The role of the head teacher in motivating teachers into performance and job satisfaction.
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Head teachers‟ leadership styles are critical to the success of teachers‟ job satisfaction that might lead to an increase teacher motivation, effectiveness, efficiency, and team-work in school. This study investigated the relationship between head teachers‟ leadership styles and teachers‟ job satisfaction in three primary schools in Kaunda Square Zone. It examined the roles that Head teachers need to play in ensuring that teachers are motivated towards high performance and job satisfaction in their daily execution of duties. The study is expected to contribute to development of policy strategies and give insight to educationist and education administrators. The study recommends policy reforms action plan that influence job satisfaction and motivation of teachers.
The University of Zambia
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