Examine the Relationship between Leadership Style (Based on Likert Theory) with Job Satisfaction of Teachers in Shahed High Schools' for Girls' in Tehran in the Academic Year 2014-2015
In this study, job satisfaction of female teachers in shahed high schools' for girls', in the academic year 94 -93 Tehran's control measures and the relationship between job satisfaction with school leadership style based on leadership styles autocratic leadership style colonial Likert includes leadership autocratic benevolent, consultative and participatory leadership style leadership investigated. In this study, questionnaires were used to collect the information and the reliability of the questionnaire through Cronbach's alpha was calculated and used questionnaires include "leadership style questionnaire with reliability 0/8203", "Minnesota questionnaire validity and high reliability has been used."In this study, subjects using the "Morgan _ Takman" of the 201 teachers working in 11 shahed high schools' for girls', 133 people were witnessed. The results showed that the relationship between leadership styles and job satisfaction of teachers there. The relationship between autocratic leadership style / exploitation Likert's job satisfaction of teachers in the target population there. The relationship between authoritarian style - no exploitation Likert's job satisfaction of teachers. Positive relationship between job satisfaction of teachers Likert consultative leadership style there. Likert positive relationship between participatory leadership style and job satisfaction of teachers in the target population in the 2014-2015academic year is available.
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Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences ISSN 2039-9340(Print) ISSN 2039-2117(Online)
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