The Study of Relationship between Distributed Leadership and Principals’ Self-Efficacy in High Schools of Iran

Moslem Maleki Hasanvand, Hassan Reza Zeinabadi, Mostafa Azizi Shomami

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This research was conducted with purpose of studying the relationship between distributed leadership and principals’ self-efficacy in high schools of Iran. Statistical population included all principal of high-school in Tehran for academic year 2012 (418 people). A number of 200 principal were selected via cluster random sampling method using Morgan table. A researchers’ designed questionnaire was used to collect data about distributed leadership and for measuring the principals’ self-efficacy, Lee and Bertera (2007) 12-item questionnaire to measure the variables including Knowledge, Self-awareness, Critical thinking and Emotional comfort. Data was analyzed by use of central tendency measures and Regression through SPSS software. Findings are as follows: Correlation coefficient between distributed leadership and principals’ self-efficacy (R=0.343); distributed leadership and principals’ Knowledge (R=0.159); distributed leadership and principals’ Critical thinking (R=0.164); distributed leadership and principals’ Emotional comfort (R=0.342) in level 0.05, is significant. Also correlation coefficient between distributed leadership and principals’ Self-awareness (R=0.139) in level 0.05, is not significant.

Key words:     Distributed Leadership; Principals; Self-Efficacy


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5296/ijld.v3i2.3613

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