), Article 1. https://doi.org/10.3390/systems8010005 o Ali, K., & Islam, M. (2020). Effective dimension of leadership style for organizational performance: A conceptual studyLinks to an external site.. International Journal of Management, Accounting and Economics, 7(1), 30–40. o Benjamin, S., & Kline, C. (2019). How to yes-and: Using improvisational games to improv(e) communication, listening, and collaboration techniques in tourism and hospitality educationLinks to an external site.. Journal of Hospitality, Leisure, Sport & Tourism Education, 24, 130–142.