Relationship Of Emotional Intelligence Of Secondary School Heads Of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa With Conflict Management

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Mahnaz Ahmad Ali , Dr. Muhammad Shah , Dr.Maryam Gul


The presented study aimed to examine the relationship of emotional intelligence with conflict management and decision making powers of secondary school heads. In this field Survey research design was used. A sample of 215 school heads was taken out of 815 school heads (population) through stratified sampling method. The study conducted only in government secondary schools of six (6) districts of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa including D.I.Khan, Bannu, LakkiMarwat, South Waziristan, Karak and Tank. Researcher used questionnaires to assess the emotional intelligence and conflict management. Instruments was validated through experts’ judgment whereas Cronbach’ alpha was used to assess the reliability of the instrument. The reliability of Emotional Intelligence Scale and conflict management scale was estimated .856 and .809 respectively. Pearson product correlation and independent sample t-test was used. The result of the current study reveals that emotional intelligence has positive and significant association with conflict management. Therefore, the result concluded that conflict management strategies depend upon emotional intelligence of school heads. Higher emotional intelligence positively influences the conflict regulations. School leadership is under a lot of pressure in today's competitive environment to

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