School principal’s leadership style and teachers’ self- efficacy

Adam E Nir, Nati Kranot

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The empirical evidence that connected several aspects of the transformational leadership style and PTE led the researchers to conclude that it is in the power of transformational leaders to promote PTE. Based on the theoretical assumptions for transformational leadership, it may be argued that this leadership style is more likely to increase teachers' on-the-job challenge and support their initiatives and, in so doing, increase their job satisfaction which is a significant factor in explaining their perceived PTE.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)205-218
Number of pages14
JournalPlanning and Changing
Issue number3/4
StatePublished - 2006

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Copyright - Copyright Illinois State University 2006

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Last updated - 2017-04-26


  • Education--School Organization And Administration
  • Leadership
  • Studies
  • School principals
  • Influence
  • Learning
  • Behavior
  • Teaching methods
  • Teachers
  • Research
  • Academic achievement


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