PRINCIPALS' MANAGERIAL STYLES AND THEIR EFFECT ON INSTITUTIONAL EFFECTIVENESSJournal: UTOPIA OF GLOBAL EDUCATION (Vol.1, No. 2)
Publication Date: 2015-12-30
The role of principals being the leader of the team of the personnel in the school, wields a great influence over the teacher's behaviour, their self-concept, morale, job satisfaction, alienation, organizational climate and institutional effectiveness. Keeping this view in mind the present investigation was undertaken with the speculation that the teachers' alienation and institutional effectiveness are affected by managerial styles of the principals.In conclusion, the result of the study shows that in intermediate colleges or higher secondary schools, the principals who are democratic in their attitude and give full consideration to teachers needs, their development and care more for the happiness of others, it results into comfortable friendly organizational atmosphere and work climate, solving the teachers problem like a parental behaviour, adult advice and nurturing in nature.
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