Headteachers’ Managerial Skills and Teachers` Performance at Public Secondary Schools
Keywords:Head Teachers` Managerial skills, Conceptual skills, Technical Skills Interpersonal skills, Teachers` Performance
The purpose of this research study was to examine the head teachers` managerial skills and teachers` performance at public secondary schools. The study was directed by research objectives, to identify the relationship of head teachers` Conceptual, Technical, and Interpersonal skills with teachers` performance at public secondary schools. The reviewed related literature revealed in different research studies, articles, journals, and theories that different head teachers of many institutions have variance in implication of their managerial skills, found on the basis of situations and conditions of that respective area (Giami, Baribor 2019). The managerial skills such as Conceptual, Technical and Interpersonal skills are used for getting the better outcomes of an organization(Robert L Katz, 1955).
Research Methodology; This study used descriptive survey type of study and quantitative approach to conduct this Research. This study`s population was comprised of all head teachers and teachers of public secondary schools in district Hyderabad. The method used for sampling was simple random sampling method applying Rule of Thumb by John Curry Professor of educational research (2006). Questionnaire Likert scale 5.0 was used to collect the data and analyzed with the help of SPSS 23.
Data Analysis; The Pearson Correlation Statistics was used to know the relationship between the variables.
Findings; The correlation statistics showed a positive correlation between conceptual, technical and interpersonal skills with Teachers` performance. Further conclusion and recommendations were given consequently.
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