Effect of Organizational Leadership and Training on Teachers’ Performance: The Case of Degga Woreda Public Primary Schools

Feyissa Mitiku


The aim of this study was to investigate factors influencing teachers’ motivation and their effect on performances: in the case of Degga Woreda public primary schools. Descriptive and explanatory research designs were adopted with both qualitative and quantitative research approach. The study population comprised a totaling 297 teachers from primary schools and 170 teachers were sampled for this study by using Yemane (1967). Also to identify the target respondents from total population of the study systematic random sampling techniques was used. Questionnaires, interview, and researcher observation were served as data collection instruments. The data were analyzed using descriptive (mean and standard deviation) and inferential statistics (multiple correlations and regression). The analysis was supported by the statistical software such as Statistical Package for Social Scientists 20 versions and Analysis of Moment Structures 22 versions. The key findings of doing so; organizational leadership and training and development have a positive direct effect on the performance of teachers. The study concluded that organizational leadership and training have a major positive direct effect on the performance of teachers. Finally, the study recommended that the regional education bureau, woreda education office, and head of schools will have developed a national training policy and award programs based on performance.

Keywords: Organizational Leadership, Training, Performance of Teachers

DOI: 10.7176/RHSS/10-3-01

Publication date: February 29th 2020

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