ISSN: 1998 - 4162

JISR MSSE Journal Contents

Volume 16, Number 1, January 2018


Effect of Professional Training on Educational Leadership Styles
Sadia Ayaz - , ,
Tariq Mehmood Ch - , ,


Abstract
This study is intended to explore the leadership styles with reference to professional qualification of the secondary school teachers. This study is providing the direction to readers, students and creates a positive impact towards the professional qualification. It determines values, culture, change and styles of leadership which is helpful for educational sector. The major objective of the study is to explore, leadership styles of heads with different professional training. The study is descriptive in nature, convenient sampling technique is used in this survey. Questionnaire is given to 50 Government Schools heads of Secondary level. Data is analyzed with advance statistics. It is concluded that professional training has no effect on democratic, transformational and laissez-fair leadership styles. Professional training has no contribution on leadership styles. The training effect is not instantly reflected in the leadership style of the heads. It is might be due to the reason that leadership styles, Democratic Style, Laissez-fair Style and Transformational Style are the portrayal of personal traits adopted through their administrative practices. These are shaped up with intensive and continuous training. This sort of training like M. Ed and B. Ed of the heads is not the targeted trainings for the leadership styles. There should be need to adopt democratic styles by Head of schools for improvement in school progress and for teacher’s understanding

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