EXAMINING THE IMPACT OF SERVANT LEADERSHIP ON TEACHERS’ JOB SATISFACTION

Aneeqa Afaq, Mushtaq A Sajid, Adeel Arshad


DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.22555/pbr.v18i4.1124

Abstract


The aim of this study is to investigate the impact of servant
leadership qualities on teachers’ job satisfaction in business schools of Kotli Azad Kashmir. For this study, data were collected through adopted instruments. A sample of seventy one subjects was randomly selected from different business schools of Kotli, Azad Kashmir.  Results reveal that there is a significant and positive impact of servant leadership attitude on job satisfaction of faculty members. The results of this study can be practically employed to increase teachers’ job satisfaction by directing the efforts of educational administrators towards servant leadership behavior in their routine activities. Practical implications and future directions for research are also discussed.

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