Year:2024   Volume: 6   Issue: 2   Area:

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Muhammed MASSALHA

LEADERSHIP STYLES PREVAILING IN PRIMARY SCHOOLS IN THE TRIANGLE AREA IN THE ‎PALESTINIAN INTERIOR, AND THEIR RELATIONSHIP TO THE ORGANIZATIONAL CLIMATE FROM THE ‎TEACHERS' POINT OF VIEW

This study aimed to identify the leadership patterns prevailing among primary school ‎principals in the Triangle area in the Palestinian interior, and their relationship to the ‎organizational climate from the teachers' point of view, and the descriptive approach ‎was used, as it is more suitable for such studies. The study relied on the questionnaire ‎in data collection, a questionnaire was used to measure leadership styles (democratic ‎style, autocratic style) dictatorship and the transmitter pattern) among primary school ‎principals, and a questionnaire to measure the areas of organizational climate ‎communication and communication, working conditions, organizational and ‎administrative structure) among teachers. The study population consisted of all ‎primary school teachers in the Triangle area in the Palestinian interior, numbering ‎‎(2760) teachers, and the study sample consisted of (386) teachers. The results showed ‎that the prevailing leadership style among primary school principals, in the triangle ‎area in the Palestinian interior is the democratic pattern, and it came at a high level, ‎and the results also showed that there were no statistically significant differences due ‎to the variables of gender and experience, the results also showed that the ‎organizational climate came to a high degree, as well as The results showed a positive ‎correlation between the democratic leadership style and the organizational climate, as ‎it was found that the more the level of democratic leadership style prevails, the more ‎positive the organizational climate becomes , and the results showed a negative ‎correlation between the autocratic leadership style (dictatorship) and the ‎organizational climate‎.

Keywords: Leadership Styles, Organizational Climate, Primary Schools, Triangle Area‎.

http://dx.doi.org/10.47832/2757-5403.25.15


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