Effect of Leadership Management and Resource Management on Teacher Satisfaction in Higher Education Institutions: An Empirical Investigation

  • Ms. Humaira Tufail PhD Scholar, Department of Education and Psychology, Kohat University of Science and Technology, Kohat
  • Dr. Faridullah Khan Assistant Professor, Department of Education and Psychology, Kohat University of Science and Technology, Kohat
  • Dr. Muhammad Naseer Ud Din Associate Professor, Department of Education and Psychology, Kohat University of Science and Technology, Kohat
Keywords: Leadership, Management, Teacher Satisfaction, Higher Education

Abstract

The study assesses the effect of leadership management and resource management practices on teacher’s job satisfaction. This study focused on the core activities of the leadership management and resource management and the characteristic which had a direct relation with the quality of the education and satisfying teachers of the university. Using multistage random sampling method, the sample data of 985 teachers was collected from public and private sector higher education institutions of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan. The researcher has designed the close end questionnaire for data collection. Statistical tool was applied to analyses the data. The descriptive statistics of the study revealed that leadership management and resource management was found to be satisfied among all components. The Pearson correlation revealed that leadership management and resource management have significant relation with faculty satisfaction in HEI.

Published
2020-06-25