Employees’ Perception of School Leaders’ Efficacy and its Impact on their Adaptive Performance
The fast-paced change in schools demands high level of adaptability. Several factors have been explored through research that affects employees’ adaptability. The purpose of this study was to explore the relationship between employees’ perception of leaders’ efficacy and its impact on their adaptive performance. A sample of 266 academic & administrative employees was randomly selected from 50 private secondary schools of Lahore Pakistan. Pearson correlation and multiple linear regression analysis were run for data analysis and significant positive relationship was found between employees’ perception of leaders’ efficacy and their adaptive performance.
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