Background: There had been no research on shared leadership at the team level in diverse organisation. Objective: This study aimed to investigate the effect of shared intersectoral leadership on family planning programme’s performance. Method: This was an observational study with a prospective longitudinal time series design. This study distributed questionnaires to 30 teams which were taken by simple random sampling to provide agreed answers. The measurement of the impact of shared leadership on performance was carried out three times. Linear regression was then used to analyse the data. The shared leadership team qualified as adequate. Result: The beta coefficient value indicated that shared leadership had a strong impact on the team’s performance of the family planning programme with a value of 0.817-0.824 (p =0.000). Conclusion: Once the shared leadership approach is effectively utilised, the team performance of family planning programmes will improve.
- Family planning