Teachers’ Perception of Different Leadership Styles of Head Teachers in Public Girls’ Secondary School District Kech

Authors

  • Nazeer Ahmed Baloch Ph.D. Scholar, Faculty of Education, University of the Sindh, Hyderabad, Sindh, Pakistan
  • Muhammad Nadeem Baloch Ph.D. Scholar, Faculty of Education, University of the Sindh, Hyderabad, Sindh, Pakistan
  • Hoonak Nazeer Baloch M.Phil. Scholar, Faculty of Education, University of Labella of Agriculture, Water &Marine Science Uthal, Balochistan Pakistan

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.47205/jdss.2023(4-II)06

Keywords:

Autocratic Leadership Styles, Democratic Leadership Styles, Head Teachers, Lassie Fare Leadership Styles, Leadership Styles

Abstract

This research aimed to investigate the perceptions of teachers towards the various leadership styles practiced by head teachers in public secondary schools of the district Kech, Baluchistan. The study had two main objectives: firstly, to explore how teachers perceive their head teachers' leadership styles, and secondly, to identify the different leadership styles employed by female head teachers in public secondary schools in the Kech district. A quantitative approach using a descriptive survey design was utilized to conduct the research. The population consisted of 19 public girls' secondary schools, 19 head teachers, and 146 female secondary school teachers. The research sampled 9 female head teachers and 100 female teachers from 9 respective schools, selected through a random sampling technique. The data was collected using Likert scale (5 points) questionnaires, and analyzed using descriptive statistics. The findings suggest that the adoption of democratic leadership styles has a positive and significant impact on teachers' perceptions of their head teachers' leadership effectiveness.

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Published

2023-03-15

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How to Cite

Baloch, N. A., Baloch, M. N., & Baloch, H. N. (2023). Teachers’ Perception of Different Leadership Styles of Head Teachers in Public Girls’ Secondary School District Kech. Journal of Development and Social Sciences, 4(2), 58–67. https://doi.org/10.47205/jdss.2023(4-II)06