Liaison Between Leadership Styles of Principal and Job Performance of Staff

Saghir Ahmad


Leadership seems to be the most operational tool of influencing people so that they strive willingly and enthusiastically towards the accomplishment of goals. The present study was to explore relationship between head teacher leadership styles and teachers’ job performance. A quantitative approach was used. Correlation research design was used to conduct this study by survey method. The population of the study was consisted of secondary schools teachers. A sample of two hundred students was selected by conveniently sampling technique. Researchers collected data by self-developed questionnaire on five point likert scale related to leadership practices and teachers’ self-efficacy. The analysis of the data was carried out by using Pearson r, t-test, percentages, mean, and ANOVA. It is concluded that there was strong association between autocratic leadership style and job performance in spite of other variables. There was no significant difference in scores of male and female teachers regarding autocratic and democratic leadership style. Head teachers may adopt suitable and appropriate leadership style and treat equally to staff members. This thing may helpful to enhance the job performance of teaching faculty.

Keywords: Head Teachers, Leadership Styles, and Teachers Job Performance.

DOI: 10.7176/IEL/9-5-01

Publication date:June 30th 2019

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