A Study Charismatic Leadership Of School Heads Regarding Humility

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Hina Batool, Dr. Malik Amer Atta, Dr. Muhammad Akram Shah, Amna Ayub


The study focused on examining the charismatic leadership of heads concerning humility, specifically in the district of Dera Ghazi Khan. The research, adopting a descriptive design, utilized a population of 1536, including female and male heads, teachers, and students from public schools. A self-administered research tool, validated through a pilot study, collected data employing a Likert-type rating system. Results indicate a significant difference between male and female private school teachers, heads, and principals regarding charismatic leadership. The analysis also revealed distinctions between males and females in public school heads, teachers, and administration. Principals, particularly at the secondary school level, were recognized as academic leaders influencing motivation and attraction to schools. The study employed data analysis techniques such as simple percentage, mean, standard deviation, t-tests, and ANOVA. Notably, while both genders demonstrated charismatic communication, females exhibited more charisma in humility, empathy, vision, respect, creativity, empowerment, honesty, care for others, emotional intelligence, and problem-solving.

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