Effect of Heads Managerial Styles on Teachers Professional Commitments at Secondary Level

Hina Arif, Almas Kayani, Javaria Ilyas


Management is a process to run or administrate an organization. A leader should be fearless, courageous and bold to run an institution in an effective way. A leader can change the priorities of the staff members through his or her managerial styles, head of the school can use different managerial style to change the commitments of teachers in desired way. Basically, aim of this research was to check the effect of managerial style of heads on the professional commitments at secondary level. In the light of objective district mandi Baha Uddin (three tehsils) was taken as population. 3 schools from one tehsile Malikwaal was taken as pilot testing, and 12 schools from two tehsils phalia and mandi Baha Uddin was taken as final testing. Questionnaire and interviews were used as research instruments. Questionnaire and interviews was used as research instrument. Mix method design was used, this study was descriptive in nature, simple random sampling was used to collect data, researcher personally visited to collect the data, gathered data was analysed through SPSS, using descriptive static analysis was included mean, standard deviation, and chi square. Democratic and transformational style had positive and significant effect on the teacher’s commitments, and majority of the heads using This study will also help the heads and teachers to adopt effective and different managerial styles according to the needs and demands of institutional effectiveness,

Keywords: managerial style, professional commitments

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