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- The influence of school principals' leadership styles on the effectiveness of schools
- International Journal of Learning, Teaching and Educational Research
- Principal Leadership Styles
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The influence of school principals' leadership styles on the effectiveness of schools
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Dissertation submitted in fulfilment of the requirements for the degree Master of Education in the Faculty of Education and Social Sciences at the Cape Peninsula University of Technology Save to Library. Create Alert. Launch Research Feed. Share This Paper. Figures and Tables from this paper. Figures and Tables. Citation Type. Has PDF. Publication Type. More Filters. Research Feed. An evaluative study of the influence of the principal's leadership on learner academic performance.
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International Journal of Learning, Teaching and Educational Research
The purpose of this study is to examine the relationship between the principal's leadership style and the motivation of the teachers in their work, to examine the relationship between the principal's style of leadership, decentralized or centralized and the teacher's motivation in their work. The research was conducted using the Quantitative Method and included questionnaires for the teachers relating to leadership style and motivation. The questionnaire was given to teachers who teach in elementary and secondary schools. The research was conducted in The research findings indicate a number of significant correlations: a significant correlation was found between the principal's styles of leadership and the teacher's perception of the teaching profession as positive. A significant correlation was found between the teacher's willingness to actively devote himself and the teacher's initiatives related to teaching.
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Principal Leadership Styles
User Username Password Remember me. Notifications View Subscribe. Abstract The purpose of this study is to analyse and interpret the influence of principal leadership style on the performance of certified teachers, the influence of teacher work motivation on the performance of certified teachers and the influence of principal leadership style and teacher work motivation simultaneously on the performance of certified teachers in SMA Negeri Kotamobagu. This study employs a quantitative study approach with survey methods and multiple regression analysis techniques.
Researchers have suggested that transformational leadership is an important aspect of effective schools; however, whether the effects vary across related studies and the robustness of the overall effect size remain unclear. A meta-analysis technique was used to synthesize the results of 28 independent studies and to investigate the overall relationship between transformational school leadership and three measures of school outcomes. The study found that, in terms of the mean effect sizes, transformational school leadership does have positive effects on teacher job satisfaction, school effectiveness perceived by teachers, and student achievement.
Typically, your leadership style as a manager or leader in a business is based on your personal preferences combined with the culture and nature of your work. Use of power, level of internal politics, value placed on relationships, task structure and your personal qualities, such as charisma and persuasion, all impact your leadership style. The total number of styles is debatable, but leaders commonly fit into one of four basic style types. Autocratic leadership involves a high level of power and an attitude that you must make most of the important decisions yourself as the leader. You use this style if you tend to rely on fear and positions of power to get workers to complete tasks in a timely manner. While this style might produce results in streamlining predictable workflows, it doesn't typically lead to a high degree of mutual trust between management and employees.
The study investigates the relationship between leadership style of principals and organisational process in secondary schools and identifies effective leadership styles in the context of Hong Kong. The study is based on a survey involving 64 secondary schools and teachers. The results support the traditional belief that there is a strong relationship of leadership to organisational process. The profiles of the four leadership styles are quite different, giving a helpful pattern for administrative practice. Cheong Cheng, Y.
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