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Leadership Style and Its Contribution to Teachers‘ Job Motivation in Itang‖ Special Woreda‖ Secondary Schools,Gambella‖ Region, Ethiopia

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dc.contributor.advisor Oumer, Jeilu (PhD)
dc.contributor.author Haile, Endrias
dc.date.accessioned 2019-09-04T12:32:03Z
dc.date.available 2019-09-04T12:32:03Z
dc.date.issued 2019-05
dc.identifier.uri http://localhost:80/xmlui/handle/123456789/18987
dc.description.abstract The study was to establish the extent to which principals’ leadership styles contribute to teachers’ job motivation in “Itang” Special “Woreda” Secondary Schools, “Gambella” Region, Ethiopia. The study employed survey research design to answer the questions and achieve the research objectives. This study targeted secondary school principals and teachers. Teachers were selected by simple random sampling but school principal were selected by purposive sampling technique. The information was obtained from sample respondents through questionnaire, interview and document review. The data were analyzed using frequency, percentage, mean and tabulation. Based on the data analysis the following major findings were obtained. Majority of the respondents implied that the extent to which principals’ leadership style contributes to teachers’ job motivation through work itself is low. In addition the majority of respondents of secondary school teachers response 30 (46.2%) were” low”. Concerning the aspect of career advancement most teachers 43 motivated by the extent of staff members are satisfied with work itself, majority of teachers 38 were highly motivated by the extent of recognition can motivate. The mean score is also low. Majority of the respondents accounted for 3 implied that the extent to which principals’ leadership style contributes to teachers’ job motivation through increasing informal relationship is low. And based on the summary of the findings this study concludes that the extent to which principals’ leadership style contributes to teachers’ job motivation through work itself is in significant in “Itang” Special “Woreda” Secondary Schools, “Gambella” Region, Ethiopia. The extent to which principals’ leadership style contributes to teachers’ job motivation through reducing turnover is also insignificant. So, it is better for school principals’ to reconsider their leadership style in align with the work itself. Principals need to examine their leadership style in aspect of turnover. Key words: Job motivation, leadership style en_US
dc.language.iso en en_US
dc.publisher Addis Ababa University en_US
dc.subject Job motivation en_US
dc.subject leadership style en_US
dc.title Leadership Style and Its Contribution to Teachers‘ Job Motivation in Itang‖ Special Woreda‖ Secondary Schools,Gambella‖ Region, Ethiopia en_US
dc.type Thesis en_US


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