RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN TRANSFORMATIONAL LEADERSHIP AND TEACHERS’ WORK PERFORMANCE
Keywords:Transformational leadership style, teachers work performance, Dera Ismail Khan, descriptive study, Correlation, gender
The present study aimed to explore the relationship between transformational leadership of principals and work performance of secondary school teachers. The study was descriptive in nature and was conducted on a sample of 313 secondary school teachers (193 male and 120 female) of district Dera
Ismail Khan, Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan. The survey questionnaire was used for the collection of data from the respondents. The correlation and t-test were used as the statistical techniques for the analysis of data. The results indicated that there is significant strong correlation between the transformational leadership of principals and teachers’ work performance at secondary level, in Dera Ismail Khan. Moreover, there was significant difference in the transformational leadership style of male and female heads at secondary level. The male heads transformational leadership was stronger as compared to female heads. The study also concluded that there is a significant difference in the work performance of male and female teachers at secondary level in district Dera Ismail Khan. The work performance of male teachers was better than the female teachers at secondary level.
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PAKISTAN JOURNAL OF SOCIETY, EDUCATION AND LANGUAGE (PJSEL)Abbreviated KEY Title: Pak. j. soc. educ. lang. (Online) URL: http://pjsel.jehanf.com/archives.php ISSN 2523-1227 (Online), ISSN 2521-8123 (Print
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