THE STUDY OF IMPACT OF PRINCIPAL SCHOOL CONFLICT MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES AMONG JOB EFFECTIVENESS OF SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL TEACHERS
Keywords:Principal, Conflict Management, Effectiveness, Teachers
The role of school principal is significant in the achievement of school. The key responsibility of school principals are mission, vision, quality policy, academic success, establishing reputation, managing people, process, continuous improvement and making environment hospitable to learning process. In the present study attempt is made to investigate school principal conflict management strategies and its impact on job effectiveness on senior secondary school teachers. In the present study factorial research design is used. Two hypothesis and research question was framed to guide the study. Total 364 senior secondary school teachers participated in the present study. Tool used to collect data, were Senior Secondary School Teachers Job Effectiveness Questionnaire (SSTJEQ) and Principal Conflict Management Strategies (PCMSAQ). Research hypothesis was tested at 0.05 level of significance. Result of the study shows that senior secondary school teachers job effectiveness level is very high. The application of conflict strategies by school principal has positive impact on senior secondary school teachers. Recommendations are made based on the findings.
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