THE LEADERSHIP STYLES OF PRINCIPALS
AND THEIR EFFECTS ON TEACHERS’ ORGANIZATIONAL TRUST AT SECONDARY SCHOOL
MPhil Education NUML Islamabad
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Dr. Marium Din
(Assistant Professor, NUML Islamabad)
The current study aimed at knowing the leadership styles of principals and their effects on the organizational trust of teachers at the secondary school level. Moreover, it was also assessed the organizational trust level of teachers at the Secondary school level. The population of this study consisted of all principals and teachers of public and private secondary schools of Skardu city. However, forty-eight (48) principals and 466 teachers were taken as samples of the study. A stratified random sampling technique was used for sampling. Mean and Regression were used to analyze data. The study found the interdependent leadership of principals at a moderate level. It was not probed out any effect of interdependent leadership of principals on the organizational trust of teachers. On the basis of the findings of the current study, it is recommended that secondary school administration and stakeholders may reconsider the ongoing training programs of teachers and make them effective in order to enhance the interdependent level of teachers at the secondary level. It is also suggested that further researches may be conducted to verify the findings of the current study.
Keywords: Commitment, Effects, Leadership, Organization, Principals, Styles.