International Journal of Home Science
2020, VOL. 6 ISSUE 1, PART B
To investigate the effect of qualification, Experience and gender on principal’s leadership style
Author(s): Fatima Mustanir and Aisha Siddique
The basic aim of the conducted research reflects leadership as the process of inducing others to act to achieve quantified goals and the manner in which a person handles himself and is termed as style. Principal remains the main source of leadership influence. The significance of research had unveiled various styles important for the principals for the control over the followers or subordinates in the education sector. The main objective of present conducted research study was to find out the prevalent leadership styles of principals in the schools of district Faisalabad furthermore, to find relationship of leadership styles with qualifications, gender and experience of the principals. By simple random sampling (150) principals (105) were taken from the private and public schools. On the basis of analyzed data the results of the research showed that rather autocratic and democratic leadership styles were identified as two major and basic leadership styles for the principals in the territory of Faisalabad. SPSS 20 version was used for data entry and interpretations. Basic statistical tools were used to depict the results of the conducted research like that of Descriptive statistics, frequency distribution, correlation, reliability analysis and regression analysis. However, the study showed that most (66.7%) of the principals perceive themselves as democratic leader. This study also shows that principals’ leadership styles have significant (p=0.000) relationship with qualification and experience, but no association was found with regard to gender.
How to cite this article:
Fatima Mustanir, Aisha Siddique. To investigate the effect of qualification, Experience and gender on principal’s leadership style. Int J Home Sci 2020;6(1):102-107.