Leadership Styles and Motivation of Teachers in Selected Rural Primary Schools in Bulamogi County, Kaliro District Uganda

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Declaration --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------i

Approval------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ii

Dedication ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ii i

Acknowledgement ------------------------------------------------------------------------------iv

Abstract------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------viii

CHAPTER ONE: INTRODUCTION

1.1. Background ........................................................................................................ 1

1.2. Statement of the problem .................................................................................. 3

1.3. Purpose of the study ........................................................................................... 3

1.4. Objectives of the study ...................................................................................... .4

1.5. Scope of the study .............................................................................................. 5

1.6. Significance of the study ................................................................................... 6

CHAPTER TWO: REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE

2.1. Introduction ....................................................................................................... 7

2.2. Theoretical Review of the study ......................................................................... 7

2.3. Review of related literature ............................................................................... 8

2.4. Autocratic leadership style ................................................................................. 8

2.5. Democratic leadership style ............................................................................. 10

2.6. Laissez faire leadership style ............................................................................ 12

CHAPTER THREE: THE METHODOLOGY

3.0. Introduction ...... ................................................................................................ 15

3.1. Research Design ............ ..................................................................................... 15

3.2. Sampling procedure ........................................................................................... 16

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3.3. Sample ................................................................................................................... 16

3.4. Research instruments ............................................................................................ 16

3.4.1 Questionnaires ....................................................................................................... 17

3.4.2 Interview schedule ................................................................................................. 17

3.5 Validity ................................................................................................................... 17

3.6 Data Analysis .......................................................................................................... 18

CHAPTER FOUR: FINDINGS

4.0. Introduction .......................................................................................................... 19

4.1. Background .......................................................................................................... 19

4.2. Description of respondents ................................................................................... 20

4.3. Influence of autocratic leadership ......................................................................... 52

4.4. Influence of laissez-faire leadership ..................................................................... 54

CHAPTER FIVE: DISCUSSION

5.0. introduction ........................................................................................................... 38

5.1. Discussion ............................................................................................................. 38

5.2. Conclusion ............................................................................................................. 44

5.3. Recommendations .................................................................................................. 45

5.4. References .............................................................................................................. 47

ABSTRACT

The study sought to investigate the relationship between leadership styles and motivation

of teachers in selected Government aided primary schools in Kaliro District. It was guided

by three objectives, namely; to find out the relationship between autocratic, democratic

and Laissez-faire leadership styles on teachers motivation in selected Rural primary

schools in Kaliro District. It was guided by a cross- sectional survey design which was

basically quantitative, with some qualitative approaches with a sampled population of 195

respondents who were purposively selected and tested using Pearson's correlation co

efficient index. The findings of the study showed an insignificant relationship between

autocratic leadership style and teachers motivation. It however gave a positive significant

relationship between democratic leadership style and teacher motivation in selected rural

primary schools. It also discovered a positive of rural primary school teachers. relationship

between Laissez-faire leadership style and teachers motivation. Conclusions were; that

autocratic leadership style negatively relates with teachers motivation. Conclusions were

that democratic and Laissez-faire leadership styles positively relate with teacher motivation

in rural primary schools. The researcher therefore concluded that for teacher motivation to

be increased in rural primary schools, government through Ministry of Education, Education

officers at district level and secondary school level should not apply autocratic leadership

styles in their administration

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APA

, K (2022). Leadership Styles and Motivation of Teachers in Selected Rural Primary Schools in Bulamogi County, Kaliro District Uganda. Afribary. Retrieved from https://afribary.com/works/leadership-styles-and-motivation-of-teachers-in-selected-rural-primary-schools-in-bulamogi-county-kaliro-district-uganda

MLA 8th

, KAGEZIJANEJOSEPHINE "Leadership Styles and Motivation of Teachers in Selected Rural Primary Schools in Bulamogi County, Kaliro District Uganda" Afribary. Afribary, 27 Aug. 2022, https://afribary.com/works/leadership-styles-and-motivation-of-teachers-in-selected-rural-primary-schools-in-bulamogi-county-kaliro-district-uganda. Accessed 20 Jun. 2024.

MLA7

, KAGEZIJANEJOSEPHINE . "Leadership Styles and Motivation of Teachers in Selected Rural Primary Schools in Bulamogi County, Kaliro District Uganda". Afribary, Afribary, 27 Aug. 2022. Web. 20 Jun. 2024. < https://afribary.com/works/leadership-styles-and-motivation-of-teachers-in-selected-rural-primary-schools-in-bulamogi-county-kaliro-district-uganda >.

Chicago

, KAGEZIJANEJOSEPHINE . "Leadership Styles and Motivation of Teachers in Selected Rural Primary Schools in Bulamogi County, Kaliro District Uganda" Afribary (2022). Accessed June 20, 2024. https://afribary.com/works/leadership-styles-and-motivation-of-teachers-in-selected-rural-primary-schools-in-bulamogi-county-kaliro-district-uganda