The Inflence of Principals’ Leadership Styles on School Teachers’ Job Satisfaction – Study of Secondry School in Jaffna District

Abstract

The study was designed to investigate the effects of principals’ leadership styles on teachers’ job satisfaction. The design of the study was descriptive survey design. For the data collection, only the primary data collection technique was used by the researcher. Questionnaire was given to selected sample in order to get needed data. In an attempt to focus the study, one reach question was posed and two hypotheses were formulated and tested. According to the purpose of the paper, Stranded questionnaires were used. Answers to these questions were analyzed using Regression analysis and Correlation analysis. Findings of this study states that Autocratic leadership has negative impact on teachers’ job satisfaction. In addition with that Democratic leadership has positive impact on job satisfaction.

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@inproceedings{Nadarasa2014TheIO, title={The Inflence of Principals’ Leadership Styles on School Teachers’ Job Satisfaction – Study of Secondry School in Jaffna District}, author={Thusyanthini Nadarasa and Ravivathani Thuraisingam}, year={2014} }