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EEO. 2021; 20(4): 2938-2943

Relationship between High School Headsí Managerial Behavior and Teachersí Job Performance in District Dera Ismail Khan

Assim Saeed, Dr. Muhammad Shah, Azmatullah.

The study aimed to investigate the relationship and the corresponding effect of high school headsí managerial behavior and teachersí job performance in public high schools of district DIKhan. In the light of objectives, two hypotheses were framed and tested. The survey research design was adopted for the study. The population of the study comprised of all Secondary School Teachers working in various public high schools of district DI Khan. From the entire population, 119 Secondary School teachers (74 males and 45 females) was selected randomly as sample for the study. Two different tools were used namely Principalsí Managerial Behavior Questionnaire (PMBQ) and Teachersí Job Performance Questionnaire (TJPQ), after finding validity and reliability for the purpose of data collection from the stakeholders. After collection of data analysis was done using SPSS Version 25.0 Pearson Product Moment Correlation and regression statistics were used at 0.05 level of significance. The result of the study revealed that Principalsí Managerial Behavior and Teachersí Job Performance have very strong positive correlation with each other. Principalsí Managerial Behavior is a significant predictor of Teachersí Job Performance. Based on these results, it was recommended that high school heads may adopt appropriate managerial behavior to lift teachersí high job performance.

Key words: Managerial Behavior, Leadership, Job Performance

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