A conceptual framework of the concepts of frustration, work motivation & leadership behaviour
Sukhdev Mittal, Dr. Mudita Bhatnagar
Modern educational organizations have grown more complex. There is requirement for intelligent guidance and supervision which only talented and creative people can give. Need of highly skilled leadership is therefore, the psychology of the group. The leader has to provide good morale and sustain the influence which involves as attempt to affect the behaviour through communication. Leadership is generally associated with certain goals and the means to achieve the group. A good leader is not only able to command well but is able to interact well from his followers to the best of their abilities and aptitudes. Significantly, Leadership and work motivation are very essential to the continuing growth of educational systems around the world and they rank alongside professional knowledge and skills, centre competencies, educational resources as well as strategies, in genuinely determining educational success and performance. In the present paper the researcher has made an attempt to conceptualize the basic theoretical framework of the concepts of Frustration, Motivation & Leadership Behavior. The purpose of this paper is to have a proper understanding of the core concepts and its related approaches.