AN INFLUENCE OF HEAD TEACHERS’ MANAGERIAL SKILLS ON TEACHERS’ PERFORMANCE AT PRIMARY SCHOOL LEVEL
The purpose of this paper is to find out what managerial skills head teachers use and how they affect the work efficacy of school teachers at primary level in district Bahawalnagar. The evaluation of a head teacher's efficacy is a procedure that involves comparing actions or behaviors to quality performance standards. The extent to which school employees have met their short and long-term educational objectives is referred to as school reputation. The purpose of the study was to ascertain the effect of head teachers' managerial abilities on the performance of primary school teachers. To investigate, a descriptive form of study and a quantitative technique were used. The study's target population was 50 public primary schools, each with 111 teachers and 50 principals. This survey included all 111 primary school teachers and 50 head teachers as participants. Data was gathered using a questionnaire technique. The Statistical Package for Social Sciences application was used to evaluate the data (SPSS). Findings of this study show that head teachers are very active in their instructional leadership duties, and that these positions have an impact on their teachers' work performance. There were a few suggestions presented.