A Study on Association between the Perceptions of Principals and Teachers Regarding College Principals’ Leadership Style in Perspective of Situational Leadership Theory

  • Hina Munir University of Education
  • Mumtaz Akhter Former Dean & Director Faculty of Education University of the Punjab Quaid-i-Azam Campus, Lahore, Pakistan
Keywords: Situational Leadership; College Principals; College Teachers; Leadership Style; Flexibility; Effectiveness

Abstract

The current study demonstrates the association between the perceptions of the designations regarding college principals’ leadership style in perspective of situational leadership theory. This article is quantitative in nature and ex-post-facto research design was adopted. The population was comprised of all colleges which are affiliated with the University of the Punjab in Lahore Division. Multistage sampling technique was adopted for selecting sample. Thus, the sample of the study was comprised of 74 college principals and 370 teachers on the basis of their job experience. The instrument of LBA-II Self/Other was adopted. The data was analyzed on SPSS using descriptive and inferential statistics. There was disassociation between the perceptions of the designations regarding the primary, developing and diagnosis leadership style, except the secondary leadership style where was association found between the perceptions of the designations. Whereas, there was no difference in teachers and principal’s perceived leadership style flexibility and effectiveness.

Published
2021-06-29
How to Cite
Munir, H., & Akhter, M. (2021). A Study on Association between the Perceptions of Principals and Teachers Regarding College Principals’ Leadership Style in Perspective of Situational Leadership Theory. Journal of Arts & Social Sciences (JASS), 8(1), 147-155. https://doi.org/10.46662/jass-vol8-iss1-2021(147-155)