A STUDY OF RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN LEADERSHIP STYLES OF HEADS AND ORGANIZATIONAL CLIMATE IN COLLEGES FOR WOMEN

Hina Munir, . (2015) A STUDY OF RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN LEADERSHIP STYLES OF HEADS AND ORGANIZATIONAL CLIMATE IN COLLEGES FOR WOMEN. Doctoral thesis, University of Management and Technology Lahore.

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Abstract

The study attempts to explore the relationship between leadership styles of heads and organizational climate in colleges for women. The present study was correlational in nature. Survey method was adopted to conduct the research. For the sample selection convenient sampling technique was used. The target population of the present study comprised of all the teachers and principals in the women colleges from the province of Punjab, Pakistan. For the selection of sample, 100 colleges were selected from the Punjab province. From these colleges 1000 teachers and 100 colleges' principals were selected as sample. Data were collected with the help of three research instruments namely Leadership Style Questionnaire for teachers (for assessing leadership styles of principals as perceived by their teachers), Leadership Style Questionnaire for principals (for assessing perceptions of Principals about their own leadership style) and Organizational Climate Questionnaire (for assessing organizational climate of their colleges). Leadership style questionnaire for principals and teachers consisted of 50 items and organizational climate questionnaire was consisted of 12 dimensions. This questionnaire was consisted of 60 items. The pilot study of the instruments was conducted of 5 colleges including 50 teachers and 5 principals. After analysis of pilot testing the instruments were finalized. Hypothesis were tested by using SPSS with the help of different statistical techniques i.e. Cross tabulation, t-test, Chi square, One-way ANOVA, Repeated measure ANOVA, Post Hoc, Pearson coefficient of correlation and Multiple regression. The major findings of the study lead that there is no significance difference in the perceptions of teachers and principals about the different leadership styles practiced in their colleges and democratic leadership is the most practiced leadership style in colleges for women, and democratic leadership style also has statistically significant and positive relationship with different dimensions of organizational climate.

Item Type: Thesis (Doctoral)
Uncontrolled Keywords: RELATIONSHIP,HEADS,ORGANIZATIONAL,CLIMATE,COLLEGES,WOMEN
Subjects: L Education > L Education (General)
Depositing User: Ms Maryam Saeed
Date Deposited: 16 Oct 2017 07:27
Last Modified: 16 Oct 2017 07:27
URI: http://eprints.hec.gov.pk/id/eprint/6473

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