Leadership Style for Female Students in Master of Technical Education and Vocational Training in FPTV, UTHM

Amalina Razali, Fashahida Yusof


To ensure that Malaysia have a high competitiveness at international level, priority should be given in the T­­­­­echnical Education and Vocational Training (TEVT), especially in producing educators who have an effective leadership. Therefore, this research is aimed to identify the leadership style of female student in Master of Technical and Vocational Education in University Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia (UTHM), as an indicator of their readiness to enter into a career world as an educator. Selected sample consist of 35 female students in the seconds year student (final semester) of Master TEVT in UTHM. In order to implement this study, questionnaire has been used to collect data from respondent. The raw data obtained was analyzed quantitatively by SPSS (Statistical Package Fr Social Science) version 20.0. The data was analyzed using descriptive analysis and scoring. The findings show that the female students of Master TEVT have a distinctive style of leadership. Result of the analysis show that the majority of students have a Laissez Faire leadership style. The research also shows that the accountability of female students in Master TVET are at a high level of 4.05 while charisma od female students in Master TVET are at the moderate level of 3.445. In conclusion, this research was able to identify the style of leadership, accountability and charisma that female students in Master TVET have.

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