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Journal: International Journal of Advanced Research (Vol.8, No. 5)

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Page : 814-824

Keywords : Educational Leaders Management Skills Level of Management Skills School Productivity;

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The main purpose of this study was to determine the level of educational leaders management skill, their strengths and weakness as related to school productivity. This study used a descriptive method of research that involved the participation of three hundred fifty-one (351) teacher-respondents. The validated survey instruments containing 100 items that covered the ten assigned management skills such as collaborating, communicating, delegating, financing, innovating, leading, mentoring, monitoring, planning and problem-solving and the level of school productivity in terms of teaching productivity as to teachers efficacy and satisfaction, school performance as to awards and recognition and school management as to school culture and participation. The findings and the result of the study revealed that the variation to school productivity is explained by the educational leaders management skills such as collaborating, communicating, financing, innovating, leading, monitoring, planning and problem solving. It also revealed that school productivity does not vary with delegating and mentoring skill of educational leaders. Among the cited skills of educational leaders, mentoring, financing and delegating got the lowest over-all mean. It is concluded that educational leaders management skills have significant relationship to school productivity. This study recommends the reskilling and up-skilling of educational leaders management skills.

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