This study found that there are certain principal behaviors, as perceived by teachers that do impact teacher motivation. The outcomes of the hypotheses of this study indicate that teachers tend to be more highly motivated by principals that demonstrate democratic characteristics of leadership, and less motivated by principals that demonstrate authoritative characteristics of leadership. Results from the respondents of this study reinforce the belief that teachers are more motivated when they have a direction connection and involvement in decision making, and when leaders their leaders value team work.CHAPTER II REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE This chapter presents a review of literature related to the topic of this study. It begins with research that supports definition of leadership, why it is needed, and what effect it has on studentanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Relationship Between the Teacher's Perception of the Principal's Leadership Style and Personal Motivation|
|Author||:||Aletta Marie Price|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2008|