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THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE PRINCIPAL LEADERSHIP STYLE AND TEACHER JOB PERFORMANCE IN SECONDARY SCHOOLS

THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE PRINCIPAL LEADERSHIP STYLE AND TEACHER JOB PERFORMANCE IN SECONDARY SCHOOLS

ABSTRACT

The study investigated principal leadership style on teachers’ job performance in secondary schools in Ado Local Government Area of Ekiti State. The study also explored if there existed any significant difference between principals’ leadership styles and teachers’ job performance. Review of literature was done.

The study used a descriptive survey research.  The choice of a descriptive survey method is borne out of the fact this method focuses on people and their attributes which will help the researcher to understand and explain principal leadership style on teachers’ job performance in secondary schools in Ado Local Government Area of Ekiti State. To achieve this, the researcher has used a survey questionnaires. The population consisted for this study comprises of fifteen (15) principals and 150 teachers in public secondary schools in Ekiti State as obtained from the Department of Statistics and Planning Ministry of Education, Science and Technology, Ekiti State, Ado Ekiti.  Fifteen principals and one hundred and fifty  teachers were randomly selected  as sampled for this study. Proportional sampling techniques was used to select the principals and teachers i.e  ratio 1:10

Results shows that democratic style of leadership build consensus through participation but these leaders also expect a higher level of excellence and self-direction. From my findings, it was observed that these leaders have time to listen and share ideas with their followers.

The study therefore concluded that the attitude or leaders style can influence both the teachers and leaners, respondents agreed that it allow reaction from teachers and student when they make decision, principal’s leadership styles influencing the attitude of teachers.

Based on the findings, the following recommendations were made; Principals should effectively make use of staff for joint decision-making in the school, Principals should be democratic in nature they should accept views or ideas of others in the school, Principals should use different motivational staff according to their competence and their level of commitment.

 

 

 

TABLE OF CONTENTS

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TITLE PAGE                                                                                    I

CERTIFICATION                                                                            II

DEDICATION                                                                                  III

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS                                                              IV

ABSTRACT                                                                                     VI

TABLE OF CONTENTS                                                                           VIII

CHAPTER ONE: INTRODUCTION

Background to the Study                                                                            1

Statement of the Problem                                                                           6

Purpose of the Study                                                                        7

Research Questions                                                                           7

Significance of the Study                                                                  8

Delimitation of the Study                                                                  9

Definition of Terms                                                                          9

 

CHAPTER TWO: REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE      11

Historical Background of Leadership Process                                 12

The Concept of Leadership Styles and Teacher  Job Performance. 14

Concept of Teachers Job Performance                                             16

Types of Leadership Styles                                                             19

Communication In Leadership Behaviour  and Teachers

Job Performances                                                                                      25

Involvement in Decision-Making and Teacher Performance            33

Quality of good leadership                                                              40

Summary                                                                                         48

CHAPTER THREE: RESEARCH METHOD

Research Design                                                                                50

Population                                                                                       50

Sample and Sampling Techniques                                                    51

Research Instrument                                                                         51

Validity of Instrument                                                                      52

Reliability of Instrument                                                                             52

Administration of the Instruments                                                    52

Data Analysis                                                                                   53

CHAPTER FOUR: RESULTS AND DISCUSSION

Results

Test of Hypotheses

Discussion

CHAPTER FIVE: SUMMARY, CONCLUSION AND RECOMMENDATIONS

Summary

Conclusions

Recommendations

REFERENCES

APPENDIX

 

 

 

 

 

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