Correlation of frustration and work motivation of secondary school in relation with leadership behaviour of their heads
Sukhdev Mittal, Dr. Mudita Bhatnagar
The role of leadership in organization is the behaviour of an individual where by he/she guides people and their activities into an organized effort. The success or failure of an organization depends upon the quality of leadership. Hence, an enquiry into the leadership behaviour in various educational organizations is of great significance to determine how leader can become effective. For instance, how a school principal does should enact his role to improve the school standards, teachers’ morale and motivate the students for the overall growth of the institutions. In a school, the principal must have insight into the human and capacity to analyze the emotional forces of the students in order to prove a good leader. A research is needed to emphasize that a good educational institution means an institution with a watchful active democratic minded and effective principal. In the present paper the research therefore, has been undertaken in order to find out the effect of good leadership. So that it keeps the teachers away from frustration and motivate to their teaching profession. So that favorable factors of leadership behavior could be identified and highlighted to establish positively contributing conditions in school administration.