Impact of Leadership Style on School Performance: A Case of Quetta City

Authors

  • Hina Hashami PhD Scholar, Greenwich University Karachi. Author
  • Abid Hussain PhD Scholar, Greenwich University Karachi. Author
  • Dr. Victoria Joseph Head of Department , Greenwich University Karachi Author

Keywords:

Leadership Style, Democratic Leadership, Autocratic Leadership, Lazier-Faire Leadership, Transformational Leadership, School Performance, Quetta city

Abstract

Leadership plays a vital role in enhancing the performance of any organization; the main objective of this study was to investigate the effect of leadership style on school the performance of Quetta City public schools, and for the said purpose Quantitative descriptive survey research design was used, data was collected by adopted Questionnaire of 254 male and female teachers of public school of Quetta city by simple random sampling where everybody has equal and likely chance for selection , the questionnaire had been divided into three parts the first part was demographic profile of the participants ,the second part was the Principal leadership style last part was on school performance . The data was analyses by SPSS version 25 and statistics correlation a regression analysis was performed, validity of the tool was checked by the experts and the reliability of the tool was .988. main finding of the study shows that democratic and autocratic leadership style has a moderate correlation with school performance and the lazier-faire shows negative weak correlation while transformational leadership has a strong correlation and It's the best leadership style in order to improve school performance

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2024-03-29

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Impact of Leadership Style on School Performance: A Case of Quetta City. (2024). International Research Journal of Management and Social Sciences, 5(1), 95-107. https://irjmss.com/index.php/irjmss/article/view/224

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